Twine Wrapped Napkin Rings December 29, 2010 DIY, Home Decor 3573 I was in the Dollar Tree the other day looking for these. Why, you ask? Well after seeing some amazing inspiration photos online, I decided to try my hand at this simple project. I imagine that these packs usually sell for $1/ea, but for some reason they rang up as $0.25/each. Yes, that’s right-8 rings for $0.50! I chose twine because I happened to have it, but I’ve seen this done with burlap or fabric as well. To start, I hot glued one end of a LONG piece of twine (it takes more than you think, I kept running out…) to the inside of the ring, in the middle. Then I began wrapping, stopping to hot glue about every 4th wrap. You’ll want to keep squishing the wraps together so that you can’t see the original ring. Once you’ve gone all the way around, hot glue the tail on the inside of the ring so it doesn’t show and trim. Now here’s the fun part. Get some cute ribbon and accents to add some bling! I used 2 kinds of ribbon (it takes about 6 yards) and some jewelry pieces. The jewels came in an 8 pack which was perfect! I hot glued the ribbon all the way around, then glued the jewel on top where the ribbon ends meet. Now I don’t actually have any cloth napkins, but now I’m tempted to make some! Have any of you made napkins and/or rings? Do share! *******Linked Up******** No Responses Sandy Walters December 29, 2010 Those are so adorable! Where did you get the jewels? Reply Lovely Crafty Home December 29, 2010 Thanks, I got them at AC Moore! Reply Janet December 29, 2010 Those turned out really nice! Reply Jenn Erickson/Rook No. 17 December 29, 2010 Visiting from the linky party at “My Backyard Eden” and had to come by to pay my compliments on your napkin rings. Wow! What a deal, and an incredible transformation. They’re perfect! Reply Shelia December 29, 2010 Oh, these turned out so cute! You did an outstanding job. Be a sweetie, Shelia 😉 Reply Yanet December 29, 2010 They are darling! Reply Becky December 29, 2010 Thanks for linking but please visit my blog and link again. You linked to a blog hop party for prayers for Edie. Sorry for the confusion. Reply Lovely Crafty Home December 29, 2010 Sorry Becky! I’ll change my link. So sorry for that family 🙁 Reply tammy December 29, 2010 thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting on my tv stand, i would love to link up on friday. thanks for the offer, i’m you newest follower! xx Reply Stacy December 29, 2010 I LOVE twine and it looks sooooo good! I love when people mix rustic and elegant elements together. Its perfect! Reply Ela December 30, 2010 These are great! I’m tempted to make some and then make some napkins. Super cute!! http://www.lifeinmypjs.com xoxo ~Ela Reply kim December 30, 2010 These are just too cute! Reply Paisley Passions December 31, 2010 Absolutely DARLING! Thanks for linking up to Thrilling Thursday @ Paisley Passions 🙂 Reply Kassi January 3, 2011 I love these!! Great use of the twine! 🙂 Thanks for linking up to Fancy This Fridays at Truly Lovely! Hope to see you this week! Reply Bring On The Twine October 14, 2011 […] On The Twine January 4, 2011 7 Comments Auto Adsense WPYou may have seen my twine napkin rings a couple of days ago, so I figured while I had the roll […] Reply Christmas Came Early… November 21, 2011 […] might recognize the napkin rings as the ones I made awhile back with some twine and a piece of bling. I picked up the cutwork linen […] Reply Leave a Reply to Sandy Walters Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website CAPTCHA Code * Check here to Subscribe to notifications for new posts Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.