spoon ring printable

12/10/12 Update: To see video snippets of the tutorial, click here

Remember the spoon ring tutorial from way back when?  Well, it’s back.  I was contacted by an editor of a magazine asking me to submit the spoon ring/tutorial for their magazine (keep your fingers crossed that it gets chosen!!).  So, I reworked and simplified the tutorial a bit, and thought I’d share the updates (and a printable of the tutorial!) with you all.

To download the printable, click here.
To view the full directions, click here.
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12 Responses to spoon ring printable

  1. Hi Kirsten!
    I use to have a spoon ring and loved it! I think I’ll give this a try…today! I always get stumped at the bending part of the process. I’ll watch the tutorial first! Have you ever made the spoon bracelets?
    Happy Spring!

  2. Manuki says:

    Tank you so much for this tutorial!! great idea! =)

  3. This is great! I love an excuse to purchase a new tool, and a little hacksaw is just what I want. I stopped wearing rings years ago, but this could certainly bring me back around! Thanks!

  4. Hey! Thanks so much for this! I am getting ready to start making some things to help me raise money to move to Australia! This was one of the things I really wanted to do! I’ll let you know how it works out!

  5. Very good idea l love

  6. Very good idea l love

  7. Very good idea l love

  8. Very good idea l love

  9. Carol Eaton says:

    I buy and sell vintage jewelry and come across these rings from time to time. I sell them as soon as I get them. Now I can make my own! I was thinking of offering clients handmade rings from family silver that they don’t often use. I have 3 sets of sterling that I NEVER use. If you’re using a spoon to make a ring don’t let the spoon part go to waste. It can be hammered flat, decorated and used as a pendant or whatever you can dream up.

  10. ashley says:

    Metal or wooden dowel?

  11. Weijing says:


    Quick question…what kind of saw is pictured above? Thanks!

  12. Catherine says:

    Love this I should try to make one easy instructions.
    Thank-you for sharing.


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