Valentine’s Day Ring Craft

Ohhh-La-La! This Valentine’s Day Ring Craft really brings the bling! This big and adorable diamond-looking ring is made of plastic and filled with heart-shaped chocolates. The best part is, the dollar store has almost all the supplies you will need for this simple craft and DIY Valentine’s gift! 

This Valentine's Day Ring Craft really brings the bling! This big and adorable diamond-looking ring is made of plastic and filled with heart-shaped chocolates.

Valentine’s Day Ring Craft

Plus, I have a video tutorial to show you the step-by-step instructions. Be sure to save this tutorial to you favorite social media, like Facebook, Pinterest, or Instagram. If you love Valentine’s crafts or recipes as much as we do, be sure to check out all of our Valentine’s Day projects here.

This Valentine's Day Ring Craft really brings the bling! This big and adorable diamond-looking ring is made of plastic and filled with heart-shaped chocolates.

Supplies

  • Plastic shower curtain rings

  • Miniature square bowls

  • Hot glue

  • Chocolate hearts

  • Metallic silver spray paint

Supplies

Instructions

Begin by spray painting the shower curtain rings with metallic silver spray paint. This process takes the most time because this will require a little bit of drying time. Plus, you will need to flip the shower curtain rings over to spray and cover both sides.

It would be fun to paint some rings with metallic gold too! While the shower curtain rings are drying, it’s time to start assembling the diamonds! The tiny little bowls are square, making the resemble a princess cut haha!

Small plastic bowls filled with heart shaped chocolates

 Other than heart shape chocolate inside the rings, you can also fill the ring with any candy you prefer. Conversation hearts, Hershey’s kisses, or M&Ms would be so cute! Next, add a second bowl on top and secure it shut with a tiny bit of hot glue or clear tape.

The hot glue allows the top of the ring to open very easily, making the chocolate simple to get to! The tape would be a little more secure, so it all depends on how sturdy you need the rings to be.

Glue shower curtain ring onto plastic bowls

Since I wanted the chocolate hearts to show upright, I flipped the plastic boxes upside down and hot glued the shower curtain rings to the bottom side. The hot glue is quick and easy to use, but it’s also more delicate on plastic, so you might consider using stronger glue if you need the rings to be sturdier.

This Valentine's Day Ring Craft really brings the bling! This big and adorable diamond-looking ring is made of plastic and filled with heart-shaped chocolates.

How adorable are these big diamond Valentine’s rings? I just love them! Easy crafts are also my favorite. These would be great for kids to make for their mom, as well as classmates, friends, students, teachers, or co-workers! I can promise that nobody else will have this Valentine, making it even more special. Happy crafting!

This Valentine's Day Ring Craft really brings the bling! This big and adorable diamond-looking ring is made of plastic and filled with heart-shaped chocolates.

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This Valentine's Day Ring Craft really brings the bling! This big and adorable diamond-looking ring is made of plastic and filled with heart-shaped chocolates.

Valentine's Day Ring Craft

This Valentine's Day Ring Craft really brings the bling! This big and adorable diamond-looking ring is made of plastic and filled with heart-shaped chocolates. I got all of the supplies, other than the spray paint, from the dollar store.

Supplies

  • Plastic shower curtain rings
  • Miniature square bowls
  • Hot glue, or stronger glue if desired
  • Chocolate hearts, or candy of choice
  • Metallic silver spray paint

Instructions
 

  • Spray paint the shower curtain rings and all them to dry
  • Place candy in one bowl
  • Glue a second bowl on top. Just a tiny dab in a couple of corners will work and allow the ring to pop open easily. Clear tape will work well too!
  • Glue the painted shower curtain rods to the plastic boxes
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