Who needs a fun DIY ring dish? I probably have ten in my house but I find uses for them everywhere. I love using one as a catch-all dish by the door. I have to have them in the kitchen and bathrooms when I take my jewelry off to go wash m hands, and I also keep one on my bedside table for removing my rings before I go to bed. You would be surprised at how much you can actually use them. Another great idea is keeping one on top of the dryer. You could put the nick-nacks you find in there while you’re checking the pockets of pants before you do laundry. You could always use more little dishes, and the one we’re showing you how to make today are DIY Marble Trinket Dishes. You will love how these turned out and how easy they were to make!
- Paper Mache Box Lids
- Multi-Purpose Paint
- Gold Paint
- Paint Brush
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- Pick out your paper mache lids that you’d like to make into ring dishes. We actually bought the actual paper mache boxes and used them for another project so we had some of these small lids laying around.
2. Choose your colors of paint and simply squirt them into the bottom of the dish. Don’t worry if it’s not perfect because you can add more paint later.
3. Shake the dish around to mix the paint and cover the dish. This is when you can add more paint on spots that need it then once you’re satisfied allow it to dry overnight.
4. Add gold trim on the sides and edges of the trinket dish once its dry.
I love how this project turned out. You have a ton of freedom with the colors you can choose and the design you make. The more we worked with it and added paint the better it looked, so just be patient. I love projects like these because you’re using things in your craft room that you may otherwise toss out. I’m so glad I didn’t throw these paper mache lids away. I hope you all enjoyed this project.