DIY| 4TH OF JULY TABLESCAPE RING/CHARGER

$10
45 Minutes
Easy

I wanted so badly to create a tablescape for fourth of july but six chargers was going to cost me about 170.00. So I figured I made my own. the shower ring can be found at walmart 0.92 ... the ribbon at michaels 40% off... free cardboard...trim 1.50. My entire able cost under 50.00
1st you want to pre measure the ribbon and cut it to size to fit the shower ring
2nd found an old box and take measurements of the plate, one you have you want to start applying the ribbon.
this project was easy but definitely time consuming. The end result was worth it though.
some of the items can be found at the dollar tree which would lower the cost price down
1st you want to pre measure the ribbon and cut it to size to fit the shower ring
curtain ring... 92 cents from Walmart
wrap red/white/ & blue ribbon
finish ring
all done!
working
final look

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3 questions
  • Michelle Perram
    on Jun 29, 2017

    The napkin rings are adorable, but I think I missed the instructions about making chargers. Am I wrong?
  • Nona Walker
    on Jun 29, 2017

    Sorry, I didn't get the instructions for the plate chargers. Are they in another post or webpage?
    Thank you.
    • Geneva Craven Schult
      on Jun 30, 2017

      You can see the charger in the last picture above - it has tan ribbon around the edges that was hot-glued to a piece of cardboard, which is hidden by the plate. It starts at 3:40 in the video

  • Lori Dunahee
    on Jun 29, 2017

    I'm impressed...I wouldn't be able to do anything with nails that long.
    • Danielle Whatsittoyou
      on Aug 9, 2017

      When you wear your nails long, as I do and clearly, so does she...it becomes difficult to do anything without the nails.

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