burlap - 1/4 yard would be enough, not the burlap garland
napkin rings or pvc pipe in the size of napkin rings - found super cheap plain napkin rings at a thrift store
embellishments or buttons
You cut the burlap into a strip big enough so that you can cover the napkin ring while tucking the burlap on the inside of the ring and hot gluing it there. The inside of the rings won't look really pretty but that won't be seen when you put them on napkins :) Then repeat this process for all your napkin rings. I did 8 of 'em.
Once they dry you can add ribbon and your embellishments using hot glue or tacky glue. I got mine at the hob-lob.
This is how Katie's turned out with using gray felt and buttons. I think they would work in any kitchen.
I went with a sheer dark purple ribbon since that went with our eggplant and bright green living room and kitchen pallet.I suppose I could have ironed the napkins first... just keepin it real for yall. I despise ironing.
I love that these dress up the table just enough!
Give this a try!
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