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diy wood ring box


diy ring box | almost makes perfect

one last minute simple wedding DIY we made was this ring box. we wanted something minimal and a little masculine, and i had this plan of making this super rad intricate one — but with time permitted, i decided to keep it easy by using a premade box.

i purchased this acacia salt cellar and stuffed the inside with padding and voila! a custom little ring box that fits both of our rings and feels really safe and sturdy.

diy ring box | almost makes perfect


  • salt cellar
  • a few sponges
  • black velvet or fabric of your choice
  • scissors
  • fabric glue

diy ring box |  almost makes perfect


01 | fill your salt cellar with layered sponges cut into circles until you reach the height you want. i wanted mine close the top.

02 | once you have all your sponges ready to go, cut the top layer of sponge into three pieces (if you are only using for one ring, cut into half instead)

03 | cover the three individual pieces with your fabric, secure with fabric glue.

04 | glue down to the layer below. let dry overnight and stick your rings in!

diy ring box  | almost makes perfect

well how easy was that?

26 comments on “diy wood ring box”

  1. Love the ring box! So simple and I really like the look.

    Also, no pressure but I can’t wait to hear what you guys thought of Tulum! We’re considering it for our own honeymoon/elopement. 🙂

  2. This box is so so nice. I like the clean look and the materials. Such a cool idea… I might try something similar for my earrings! So tired of having them scattered all around my jewel box. Let’s see if I can make it work. =D

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  4. Love this! Such a cute and practical idea! I’m going to make these for my friends for the holidays. Thank you for sharing!

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