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Holiday Inspired DIY Napkin Rings

We’re excited to share holiday-inspired DIY napkin rings as we team up with some of our favorite creative ladies for the Fabulous Friday Link Party Holiday Blog Hop!

A big thank you to AN ORGANIZED SEASON * SOUTH HOUSE DESIGNS * LIVING LARGE IN A SMALL HOUSE * VINTAGE HOME DESIGNS * AMY SADLER DESIGNS and WMDESIGN HOUSE for putting this hop together.

Inching Closer to the Holidays…

As we inch closer to the holidays, we are laser-focused on finding simple ways to intentionally slow down and enjoy all the things that make the season special.

We spend a lot of time lingering around the table after each meal. So, I thought it would be fun to create holiday-inspired DIY napkin rings.

Given we’re trying to keep things as easy as possible, my only goal was for these napkin rings to seamlessly transition from Thanksgiving and Christmas.

And I feel like we’ve accomplished just that!

The beauty of these holiday-inspired DIY napkin rings is they can be customized to fit whatever theme you’re celebrating this year.

Bonus, they can be completed in an afternoon depending on how many you need to make.

Holiday Inspired DIY Napkin Rings and Christmas Tablescape-The Crowned Goat

Here’s a look at everything you’ll need to make a set of holiday-inspired DIY napkin rings too…

Holiday Inspired DIY Napkin Ring Supplies:

  • Paper Towel Roll (we used 2 paper towel rolls for a total of 8 napkin rings)
  • Scissors
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Glue
  • Wide Ribbon (color or pattern of your choice) (The ribbon we used was not wired)
  • Skinny Ribbon (color or pattern of your choice)
  • Embellishments

Holiday-Inspired DIY Napkin Ring Steps:

Gather your supplies and organize your workstation.

Using caution and care as scissors will be sharp, cut a paper towel roll into your desired napkin ring width.

Cut strips of wide ribbon long enough to wrap around the napkin ring completely.

This ribbon is approximately 3.5 inches wide. The width of our napkin ring is approximately 2 inches wide.

Be sure to leave a little extra room to tuck the fabric inside the napkin ring. That way, you won’t see the cardboard from the paper towel roll.

Using caution and care as glue and glue gun will be hot, secure the ribbon to the outside of the napkin ring.

Make sure the ribbon fits around the napkin ring completely.

Again, using caution and care as glue and glue gun will be hot, tuck and secure the ribbon to the inside of the napkin ring.

Using caution and care as scissors will be sharp, cut the skinny ribbon long enough to be able to wrap around your napkin ring.

Then secure the skinny ribbon to the outside of the napkin ring with glue.

Again, using caution and care attach the embellishment to your napkin ring with glue.

Carefully slip your napkin into your napkin ring and enjoy!

Crafting Something Special This Christmas…

While I personally love soft muted colors and lots of neutrals, you can easily use this same idea to create napkin rings that best represent your style.

A beautiful red plaid, skinny black velvet ribbon, embellished with an equestrian vibe would be really pretty. Adding a snowflake to snow themed ribbon would be beautiful as well!

If you want to use these napkin rings throughout the year, you can embellish them with your monogram.

Truly, the possibilities are endless!

Holiday Inspired DIY Napkin Rings-The Crowned Goat

If you haven’t crafted anything for the holidays yet, consider grabbing your girlfriends, coworkers, neighbors, or your favorite family members and give it a try.

It’s always fun to create things together this time of year!

How to Create Holiday Inspired DIY Napkin Rings-The Crowned Goat

Be sure to check out what the rest of the creative ladies of the Fabulous Friday Link Party Holiday Blog Hop are sharing…

Until next time, I’ll see you on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.

Many blessings,

CoCo

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20 Comments

  1. I cannot believe these napkin rings are from toilet paper rolls Coco. I thought you bought them somewhere. I would love to monogram some for our table this year and we’re still into buffalo check so I’ll use that as the ribbon. Thanks for the easy idea.

  2. These are so gorgeous Coco, love abit of crafting as you know, these are just the trick and perfect colour for me. Thanks for sharing.xx

  3. This is the cutest Christmas DIY!!! No one would ever know the napkin rings started with cardboard toilet paper rolls! Thank you for the inspiration, pinned!!!

  4. These are beautiful CoCo! No one would know the base used and it’s the perfect size, love them 🙂

  5. These napkin rings are just so precious! I would never have guessed that the base was cardboard from a toilet paper roll! How creative! Thanks for sharing this idea! It was wonderful “hopping” with you today!

  6. Your creativity shines through again!! I just love that you made something so gorgeous out of a paper towel holder! I will definitely try this sometime! I can think of so many fun ways to embellish those little cardboard circles!! Pinning now! Thank you for sharing your talent with us! Blessings, Donna

  7. Wow, CoCo!! You continue to amaze me. You managed to turn a paper towel roll into a stunning, bedazzled napkin ring!! They are SO pretty..the muted colors are so beautiful and work well with any decor AND are super budget-friendly. You are so talented, my friend!!! Pinned!

  8. I’m inspired to make something like this now! Thank you for sharing!

  9. These are so elegant and lovely! Hard to believe they are made from a paper towel roll! Your instructions are excellent and the finished napkin rings are beautiful! It was great to meet you through this blog hop! I love your creativity! ~Missy

  10. This is such a pretty DIY, Coco! The napkin rings are perfect with your pretty place setting!

  11. Hi CoCo- This easy napkin ring DIY was shared just in time. I don’t have napkin rings for our Thanksgiving table and didn’t want to spend a bunch of money. So this idea is perfect. Thank you for sharing it on our Home Imagined Link Party.

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