Quick and Easy Flower Napkin Rings

We’re sharing quick and easy flower napkin rings today as we team up with some of our favorite creative ladies for the Lifestyle of Love Blog Hop hosted by the always amazing Cindy of County Road 407.

If you’re coming over from Cindy’s blog, welcome, we’re excited to have you here.

Didn’t you love all the different ways she decorated with vintage buttons?

I can’t wait to try out some of Cindy’s ideas!


My Inspiration…

One of the things I love most about being in these blog hop groups is that they’re a constant source of inspiration.

Recently, Rachel from The Ponds Farmhouse, made a set of beautiful horse napkin rings.

Horses and equestrian inspired décor have been a staple in my home and in my parent’s home for decades.

So, naturally, I fell in love immediately and couldn’t wait to make a set of napkin rings of my own.

While I was searching for horse bits that were small enough to fit on a napkin ring, I came across these beautiful vintage inspired flower buttons.

And since our theme this month is vintage or antique buttons, I knew they would be the perfect way to try my hand at making a set of quick and easy flower napkin rings.

Quick and Easy Flower Napkin Rings-The Crowned Goat

Here’s a look at how to make quick and easy flower napkin rings in case you want to make a set too…

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Quick and Easy Flower Napkin Ring Supplies:

Quick and Easy Flower Napkin Ring Steps:

Gather your supplies and make sure your workstation is free from dirt and debris.

I found these napkin rings on Amazon.

They’re a little smaller than the other napkin rings I have.

But I like that they’re flat on the bottom, so they stand up nice and straight.

The color is listed as “matte gold” and when they arrived they were a bit shinier than I expected.

So, I decided to add a quick coat of Rub N Buff in Antique Gold to each napkin ring.

That way, they would be a better match for the gold accents in the vintage inspired flower buttons.

If you also decide to use Rub N Buff, be sure not to get any on the inside of your napkin ring, or you’ll risk it rubbing off on your napkins.

Next, make sure you read all the instructions that come with the E6000 package and use the glue in a well-ventilated area.

It has a very strong odor.

Once your napkin rings are completely dry, add a small dot of E6000 glue to the top of your napkin ring.

Then add a vintage inspired flower button on top of the glue.

Add a little pressure to the top of the flower to make sure it is properly secured to the napkin ring.

Finally, stand your quick and easy flower napkin rings upright and allow the glue to dry 24 hours.

After the glue is dry, you can use your flower napkin rings.

Gifting and Entertaining…

As I shared above these napkin rings are a little smaller than our other napkin rings.

They fit this vintage lace trimmed napkin really well.

But are a bit snug for this thicker textured napkin.

All in all, though, I’m excited about the way these quick and easy flower napkin rings came together.

I mean, three steps feels totally doable, you know?

Plus, they’d make a beautiful gift.

Or a fun way to dress up a simple tablescape.

Let me know if you decide to try this too!

Up next on the Lifestyle of Love Blog Hop…

Up next on the Lifestyle of Love Blog is my sweet friend Debra of Common Ground. I’ve always wanted to learn how to make a button bouquet so I’m excited to see what she has in store.

Once you’re finished there be sure to check out what the rest of these fabulous ladies are sharing…

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

Many blessings,


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  1. CoCo,
    I’m so glad you were inspired by my horse napkin rings because these are just stunning. Now I’m on the lookout for some great buttons like these. Wow so cute.

  2. These napkin rings are adorable! It seems like the hardest part would be finding exactly the right pieces to make them with. I guess that is part of the fun!

  3. Oh my m, CoCo, I love these. The Rub N Buff elevated these. I like that they are flat on the bottom. I need to get these for a future craft project. Pinned!

  4. Coco, these are so beautiful! I love them. Hugs to you.

  5. Those buttons are gorgeous and I can’t imagine what kind of dress or outfit they’d be sewn to. Something schmancy for sure! Love the idea of using them for napkin rings. I have gotten out of the habit of using them when one year the table was so full there was no place to put them after you took it off (they were quite large). But my goodness, those would look amazing anywhere. Thank you for joining us and for sharing the DIY. Love it!

  6. How gorgeous, CoCo. So elegant! and such a great idea to literally glue anything onto the napkin rings. Endless ideas and themes are possible. I need to own stock of Rub n’ Buff. It’s a DIY staple for me.

  7. Wow, CoCo, those buttons are gorgeous! Perfect way to repurpose them and enjoy them for a pretty tablescape. Love the napkin rings with flat bottoms; brilliant, and didn’t know they existed!

  8. CoCo, I LOVE these. Those buttons are just perfect. I love Rub ‘n Buff too….great way to improve the look. I want to share these on my Saturday Meanderings this week….so pretty and could be used for a bridal shower or wedding or an all white table…just stunning.

    1. Thank you so much for your sweet words, Mary, I really appreciate them. I’ve been out of town spending extra time with my parents so I also appreciate your patience with this response. I found the flowers and the napkin rings on Amazon and updated the post this morning with the all links so that it would be easier to find everything. I don’t know how the flowers would do as buttons but they’re so pretty and easy to use I want to glue them to everything now! Hope this help and your weekend is filled with all good things, CoCo

  9. I love these CoCo! The buttons are fantastic and making them into napkin rings is brilliant. Make any table super special. XO- MaryJo

  10. CoCo, You found the most interesting napkin rings and buttons too! The shape of the napkin ring is wonderful and those beautiful buttons look so elegant! Nothing better than an easy DIY that looks gorgeous!

  11. These are stunning CoCo! Do you know they kind of remind me of something that could have been found at Downton Abbey? The pearls and jewels are the perfect combination for a high society luncheon. I so miss that series! I need to be on the lookout for buttons, I have a few… I had planned to use them at our wedding years ago, but where they are? I have no idea now! You have me excited to search for them! You always get me so excited to get started on a new project, and your comments are always so kind, I thank you for that. Have a happy weekend!

  12. CoCo, I love these. What a clever idea! Thanks for sharing and have the best weekend!

  13. Your napkin rings are absolutely stunning. I would guess that the buttons came from a Chanel or St. John suit which are known for their beautiful buttons.

  14. Goodness gracious! These are so simple, elegant, and beautiful. I agree, they would make great gifts. Thank you for showing us the difference when you applied the rubnbuff. I like the idea that these napkin rings are flat on one side too – so they stay in place better. Of course, I love that you used vintage buttons. (As a former antique dealer). Lovely job CoCo!

  15. Coco, those are just beautiful! I feel like I can make those myself. Thank you for the inspiration. Such a small thing but wow! Gorgeous! Thank you.

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