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DIY Easter Napkin Rings

Make Each Place Setting Unique With This Easy To Do Project

We are celebrating Easter this year with The Gunn clan which includes seven children. I thought it would be fun to come up with a quick and cute DIY project to make each child’s place setting special, so I created these Easter inspired paper napkin rings:

It is a super easy project and Michael’s has everything you need.

- cute stickers {these ones I used are Martha Stewart}
- scrapbook paper {the thickest you can find}
- scissors {or a paper cutter}, glue and tape

How To:
- cut a square of paper slightly larger than the sticker in a co-ordinating solid colour
- cut a square of patterned paper slightly larger than the solid square
- use the solid paper to create the band that will wrap around the napkin. It should be narrower than the squares and about 6 to 7 inches long.
- glue the squares together and then tape the bottom square to the band. Tape the band around the napkin.
TIP: I use a paper cutter for all of my straight cuts. It makes paper crafts SO much easier.


You can use these in other ways too. I wrapped mine around these jars for a sweet Easter floral display:

I can’t wait to surprise The Gunn clan kids with these napkin rings. Although I may be slightly more excited about them than they will be. Six out of seven of them are boys. Anyway....Happy Easter!

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