Monogram Ring Dish
You can create a custom DIY monogram ring dish for a fraction of the price than a custom ordered dish. You can either buy a new dish or use an old dish that you already have. I made the following monogrammed ring holders with dishes that I already had in the kitchen.
There are two methods to make a DIY monogram ring dish depending on whether or not you have access to a cutting machine such as a Cricut or Silhouette Cameo.
If you have access to a cutting machine:
Select any monogram design from the selection of free monograms that we offer on this site.
Create a vinyl monogram (see step by step instructions). Make sure that the cut monogram will be the right size. To check the size, put the dish on your cutting mat and count how many squares the section on which the monogram appears will take up. In Cricut design studio, make sure that the uploaded image takes up the same number of squares.
Adhere the vinyl monogram to the dish with transfer tape.
If you don’t have access to a cutting machine:
Select any monogram design and customize it with your initials.
Print the custom monogram on a transparent sticker sheet.
Adhere the sticker to the dish.