DIY Cat Ring Dish



Here is another fun and super easy craft- DIY Cat Ring Dish. If you can color and glue…you can do this!


Not a fan of cats?….you could just as easily make a dog ring dish or a dinosaur ring dish! Just keep in mind you will need a plastic figure that has a long, thin and upright tail or neck so you will be able to stack rings onto it. (i.e. cat or dog tail or brontosaurs neck)


What You Need:

Plastic Cat or Other Plastic Figure (I used these)

Small White Dish (like these) I found these at Walmart.

Medium & Fine Tip Gold or Silver Paint Marker (I used this Medium Point Pen) I have used this one for many projects. Love it!

I found my fine tip marker in the Target Dollar Spot (You might try these)



Step One

Paint the Cat. I did two coats. Allow to dry.


Step Two

Paint the dish. I chose to do paw prints in the center and trim the edges in gold.  Allow to dry.


Step Three

Glue the cat’s feet to the dish. Allow to dry.

There you have it! I told you it was EASY!  These DIY ring dishes would make a great gift or be a fun girls’ party project.


You may also want to check out my Make Your Own Rings Tutorial.

Ohh, and if you are a Walking Dead fan, be sure to check out my DIY Zombie Ring Dish post.

If you like this DIY Ring Dish tutorial, be sure to follow Living Chic on the Cheap on Pinterest!

….and don’t forget to take along this week’s craft coupons if you will need supplies for this project.


This post is for entertainment purposes only. Remember, this DIY project should be done by an adult. Use caution when handling hot materials. Keep out of reach of small children and animals.

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  1. says

    Awww, I absolutely LOVE this! I just adopted a gray Tabby kitten and this would be the perfect time to make a silver cat ring dish. Thank you for sharing! 🙂

    • says

      Thanks Michelle. I think this would be so cute in silver! Ah, I have a special place in my heart for gray tabby cats. I had a gray tabby when I was a kid…well he lived until I was 26. He was a character! -Jessica

  2. says

    This is a great idea! I have one daughter who loves Paris and one who loves peacocks. I am going to try to find a small figure of each and see if it would work for rings. Thanks for the inspiration!

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