DIY Gifts · gift boxes · Small Gift Boxes

Ring Gift Box

Hi everyone, today I shared a tutorial making these very cute Ring Gift Boxes.

Ring Gift Boxes

I was requested to make these last year and then again recently.

The actual box that holds the ring measures 1.1/2 x 1.1/2 and can be used for earrings, a small necklace, and if you take out the foam ring holder you have more room for other small gifts.

Ring Box

I used the gorgeous V&A 2 collection from Trimcraft and fun foam from The Range UK.

Ring Box

This paper pack is available from Amazon.

Victoria & Albert Paper Pack

For the ribbon, flat back pearls, heart die, and stickers I used please click on the links below.

Shop the Stickers.

Victoria & Albert Sentiment Stickers

Shop the Ribbon.

Victoria & Albert Ribbon

Shop the Adhesive Pearls.

Victoria & Albert Adhesive Pearls

Shop the Die & Stamp set.

V&A Stamp & Die set.

Ring Boxes

To make these you will need…

1 piece of 6.1/2 x 6.1/2 coloured cardstock for your box.

Score along one side at 1″, 2.1/2, 4″ & 5.1/2

Score along another side at 1″, 2.1/2, 4″ & 5.1/2

1 piece of 2″ x 8.1/4 coloured cardstock for your case.

3 pieces of 1.7/8 x 1.1/2 white card to mat the back, top and inside of the case.

3 pieces of 1.3/8 x 1.3/4 patterned paper to layer on top of the mats.

3 pieces of 1.3/8 x 1.3/8 white card to mat the 3 sides of the box.

3 pieces of 1.1/4 x 1.1/4 pattern paper to layer on top of the mats

12 pieces of 1.1/2 x 1.1/2 squares of fun foam for your ring holder.

Ribbon to fasten your box.

Sentiments and embellishments to decorate your box.

Please check out my full tutorial below to see how I made them.

These can be decorated in any theme you like, I can imagine them decorated in Christmas paper and sat on the Christmas tree!

Ring Box

They are so cute and make a nice keepsake box as well.

Ring Box

As always thank you for popping by.

Happy crafting.

Sam

xoxo

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