18
Jun

ring pop rings

These are just the cutest thing ever. I knew Kirsten would love these rings as soon as I saw them. She’s such a girly girl and loves jewellery. I did most of the making of these rings, but she just adores playing with them and wearing them around. Funny story about these rings. She’s always very interested in my wedding rings and asks me about them all the time. I tell her I have rings because mommy and daddy are married, and she’ll get rings one day when she gets married. So when I gave her these rings to play with she asked me “mommy, are we married now?” I died laughing! Here’s the instructions:

What you’ll need:

ring pop rings (minus the candy)
felt flowers
decorative buttons
glue

Directions:

1. eat candy off of ring pop ring – easy and done!
2. snip little nubbin? (the thing that attaches the candy to the ring) off
3. glue felt flower to ring
4. glue decorative button to felt flower

Idea from 4 Crazy Kings

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11 thoughts on “ring pop rings

  1. Leah

    I am in love with your site! Just came across it today through a friend’s blog. Wow, what neat crafts you make and yummy treats you bake! :) Your children are beautiful – as is your photography! I look forward to keeping up with your blog and making some of those crafts and treats – beginning with the yogurt popsicles, since I have it all on hand, yay! :)

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  2. T

    First of all, I love your site. Thank you for posting.
    Secondly, How do you cut the felt? is it hand cut? or do you use the machine? I tried using Cricut to cut felt (somebody said online they could) but I can’t. :(

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  3. Jill

    Thank-you so much T. I have a terrible time trying to cut felt with scissors, so I purchased a package of pre-cut felt flowers on Etsy. They were really cheap and saved me a huge headache!

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