Monday, November 12, 2012

CRAFT: Harvest Napkin Rings

I'm very fortunate this year that I've been excused from hosting Thanksgiving at my house.  My wonderful mother gets to do the honors,so I promised to help embellish table.  I came up with these easy, but adorable napkin rings.

What you'll need:
pages of an old book
glue gun and glue
a tiny stamp (i just cut mine out of rubber to make a triangle)
a paint stamp pad
fake maple leaves
First:  Fold your book page over and over until you have a long skinny rectangle.
Second:  Glue the last fold down to keep the rectangle in place.
Third:  Roll into a ring shape however wide you want it to be and glue down.
Fourth:  Glue your leaf to the ring.
Fifth:  Get your little geometric stamp and paint pad.. stamp a little pattern around the ring.

AND THAT IS IT!  So easy!

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This project also linked up to DIY Show Off


  1. I really like this idea. I am big into using things we already have and this is perfect. It's something the kids could help with too. Found you from the link up. Now a new follower.

  2. Very cute! I love any project that uses old book pages :). Thanks for sharing!

  3. I love this! I'm am going to have to make some of these. They are too cool! I love the book page idea. It never crossed my mind to use book pages for napkin rings. I've always used toilet paper rolls lol. I would love for you to stop by Whimsically Homemade and link up this project at Mixer Monday!

  4. Great idea - I even have old book pages I can do this with! I'm visiting your from Sumo's Sweet Stuff Linky Party. I am your newest follower on GFC and would love if you could come visit me too at Have a great weekend!

  5. great idea......and I have those napkins ;)

    thanks for linking up! I featured your post in my wrap up

    have a great rest of the weekend, and Happy Thanksgiving.

  6. Too cute. Makes me want to rush out and get some inexpensive erasers! :)


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