Pinecone And Acorn Flower Fall/Thanksgiving Napkin Ring DIY

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Pinecone And Acorn Flower Fall/Thanksgiving Napkin Ring DIY

Pinecone and Acorn Flower Thanksgiving Napkin Rings are so easy to make, cost me nothing, and I can’t wait to use them because they have that organic wow factor we all love!

You can make these beautiful napkin rings for your fall or Thanksgiving table with just a few items.

Tip 1

Strip the arm from the pinecone. White pine pinecones work best. I start at the bottom and give them a good tug to strip them from the center stem.

Tip 2

Measure the toilet paper roll. The average cardboard toilet paper tube is 8 inches long. Measure 4 inches from one side, mark it, and cut it in half.

Tip 3

Cover the halved toilet paper tubes with burlap ribbon. Fold the ends of the burlap ribbon into the inside of the tube that has been dotted with hot glue.

Tip 4

Choose 5 larger, longer pinecone arms and hot glue them in the center of the burlap-covered napkin ring. Fashion them to look like a flower.

Tip 5

Hot glue an acorn cap in the middle of the pinecone arm petals to resemble the center of a flower.

Tip 6

Add more center petals. Use shorter and thicker pinecone arms and glue them around the acorn top.

Tip 7

Add more petals to the flower until you like how the flower on the napkin ring looks.

Tip 8

So easy, so pretty! Wouldn’t these look nice on your table? I hope you will give them a try.

Pinecone And Acorn Flower Fall/Thanksgiving Napkin Ring DIY

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