Saturday, November 8, 2014

#TBCCrafters Craft Hop - Easy DIY Fall Napkin Rings

Check it Out!  I have been trying to concentrate on getting my dining room ready for the Thanksgiving Holiday that is coming up.  With Delmar's health the way it is, I want to make each Holiday he has left amazing!  So I am planning to cook the dinner and invite the family.  I want my house to be festive starting with where I will serve that Thanksgiving dinner.  
I have already started by creating my Fall Candle Jar Tablescape on my buffet side table. So now I want to focus on my dining table.  Of course we gotta have some napkin rings so that is what I am gonna share today.  I recycled cardboard tubes into these easy Fall Napkin rings.

My supplies were super simple.  
  • Cardboard tubes
  • ribbon (preferably 1" wide)
  • Fall leaves
  • Twine
  • Glue
Since I only have red cloth napkins right now, I chose a ribbon with all the fabulous colors of fall and would look good next to pretty much any color.  Here is how I put them together.

To make this a super easy craft, I used the wide ribbon and cut toilet paper tubes to fit.  Since these are cardboard tubes, they are easy to cut apart and you can get at least 2 rings per toilet paper tube.
I glued the ribbon to the tube ring, ran a piece of twine around the outside and glued it down.  Then I simply added a fall leaf, a flower and a small berry sprig.

Since I used ribbon with so many wonderful colors in it, I was able to use a variety of flower colors so that my napkin rings were all slightly unique.  And colorful!  Love the colors!

Be sure and stay tuned, because I will be showing you how I plan to display these adorable napkin rings on my table in the coming weeks.


  1. Oh how pretty are these and so resourceful!!!!

  2. Beautiful!!! Hmmm...with my family, would they still look good with paper napkins and plates?? ha/ha/ha/ha Pinned & tweeted!


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