Quick craft | ring holder dish DIY

Ring holder dish diy kraft&mint

There are times when I consider crafting as a form of therapy. I look forward to a little bit of quiet time while all three kids are in school, but this time is usually short-lived.

Do you have a specific time when you craft? Maybe the evenings, solely on the weekend or? I try to squeeze in crafting time during the week but “down” time is pretty limited. I keep thinking, I will decorate my bedroom when all kids are in school, or I will do this when I have more time. But as the season of “more time” approaches, I don’t see any “more time” taking place.

My three little ones are growing fast, and the physical demands of raising a child are diminishing but boy, the emotional demands are ramping up for sure!

Now back to the lovely craft I’m showing you today! I made my “rosewood bowl” ring dish using a DIY kit from a company called “For the makers.” I was immediately sold on the kit by the fact that all the projects had a blush pink color palette! fromthistothis

Do you recall a time when you made a purchase solely based on the color of the item? I’ve been crushing on blush pink for a while now, and if I could I would decorate an entire room based on this color.

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Rosewood bowl

View how to make this ring dish at “For the makers.

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Ring dish showing stamped wood beads.

These wood beads are from a project I did last year using beads, elastic fold-over and rubber stamps.

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DIY white leather bracelet and stone displayed on ring dish.

I made a few leather bracelets for Christmas gifts. View how I made these here.

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Gem stone bracelet.

The bracelet shown above was super easy to make. View more details about my gem stone bracelet here.

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Ombre bobby pins and children’s necklace with felt and beads on ring dish.

View more details for my ombre bobby pins here and children’s felt and beads necklace here.

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Stone beads displayed on ring dish.

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Tartan earrings and ring dish.

Don’t you think this blush pink color is to die for? I am in the process of making another craft with this color using acrylic paint.

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Are you inspired to make one?

Be ready to see more projects with a blush pink palette! Winter will be over soon my dear East coast readers and Easter is coming soon too.

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6 Comments

  1. 2015/02/24 / 7:05 pm

    I love how this turned out! It has such an organic quality to it, so simple & sweet. Looking forward to following your blog! (discovered you via the Seattle Bloggers Unite FB group)

    • 2015/02/24 / 7:25 pm

      Hi Jessica! I’m following you on bloglovin now :) SO excited to meet another Seattle blogger! I hope to meet in real life on the next SBU field trip. I haven’t heard when is the next one but hopefully soon ;)

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