Today I wanted to share the easiest DIY project that ever existed. Seriously.
I found a roll of pressed tin ‘ribbon’ at Michaels, and as soon as I saw it I knew exactly what I wanted to make with it. I saw napkin rings. Have you ever tried to find pretty napkin rings that go with everything? They are often hard to find, so I thought I would make my own to match my tablescapes.
All you need is a roll of material to act as a napkin ring – this really can be any type of ribbon, but this pressed tin works beautifully. And there is a tonne of it so I can make as many as I need. For these pressed tin rings you will need some small tin snips or scissors and also I used a pair of jewelry tweezers to help me bend the tin. Then I just cut about 3 1/2 inches of the ribbon, bent the ends over and shaped the tin into a ring to fit a napkin.
That’s it. See, I told you it was the easiest DIY ever. But I wanted to share it with you because sometimes all we need is an idea to spark a project. Maybe you saw a similar type of ribbon and didn’t know what to do with it. Well, now you do.
So simple and pretty.
Now here’s the fun part! I used these napkin rings in an Easter table scape that I am sharing over on the Kendall-Jackson Wines blog! Head on over and have a look!
This post was generously sponsored by Kendall-Jackson wines. But as always the voice, all content, and opinions are mine alone.