Santa Claus Napkin Rings
I don’t know about you but I love a pretty table and all of the details. It can make the simplest meal taste good. So when I saw these Santa Claus napkin rings in a catalog I knew I had to make them.
I bought 3 inch red grosgrain ribbon. That is going to be the body. Cut it 7 inches, that is the finished size. I started off by making the first one to figure out the easiest way to make them. Then I cut out three pieces of the materials and completed each step together. It was faster than making each napkin ring one by one.
Cut a piece of black velvet ribbon, 7 inches or a bit larger. Find the middle and punch a hole in it. Thread the buckle in the black ribbon.
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Shoppe No. 5 on Dec 09, 2018
Thank you very much.
Pra28313410 on Dec 25, 2021
Just too darn cute! Festive & fun. Imagine it is a hit on the kiddie table many families have.
Very cute. I do have a question/suggestion. Instead of using the glue (I always cross my fingers with it holding), why couldn't you simply use something like stitch witchery to bond the black band? Some of it holds better than thread. You will be ironing it anyway. I would use a few tack stitches on the "buckle" to hold it in place. Would be fun to make matching silverware holders, or tuck it in with the napkin. Love the creativity and simplicity of it. Good job!
These napkin rings are adorable! Is it easy to find the buckles? I've never seen them in the craft stores.