homemade ginger: Repurposing Day 11: T-Shirt Flower Ring

Repurposing Day 11: T-Shirt Flower Ring

Friday, November 11, 2011

I'm excited about today's repurposing project! I saw these necklaces on Pinterest and decided to do something simliar with an old t-shirt

These are the supplies you will need:

Hot glue gun
1 circle piece of felt
A bunch of circles cut from a t-shirt (about the same size as the felt)
A piece of the hem of the shirt

Fold a t-shirt circle over the toothpick and add a drop of glue

Press it down on the felt circle

Keep adding circles over and over again, making them very close together.

When you can't squeeze any more in, it won't look pretty.  So, now you will take the scissors and give it a "haircut" 

Much better!

Make a loop to the desired size with the hem section and hot glue it.

Glue on the flower and you are done!

Such a quick little project with cute results. You could also make earrings, necklaces, add one to a sweater...the possibilites are endless!

It would make a super frugal gift as well!

Just make sure you take it off before washing your hands. No one wants to wear a soggy ring!

As promised, I've created a special page just for all of my 30 Days of Repurposing tutorials! You will also see a tab up in the menu bar.  Check it out!

linking up with these parties


  1. Hi Megan-this is so cute! I just wanted to tell you that I have loved every one of your repurposing projects--I try to use repurposing in lots of my projects, too.! You are so talented at sewing and refashioning-something I want to learn! Thanks for the great tutorials and pictures!

  2. I'm so glad I have you to steal ideas from! So creative!

  3. This is so awesome! I love how perfect it looks on your finger! Thanks for the tutorial!

  4. Your blog is just my style! I love your pojects (and I'm also big into repurposing.) I'm a new follower!


  5. Hi, Megan

    I just love what you did. Super cute and fun! Thank you for sharing. I found your blog from my repurposed life link party.


  6. This is lovely, so cute! I have so many old t-shirts I could use for this, Oh the possibilities are endless! Thanks for sharing this tute :)

  7. A very cute ring. Love the green color.

  8. Way cute!

    I would love for you to share it on my link party... I hope to see you there!


  9. omg omg I luv this cause u don't have to find jewelry finding, guess what going into my fav on pinterest.

    Would luv for my readers to see this awesome idea, will you please join our weekly party at
    have a great crafting weekend!

  10. Yeah, um, I'm going to make one of these.

  11. I love this idea! I have been unsuccessfully looking for some plain metal ring bases to make my own, but your solution is genius! Thanks for sharing.

    1. You can find them at Hobby Lobby. They are called ring blanks. They normally have them half off. If they are not on sale you can usually print a 40% off coupon from their site. Although this idea is far cooler!

  12. Thank you for the great tutorial. I have been wanting to try one of these for awhile. I would love if you would share with Blog Stalking Thursday Link Party. http://thecraftyblogstalker.blogspot.com/2011/11/blog-stalking-thursday-16.html

  13. Oh my goodness...genius! I absolutely love this idea. Great tutorial! Id love for you to link up to my fashion party called DIY Diva Thursdays. We party every Th-M :)


  14. Totally cool! Love how you made the circle part out of tshirt too!
    Thanks again for partying with us at Show & Share!

  15. Love it!!! My Crafternoon girls are coming over next weekend to make the scarves out of tshirts....this is an awesome way to use up scraps from the project!!

    ~ Just Jen

  16. Cute (and what color is your polish?? :)

  17. awesome! great gifts for girls w/o too much expense! took me only 15 minutes to do. most of it just cutting circles.

    anybody use a die cutter for their fabric circles?

  18. Love it! I made a scarf necklace out of a t-shirt and this would be perfect to make out of the scraps. How big is your felt circle and about how many circles did you cut?

  19. I love it! It's a great idea.

    Thanks for share!!


  20. I've tried to do my own version of you ring and this is the result whit a link to your blog:

    Thanks again!



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