Diamond Ring Jello Shots!

OMG! Diamond ring jello shots?? (click through for tutorial) Would you like a jello shot? Sure. How about one served as a diamond ring?? YES. PLEASE. There’s plenty of fun ways to present and prepare jello shots, but I have to say that this method is probably one of my favorites! It’s perfect for a bachelorette, birthday, or girls’ night out party, and takes only a tiny bit more effort than making a standard jello shot in a regular plastic cup.

OMG! Diamond ring jello shots?? (click through for tutorial) Diamond Ring Jello Shots (makes up to 48 shots)

plastic ring shot glasses
box of 3 oz. jello (I used pineapple and watermelon)
1 cup rum or vodka
1 cup boiling water
sugar crystals or sprinkles (optional)
package of dry beans or rice to hold ring molds

OMG! Diamond ring jello shots?? (click through for tutorial) Boil your water and add it to your package of dry jello mix. Stir two minutes until dissolved. Add your rum or vodka and stir.

OMG! Diamond ring jello shots?? (click through for tutorial) Transfer your liquid into a container with a small spout. Fill a container about 1″ deep with either dry beans or rice and stick your ring molds into the mix. The beans help keep the molds upright and soak up any jello that spills out as you pour. If you want the shots to come out easier when guests go to eat them, lightly spray or coat the molds with a cooking spray or olive oil. Fill each mold almost to the top with your jello mix and carefully place it in the fridge for a few hours until set.

OMG! Diamond ring jello shots?? (click through for tutorial) Once the molds are set, you can top the rings with a colored sugar or sprinkle topping right before serving so there’s a little surprise when guests open the top of the molds.

OMG! Diamond ring jello shots?? (click through for tutorial) OMG! Diamond ring jello shots?? (click through for tutorial) Aren’t they just too cute? And like I said, they are really not much more work than making regular jello shots either. They are on the smaller side, so you may want to make more than one per guest, and then they can also bling out their fingers with several shots at once. Of course you can fill them with whatever flavor you want, but I think the bright colors look the most “ring popish”, which is a fun nod for those who grew up on that candy (watermelon flavor was my Ring Pop jam). Hope you can include this gem of an idea at a gathering sometime soon! xo. Laura

P.S. Check out all our other jello shots here!

Credits // Author and Photography: Laura Gummerman. Photos edited with A Beautiful Mess actions

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  • I love this! Planning my sister’s bachelorette party and these would be perfect!

    Where can I find these molds?

  • Such a fun idea!!! Love it 🙂
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  • This is so so cool, I bet you can have loads of fun with those, and the diamond shape makes them look so pretty!
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  • I love this idea! It’s so cute! I’m really excited about making these!

    Laura
    http://laurelandfern.com/

  • This is actually my favorite post of yours and I’m making these tonight <333
    xx
    Ella
    http://www.thirteenoctobers.com

  • How fun is this!! I have to try it. You girls always have the most adorable ideas 🙂

    PD. You know I have been following the blog from 5 or 6 years and I have never dared to write a comment?

  • This is such a fun idea! I really love these diamond ring jello shots!

    -Helen
    http://www.sweethelengrace.com

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  • my birthday is coming up next month and this recipe is perfect!!

    thanks for sharing =o)

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  • It would be so fun to make a kid version of these for a birthday party!

    Paige
    http://thehappyflammily.com

  • If you use oil or a bit of cooking spray you should be able to kind of suck them out of the containers, or you could serve them with the tiny ice cream spoons if you didn’t want to do that 🙂

    Laura

  • Ahhhh I love it! My sister’s bachelorette party is on Saturday and I just rush-ordered these rings on Amazon. GOTTA HAVE IT!

  • These are absolutely adorable! I can see them working for kids or adults! (Well, minus the vodka for the kids!)

  • Nail color nail color! Please share!!!!!

    Also these are super awesome and I’m already scheming when I can have a party and make these.

  • Oh my goodness these are absolutely adorable! My bachelorette party is in June, I think I’m going to need to show these to my best friend who is planning it 🙂

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