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Christmas Napkin Rings

18 Dec

Not sure what to do with all of that tissue paper after you’re finished wrapping your Holiday gifts? Here’s an easy way to decorate your Christmas table, while using up that leftover tissue paper.

All you need is scissors, at least four sheets of tissue paper, wire or floral wire, and a ruler.

1. Stack at least four sheets of tissue paper and cut a 10-by-5-inch rectangle though all four layers.

2. Make 3/8-inch-wide accordion folds.

3. Fold an 18-inch piece of wire or floral wire in half. Slip the wire over the center of the tissue and twist tightly, but be careful not to tear the delicate paper.

4. Trim the ends of tissue. You may wish to trim an inch or two depending on how large you’d like the tissue flower to be.

5. Separate each layer of tissue by gently pulling one layer at a time.

6. Bend the wire or floral wire into a loop and slip the loop around your napkin.

Now you have a beautiful napkin ring that is perfect for the holidays. Don’t worry if you don’t have the time to make your own Christmas decorations, we’ve got lots of holiday decor items in our Rustic Christmas Store.

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3 Comments

Posted by on December 18, 2010 in Rustic Decor, Tips and Tricks

 

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3 responses to “Christmas Napkin Rings

  1. Jenny Cook

    December 18, 2010 at 6:25 pm

    Fun and beautiful napkin rings. Thanks for posting keep up the good work.

     
  2. Janie Johannes

    December 29, 2010 at 6:22 am

    i tried these for the holiday and I got nothing but compliments! Thank you

     
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    August 28, 2011 at 2:42 pm

    Some really great blog posts on this web site , appreciate it for contribution.

     

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