I saw a bow at church that inspired this ring. I figured it wouldn’t be too hard to recreate, and it turned out fun! And since I had scraps of tulle and ring blanks, it was free! Talk about a statement ring! Ready to make one?
You’ll need some tulle in color of choice, felt in matching color, and a ring blank. You also need a hot glue gun and scissors. Cut a bunch of circles out of the tulle.
It’s easiest/fastest if you fold it and get a bunch of layers to cut 5-7 out at a time.
I don’t know how many I cut, but maybe 20-30. Then, cut out the felt in a circle that fits on your ring blank.
Your circles do not have to be perfect!
Fold up your circles and glue it to the felt.
I did it folded in quarters and just glued it to the middle of the felt circle.
Be really careful, it’s super easy to burn yourself on the glue since tulle has so many holes. Keep layering it until you have a nice, full pouf.
Glue your felt to the ring blank.
It probably looks something like this now.
A little crazy and uneven.
So, take your scissors and cut it to a nice round shape.
And your pouf ring is finished!
I wish ring blanks came in smaller sizes, but I just wear them on my index fingers so they kind of fit. What do you think? By the way, there’s some super cute ring blanks over at The Plaid Barn right now!!