Here’s another easy DIY in my Sweet & Simple Projects Series and this one’s is easy on the pocket! Here’s a pretty napkin ring that would be just the thing for your Thanksgiving table or change the ribbon and it will be perfect for Christmas or any occasion!
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A napkin ring is really more than just a way to hold your napkin, it’s also a decorative element on your dining room table. Here is an easy to make holiday napkin ring that mixes rustic with elegant!
Easy DIY Holiday Napkin Ring:
Gold spray paint
1. Begin by laying some fresh leaves on newspaper. Apply a few coats of gold spray paint (or craft paint if it’s too cold to spray paint in your area). Allow to dry thoroughly.
2. In the meantime, roll a length of burlap (6-7 inches will do) and secure with a length of thin ribbon. I used thin orange ribbon and secured it in place with a bow.
3. Once the leaf is dry, tuck one into each arrangement. I didn’t use glue; I simply slid the leaf under the orange ribbon.
Your frugal DIY napkin ring can now be used. Simply roll up your napkin and slide it into the ring.
The elegance of gold against the rustic burlap is really stunning!
You can even use these as place cards. Just write your guests name in black or white on the leaf. Then it’s a napkin ring and place card in one!
This is a great way to dress up your fall table while being frugal and functional at the same time!
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