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Are you ready for some dictionary napkin rings?? Okay I posted this a year or so ago on another blog but silly me never posted it to my OWN blog! So let’s revisit these great super simple napkin rings! Just in time for your holiday tables! Break out your paper ephemera….
Awesome right? All you need is a vintage dictionary page, some contact paper, ribbon, and hot glue. Don’t like the look of the dictionary page?? Use an old map, sheet music, children’s books, the possibilities are endless!!
Cover the paper on both sides with your contact paper. Trapping the paper in between. Basically laminating for us folks that don’t have a laminator. Got a laminator?? Use it…and aren’t you lucky!
I left one side of the contact paper long — so there is a 1/2 inch to 1 inch strip of sticky. When you roll your napkin rings, that will be what holds them together. Cut the paper into strips and roll into a ring…using that extra sticky to secure. Or if you did not leave any extra, a little tape or glue will do the trick.
Then cut a length of ribbon to fit around and secure with hot glue. Yep that is it!
Gorgeousness for your Thanksgiving table in under 5 minutes!
Posted at Get Your Craft On on Today’s Creative Blog.