Don’t you love fabulous decor you can put together in about 10 minutes? Today I’m sharing an easy peasy way to make beautiful Thanksgiving napkin rings for your Thanksgiving table! There are six different Thanksgiving words to choose from. And if you are not the hostess but a guest for Thanksgiving you can make these as a very sweet hostess gift! Let’s get started!
Today on DECORATING TIPS AND TRICKS we are talking about SPOILING OVERNIGHT GUESTS. And what better time to spoil them than over the holidays? You will love all our great tips and stories!!!!
Today is 10 MINUTE DECORATING… the Thanksgiving edition!
Please stop by the blogs at the bottom of the page to see their Thanksgiving ideas!
Now let’s make Thanksgiving napkin rings!
Materials you will need:
- printable Thanksgiving medallions, get them HERE
- brown craft printable paper, see what I used HERE
- hole punch
- ribbon- I used wired burlap ribbon. I found this ribbon at my local A C Moore
- optional: feather, sage, rosemary etc
Print the Thanksgiving medallions on brown paper and carefully cut out each medallion just to the outside of the black line. The more time you take cutting the better the medallions will look.
Punch a hole on either side of the medallions. If you punch the hole too close to the edge of the medallion you might rip it when you try to thread the ribbon through it. Be aware of where the hole will be punched.
Roll up a napkin and place the medallion on top of it.
Thread the ribbon through the back side of the medallion. Wrap the rest of the ribbon around the back of the napkin and thread it in through the back of the medallion on the other side. Adjust the ribbon to be even on either side of the medallion.
Cut the end of each ribbon into dovetails.
Add a little bit of embellishment like a feather or a sprig of rosemary or sage to your napkin holder.
So easy and so so pretty! Now go make some for your Thanksgiving table!
Here are some 10 Minute Thanksgiving Decorating from some of my favorite bloggers…
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