Use Shower Curtain Rings to Make Your Table Prettier

4 Materials
$15
30 Minutes
Easy

Over on my blog, Celebrate and Decorate I love to style pretty tables. Tablescapes are kind of my thing and that includes all of the details, centerpieces, plate stacks and of course, napkin rings! Fancy napkin rings can get pricey so sometimes you have to get creative! You can see more of my crafts and creations here.

Cheap plastic shower curtain rings will be the base for my custom napkin rings.

This is so easy with some hot glue! Use some hot glue to glue your rings together as shown above.

For my needs, I found 3 rings would be the perfect width. I used the hot glue to secure them together and then let them cool completely.

When all of my rings were glued together it was time to start covering them with ribbon. Blue is a primary color in my home, so dark blue ribbon was going to be perfect! I began with a small amount of hot glue on the inside of my rings with the end of some navy blue satin ribbon stuck into the glue. I used about four feet of ribbon for each napkin ring.  

Wrapping the the ribbon tightly around the rings I made sure I over lapped it enough so none of the white showed through between the ribbon.  

These looked pretty enough I could have just used these like this, but I spotted these beautiful sunflowers with deep blue centers in them that I wanted to use for these napkin rings.  

I pulled the sunflower blossoms off the bush they were on and used the hot glue to attach the blossoms right where the indentation on the shower rings was. I hadn’t even pulled the hot glue string off of this one when I snapped this photo.

With these dark blue centers on the sunflowers, I knew these were going to be stunning on my table.

There you have a beautiful faux flower napkin ring! Make a set of them in any color and any kind of bloom you would like!! They will dress up your table so well! I would love to have you stop by my blog,  Celebrate & Decorate for the full tutorial as well as sign up for my latest creations, posts, recipes, exclusives, and more...

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  • E95656 E95656 on Jan 11, 2021

    So pretty!

  • Lea Ellis Billingsley Lea Ellis Billingsley on Aug 28, 2021

    Planning a WMU dinner at church. Got to make these. I made some Beachey ones for Florida house few years ago. covered toilet paper tubes with Burlap ribbon added Shells and Jute cord turned out cute

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