Fall Inspired DIY Napkin Rings
I don't always tend to make up our table for the holidays, so this is a new venture for me, I shared my latest Fall inspired centerpiece with you guys on my previous post, here.
I am feeling the holidays once again in a different way this year, I swear it really just depends every year on what I feel like putting my time and effort towards. It's usually always different one way or another. But when it comes to dressing up our dining table set up adding a little whimsy with a cute and easy DIY project is my jam.
Now, you all know how obsessed I am with shopping decorating and living frugally. So it wasn't surprising that I was able to find all the items I needed for this craft in one place and at a super affordable price. I was able to make 6 napkin rings total with only $4 spent. That's if you have a glue gun on hand already but if you have to go out and buy one, it's such a great investment no matter what.
I was inspired by all the pretty napkin rings they had at an event that I attended at Pier1 Imports not long ago, you guys might remember it from my Instagram stories.
I've linked all of the necessary items you'll need at the end of this post.
Here is what you'll need
- Plastic shower curtain rings / usually come in a pack
- Faux Fall Flowers
- Pack of faux acorns (optional)
- Pack of mini faux pumpkins
- Copper spray paint or rust or gold is an option too
I already had the hot glue and cloth napkins.
These were easy to spray paint, I hot glued 2 shower curtain rings together after the paint had dried. I then hot glued one flower to one of the rings and the painted faux mini pumpkin to the other.
Once my acorns were dried which by the way I only gave a slight spray over to, because I did not want them fully covered in copper spray paint, I then hot glued it to the top of the flower.
I was very happy with how they turned out and a total of 6 napkin Fall inspired napkin rings that I would have paid $4 probably for just one of them anywhere else, sounds pretty good to me.
These can easily be used from October through November. Now I just have to set up my tablescape but all in time.
Let me know what you think? And if you happen to make your own version or similar don't forget to tag me in your social shares!
Happy DIY'ing and happy Fall!
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Enjoyed the project?
- Faux flowers (dollar store)
- Glue gun (target)
- Acorns (Michaels)
- Faux pumpkins (Michaels)
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