Breast Cancer Awareness Wire Ring

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Pink Ribbon Ring

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so the famous pink ribbon symbol will soon be surrounding us as we support survivors and those we have lost.

Wire Ribbon Ring

Show your support with a pretty ring that can be worn all month long.


What You Need:

How to Make it:


Place the end of your paint brush at the center and gently wrap the wire around the paint brush.



Let both sides cross a tiny bit below the brush to create the look of the breast cancer ribbon.


About 1/4 of an inch below the overlap and bend the wire at a 90 degree angle to the center of the ribbon.


Repeat with the other side.


Sand the edges of the wire so they’re dull and don’t hurt when they poke you.


Paint the ribbon with at least 2 layers of the Martha Stewart Craft Paint. Flip over and paint the other side.



Once the paint is dry (I let mine dry overnight), Place your ribbon onto the mandrel or cylinder and wrap the rest of the wire around the cylinder behind your ribbon.

Slide the ring off the cylinder and let it cure at room temperature for at least a week before wearing. To ensure no chips in the paint, 21 days is recommended.

Though Breast Cancer Awareness Month is right around the corner, this ribbon ring can be made to support any cause. To find the color for your cause, check out this list here.

DIY Pink Ribbon Ring

For more craft ideas for Breast Cancer Awareness, check out our Think Pink collection!

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About Joselyn

I'm Joselyn, the Marketing Manager for CreateForLess. Though knitting is my true crafty love, I've been experimenting with all kinds of products and techniques for as long as I can remember. I also love my dog Kirby, baking, going to the beach, and creating all kinds of ice cream flavors. I'm a Portland native who loves the rainy Northwest weather that gives me an excuse to stay inside with my coffee, a bunch of movies, and my knitting.

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