Monday, April 4, 2011

Scripture Rings

My sweet friend Susan asked me to make some scripture rings 
for a retreat she and two other ladies are hosting this weekend. 

 The retreat is a very special retreat- 
only for those mothers who have lost children
 and I was honored to do something to help.

 Although a tad time consuming, 
these are super easy to make and a great way to
share scriptures with someone.  

Here's how to make them:

1. Print out the scriptures
 {see printables below or make your own using a business card template}
and cut them out. 

2. Cut out scrapbook paper into rectangles a
 tiny bit larger than your scripture cards.
I used a different kind of paper for each verse.
{I used a paper cutter and it was much faster!}

3. Glue the scripture cards on top of the scrapbook rectangles. 

4. Take the string off of the tags
{I used these tags}
and glue the scrapbook rectangle in the center of the tag. 

5. Take a book ring and put thru the hole in a set of tags. 

6. Grab a few pieces of ribbon and tie to the ring
and you are done. 

These are awesome to put on your desk,
in your purse or to give as a gift!

You can download the verses HERE


  1. what a nice gift and a great way to have the scripture you want to memorize right on hand. love it!

  2. What a great and cute way to memorize scripture. Thanks for sharing at Beyond The Picket Fence.

  3. A beautiful and thoughtful gift. Thank you for sharing this idea and the instructions too.

  4. THank you so much for sharing all your awesome printables...I found you through pintrest...and I just love all your stuff. I just stopped being a teacher becasue I am pregnant and adopting.....but you have tons of cute stuff for the classroom and for the home. I also LOVe the scripture tags. I lost a baby last year at 32 weeks...and I have recently had two friends lose babies that I would love to make these for...
    Thanks so much!

  5. Oh Brooke- your comment made my day! Blessings to you!

  6. I know this was posted a few years ago, but do you happen to know the measurements of the manila tags that you used for this project? Thank you, Jessica