Fall Inspired Napkin Rings

Michelle Leslie
by Michelle Leslie
3 Materials
5 Minutes
Looking for an inexpensive way to spruce up your table decor for fall? These rustic napkin rings might just thing. They’re super easy to make from stuff you probably already have at home and in the garden.
All you need are a few empty toilet rolls, string or twine and seed pods from the garden. We had a ton of these beautiful Anise stars but if you can’t find pods you can use whatever you have, dried flowers, leaves, shells, beads or even ribbons.
Use a scissors to cut the toilet rolls into 4 cm (1.5″) pieces. Paint on some Mod Podge or elmers glue and wrap the string or twine around the roll.
Glue on the seed pods or what ever else you found in the garden. They are so easy to make and only take about 5 minutes depending on how fast the glue dries.
Add the napkins or serviettes and you're done.
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Suggested materials:
  • Empty Toilet Rolls
  • String
  • Seed Pods
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  • Emmawilliams1 Emmawilliams1 on Sep 16, 2016
    Thought I knew it all hahahaha! But what are crackers, you and the girls are talking about? Very pretty, and I have bunches of paper towel rolls I am going to use...ths and keep up good work!

  • Sue Hudgins Sue Hudgins on Sep 16, 2016
    Would like to see how trim was put on Rings

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