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Winter Napkin Rings DIY – Functional Decor for a Beautiful Tablescape

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When looking for some some winter table setting ideas on the Crate and Barrel website, I saw some cute napkin rings. But, they were sold out. Shoot! So, what did I do? Well, of course I re-created them using what I had! I hope you like this winter napkin rings diy!

Supplies needed for this DIY:

  • Jute rope
  • Evergreen sprigs
  • Floral tape
  • White berries
  • Wood skewers
  • Hot glue, scissors, and silicon finger protection

jute rope, floral tape, evergreen sprigs, white berries, and wood skewers

I had this leftover greenery in my greenery bin, so I removed several pieces from the main strand. Next, I placed it onto a wooden skewer to create a pick.

adding a wood skewer to a greenery sprig

After doing so, I cut the skewer to about three inches. I then wrapped the new “stem” with floral tape.

Next, I wrapped it again with jute twine.

Once that was complete, I cut about a seven inch piece of nautical size rope.

So the ends wouldn’t fray, I added a bit of hot glue to each end and twisted with my fingers, that were of course covered with silicon finger protectors.

After securing the ends, I cut them flat.

Once both ends were sealed and cut, I glued them to each other to create a ring.

Now, attach your greenery pick to the rope ring. I used hot glue, but then I also wrapped jute twine around it several times.

The last thing I did was add some white berries from other piece of greenery.

How cute are these?! And so simply made! Now I’m ready to add them to my winter table settings! Do you ever set your table?

I hope you enjoyed this diy, and that it inspires you to make something similar for your home!

These would also be great for a winter wedding! Don’t you think??

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