DIY Burlap Napkin Rings

I’ve been kind of obsessed with empty toilet paper rolls lately. There’s so many cool DIY projects you can do with them as you will be seeing over the next couple months (that was your warning). But I am in love with these burlap napkin rings that I made. These are very inexpensive to make and fairly easy! I think they would be gorgeous for a wedding, and they cost next to nothing to make!
First take your scissors and cut the toilet paper roll in half.
Take your glue gun and run a strip of glue in a zig zag motion up the roll. Place the end of your burlap square on the glue and hold till dry. Roll the toilet paper roll till you reach the other end of the burlap, glue it using the same technique you used with the other end.
Get a few pieces of raffia and tie a double knot around the center of the roll. Make sure your bow is on the opposite end of the seam. Trim raffia to desired length. Glue buttons on the middle of the knot.

Suggested materials:

  • Toilet Paper Rolls
  • Burlap Material
  • Raffia
See all materials

Top Hometalk Projects

31 Creative Ways To Fill Empty Wall Space
3 Easy Ways To Upgrade Your Pillows To A High End Look
Instantly Upgrade Your Living Space With These Amazing DIY Ideas
Copy One Of These Lovely Lattice Ideas For Your Home
These Clever Ideas Will Help You With Spring Cleaning
The Top 9 Kitchen Countertop Makeovers People Are Doing Now
15 Unconventional Ways To Use A Tomato Cage
26 Adorable Ornament Ideas to Get You REALLY Excited for Christmas
18 Stunning Backsplash Ideas You Do Not Want To Miss!
31 Update Ideas To Make Your Kitchen Look Fabulous
30 Jaw-Dropping Decorating Techniques You've Never Seen Before
30 Adorable DIY Ideas For July 4th
Quick Easter Egg Ideas That Are Just Too Cute
15 Amazing Things You Can Do With Paint Stirrers
Dollar Store Gem Backsplash
Emily

Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!

Go

Have a question about this project?

1 question
  • Jet10365892
    on Sep 9, 2016

    Do you turn the burlap to the inside of the roll?

    • Emily
      on Sep 16, 2016

      Yes, Pamela is correct, there are full instructions on my website. Just click the link. =)

Join the conversation

4 of 42 comments
Your comment...