button rings

My daughter is a real girly girl and really loves her jewellery. I’m always trying to think of new ways to make her some too. When I was at Walmart a couple weeks ago, I picked up a HUGE bag of buttons for a couple dollars. I love buttons, I’m kinda obsessed. Kirsten helped me pick out some of the cuter ones and I decided to make her some play rings with them. She was not disappointed. She’ll play with these for hours. Love this girl. Here’s how I made them – they really couldn’t be any easier:

What you’ll need:

child sized metal rings (adjustable) – I bought mine on Etsy
glue gun


1. using a hot glue gun, glue buttons onto ring base. Done!

They could be toe rings too!

P.S. – I’m way behind on responding to comments and I apologize. I had sick kiddos this past weekend and mama was exhausted. I promise to get to them this week. I’m off to work now though. Have a great day everyone!

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33 thoughts on “button rings

  1. Jill

    Thank-you ladies! These would make a wonderful party favor. Great idea.

    Abby – on Etsy search adjustable child rings. When the search comes up make sure you click on supplies on the left hand side. Here you’ll find supplies to make the crafts, instead of the crafts already premade ;-) I buy so many supplies on Etsy. Let me know if you need more help!

  2. Rachelle

    adorable! These rings are cute, but your daughter is the one who sells it. :) I love those buttons too…now I need to make a trip to Walmart. hehe. Oh and I love Kirtsen’s button shirt too.

  3. Gema M.

    Haven’t read all the comments yet, but wanted to let you know that you can buy the rings that are not made into anything at Joanns in the jewelry making section. NOt sure how much they are, but I have seen them there.

    1. Jill Post author

      They do have to be careful while playing with them. My daughter really just wore them as rings so they lasted awhile. If they play with them, they might fall apart more easily. If that’s the case, you might want to use a stronger glue. I hope that helps!


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