One of my most popular fall projects is my dollar store floral wire pumpkins. These pumpkins are quick and easy to make, and you can get the supplies at the dollar store. The floral wire you can find at Dollar Tree is great for a wide variety of projects. I used the wire to make some two-minute napkin rings that coordinate with the floral wire pumpkins perfectly!
TWO MINUTE DOLLAR STORE WIRE NAPKIN RINGS
WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO MAKE TWISTED WIRE NAPKIN RINGS
Dollar Tree almost always stocks this colored floral wire in either the floral department or the craft aisle. It holds its shape well, but it is still easily to manipulate and cut.
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HOW TO MAKE WIRE NAPKIN RINGS
Dollar Store Wire Napkin Rings
- Wrap the floral wire.
Unravel the floral wire and cut the wire in half with scissors or wire cutters. Each piece of wire should be roughly three feet in length. Wrap the wire around a small cylinder. I found that bottles of craft paint are the perfect size for this project. Overlap the wire as you wrap to give it more dimension.
- Tuck in the ends.
Twist the two loose ends around each other, and bend the sharp ends in.
- Remove the wire.
Slide the wire off of the cylinder and your napkin ring is done!
- Use in a table setting.
Pick up a cloth napkin by its center point and feed the napkin through the ring.
USING THE NAPKIN RINGS FOR THANKSGIVING
I simply pulled a cloth napkin through the ring, since my table setting was fairly informal looking. You can also roll the napkin and slide it through to create a more formal look.
The napkin rings add a functional and beautiful element to your place settings. Each ring will cost you only 50 cents to make, and you can make plenty of napkin rings in half an hour. Wouldn’t these be pretty on your Thanksgiving table?