Three DIY Napkin Rings

Yomim tovim, shabbos and other special events are always coming up. Did you know how easy it is to create your own inexpensive napkin rings? The best thing is that these are easy for kids to do. Its a win-win situation, keep the kids busy and create something special for your table! Let's jump right in.






#1 Pearl Trimming Napkin Rings


These simple to make and beautiful napkin rings can adorn any tablescape.


Here's What You'll Need:

  • Dollar Tree plastic shower rings

  • Dollar Tree (or other) pearl or stone trimming

  • Glue gun

  • Glue gun sticks


Directions:

  1. Glue 2 shower rings together to create a thicker napkin ring,

  2. Carefully glue the trimming to the napkin ring.

And voila!! You've got beautiful napkin rings in no time!!



#2 Wire Wrapped Napkin Rings


What I love about these napkin rings is that they have a high end look to them. By buying simple crafting wire, you can create these stunning pieces.




Here's What You'll Need:

  • 18 gauge aluminum wire (I chose gold color)

  • A plastic tube or paper towel roll (to wrap wire around)

  • Wire cutter or good pair of scissors


Directions:

  1. Begin by taking an end of the wire and wrapping it around the tube. You will need to hold onto the end until it is wrapped a few layers and will hold itself.

  2. Continue wrapping lots of layers, until you are satisfied with the look.

  3. Leave 2-3 inches of wire sticking out, then snip the wire.

  4. Twist the remaining wire into the bundle, twisting to make sure the wire is secure.


Check out the video below.





#3 Rustic Twine Napkin Rings


Looking for a nice idea for a rustic, farmhouse look? These are super easy to make with simple dollar tree items!




Here's What You'll Need:

  • Dollar Tree Shower Rings

  • Twine

  • Glue Gun

  • Glue Gun Sticks

Directions:

  1. Place a little bit of hot glue on the shower ring, close to the opening.

  2. Take the twine and place it on the hot glue while the glue is still hot, then wrap the twine around the shower ring. Continue to wrap the twine all the way around the shower ring, adding a little glue every now and then to keep a strong hold.

  3. When you reach the other end of the shower ring, snip the string and secure the end with more hot glue.

Enjoy!



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