DIY Mod Podge Statement Rings

DIY Mod Podge Statement Ring made with Mod Podge Dimensional Magic

I love to wear big earrings, and I really love to wear big rings! Especially, big colorful rings. So last week, I made these statement rings using Mod Podge, Mod Podge Podgeable Acrylic Shapes and Mod Podge Dimensional Magic. Seriously, these were so easy and fun. You can find the new Mod Podge Podgeable line that I used to make these rings at Michaels (yippee!), and you can visit Plaid to find out even more.

I was completely inspired by the biggest box of Mod Podge supplies ever, sent to me by Plaid. I am crazy about the retro look of Mod Podge, and the colorful packaging. Some of my favorites are the washable Mod Podge for Kids, the Antique Matte Mod Podge and the glitter Dimensional Magic. I knew right away I wanted to use the Dimensional Magic and some of the Podgeable Shapes to make rings inspired by the classic Mod Podge colors. 

Mod Podge Supplies

Supplies needed:

Podgeable Acrylic Shapes

Mod Podge – in gloss finish

Mod Podge Dimensional Magic – I used both silver and gold glitter.

Podgeable Shape Templates

Colored Cardstock

Sharp Scissors

Nail File – fine 

Paint Brush


E-6000 Glue

Adjustable Ring Blanks – I purchased mine on Etsy. 

Mod Podge Supplies

Step 1: Find the template that matches your acrylic shape and lightly trace with pencil.

Step 2: Carefully cut out shape just inside of the pencil line.

Step 3: Brush acrylic shape and card stock with thin layer of Mod Podge; place card stock onto acrylic shape; then glue sides together.

Step 4: Brush thin layer of Mod Podge over top of card stock. Let dry for 20-30 minutes. Once the Mod Podge is dry, if you have any paper that is uneven or hanging off the acrylic shape, you can use the nail file to lightly smooth the edges. 

DIY Mod Podge Statement Ring made with Mod Podge Dimensional Magic

Step 5: Gently squeeze a layer of dimensional magic all over the top of the card stock. You will be surprised how easy it is to work with! 

The Dimensional Magic will be cloudy when wet, then will dry clear. This stuff is really, really cool. It dries so smooth and glossy!

Step 6: Once the Dimensional Magic is completely dry – I let mine sit over night – you can use the E-6000 to glue the acrylic shape to the ring blank. 

DIY Mod Podge Statement Ring made with Mod Podge Dimensional Magic

Now you have your own DIY fun and funky statement rings, made with Mod Podge! Let me model them for you! 

DIY Mod Podge Statement Ring made with Mod Podge Dimensional Magic

I only used a few of the pieces from my Podgeable Acrylic Shape pack, so I’m excited for my nieces to come over and make some necklaces and who knows what else from the rest! I know they are going to go crazy over these!

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  1. These are SO cool Melissa!! The yellow and blue ones are my favorites :) Can I have one?? haha! What is in the blue one that makes it look like little beads inside? I love that! Awesome use of Mod Podge. I think I am going to make some of these with my leftover shapes too!

  2. Love these. You’re a girl after my own heart loving big earrings and rings. Defintely need to try this w/ some of my podgeables. Great job!

  3. I know a few people that would love those rings! Very crafty and talented!

  4. Oh my gosh, this is so simple, but the impact is so big! I love this!

  5. Super cute!!

  6. They’re beautiful!!! Love the bold colors!

  7. What a fun idea. Those rings are so awesome and adorable!!


  8. I never thought to make rings with the shapes that don’t have a hole. Great idea.

  9. I am in love with the blue ring! Somewhere in this mess I think I have some adjustable rings.. Thanks for the inspiration

    Kayleigh x

  10. I adore these big pretty glittery rings! I want the gold one!

  11. wow, very cool! and to think it’s just paper and modge podge. :)

  12. LOVE these rings!!!

  13. Gorgeous Melissa – I love these so much. I can’t wait to feature!


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