This is a great "go-to" place for your ring. This little guy holds on to your rings for you while you wash dishes, cook, clean, or whatever you do while taking your ring off...

Its a pretty simple project and requires very little wood and makes a great gift. (update) My sister-in-law got it.
This one is made with a Walnut base and an Olive-wood finial. It is buffed finished and polished.

Step 1: Gather Your Materials and Tools

I grabbed a small block of walnut, and a piece of olive-wood. I also grabbed a 1" center finder, hammer my 3" faceplate and a small block of 2X4 wood.
<p>Just got a wood lathe, think this will be my first project!</p>
(in the tune of in the end by linkin park) it seems so hard and yet so nice but in the end they aint gonna realize!
Congratulations on being a finalist!
Thank you!
You're welcome!
This looks great! I have yet to try my hand at turning, but I'd love to try this out. Nice job!
Thanks, I'm glad you liked it. If you make one, I would love to see it... <br>
Thanks Dr. Qui <br>The sooner the better, right? <br>
Oooh, that looks nice :D I like the picture of the holder with the ring on it!
Thanks, I wasn't sure which one looked best, so I've been trying different shots. I'm still learning how to do the whole photography thing. :P
Oh, they all look great :) I particularly like that one since it has the green and brown blurred background with the nice crisp image of the ring holder in front and the ring (which is beautiful) helps show off what it is (even though it is obvious what it is)!

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