How to Make a Lovely DIY Engagement Ring Holder Dish

Are you sporting a new piece of bling on your finger? If so, congrats! However, that beautiful piece of jewelry needs a resting spot worthy of its meaning. Our engagement ring holder dish is high impact, yet oh so easy to make. It’s a lovely jewelry dish for your dresser or wedding photos.

How to Make a Lovely DIY Engagement Ring Holder Dish

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What is a jewelry dish?

Basically, an engagement ring dish holder is meant to keep your ring safe when you aren’t wearing it. Otherwise known as a trinket dish or engagement ring holder, they can be both functional and beautiful.

Place a DIY ring holder near your sink—kitchen and bathroom—so you can wash hands and do dishes freely. You could also make a beautiful custom jewelry dish for bridesmaids’ gifts. In fact, these little cuties are SO easy to make that you’ll be crafting a lot.

Your mom, grandmother, and even the guys in your life could use a wedding ring holder dish. It’s a fun craft to make, so let’s get started! P.S. It’s made with polymer clay, so it’s a lot easier than it looks.

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Engagement Ring Dish Holder

How to Make an Engagement Ring Dish Holder

Supplies for a Dish Ring Holder

Supplies to Make a Custom Jewelry DishSupplies to Make a Custom Jewelry Dish

Instructions on Making a Mock Vintage Ring Holder Dish

  • Gather all of your supplies.
  • Open your clay, and use 2-3 bars of clay depending on the size of your jewelry dish.
  • Use your hands to roll the clay into a ball.
  • Flatten the ball with your hands, and press your clay to be 1/4″ thick. Aim for making a circular shape that is a little larger than your mason jar lid.
  • Use the jar lid to cut your clay into a perfect circle.

Polymer Clay Trinket Dish DIY

  • Take your vintage glass plate, and use it to press your circular clay flat.
  • Use pressure from your hands to make sure that the pattern transfers to the entire surface of the clay.
  • Carefully lift up the glass, and gently pull the clay away from it. If it breaks, just roll it back into a ball and start over!
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DIY Vintage Ring Holder Dish from Polymer Clay

  • Lay your pressed circle in the smallest circle of the mason jar lid.
  • Bend the clay into a natural bowl shape trying to distribute the curves in a way that is pleasing to you.
  • Place the jar lid containing the clay onto a baking sheet. The lid will help the clay hold the bowl shape as it bakes.

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  • Bake according to the Sculpey instructions on the package.
  • Do not overbake!
  • Allow the trinket dish to cool.
  • Once the jewelry dish is cool, dip your dry paintbrush into the gold paint.
  • Brush some of the paint off onto a scrap surface so that there isn’t much on the brush.
  • Dry brush your ring bowl, replenishing with paint as needed.
  • Allow to dry, and enjoy your lovely engagement ring holder dish!

Wedding Ring Holder Dish Sculpey Clay Polymer DIY

Results of our Polymer Clay DIY Trinket Dish

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