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Felt Napkin Rings

Easy to whip up Felt Napkin Rings

I made these for Easter weekend a few years back to bring out on a picnic with our family just to add some fun and color to our outing. You can make these for just about any party, holiday, girls night or just for a pop of color on your Wednesday night table!┬áThese would also be great for a baby shower-so soft and cute, or a birthday party in the colors of the theme. These couldn’t be easier to make, and uses some of your felt scraps that I always seem to have a plethora of.

All you need is some felt scraps, scissors, buttons, thread & needle.

Felt Napkin Rings

Supplies to make DIY felt napkin ringsFirst cut as many felt strips as you need, I cut mine to be about 6 inches long, and maybe an inch wide. Tutorial for felt napkin ringsFold one side over like this… Easy to make felt napkin ringsThen cut a small slit right in the middle of the fold, this will be your button hole. I love felt for so many reasons, but this is one of them-no sewing a button hole! :) Simple and cute felt napkin rings tutorialOn the opposite side go in a little bit and hand sew your button onto the felt. Tutorial on how to make felt napkin ringsThen button it up and slide it over your napkin. I told you it was super easy! Simple felt napkin ringsIn no time at all, you will have enough for all of your place settings and they can be as casual as can be, or even a little dressed up. I love when what I envision comes out better than I could have hoped! Easy to whip up felt napkin rings

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These were originally posted about three years ago, but I am going through my archives and getting rid of old posts that aren’t necessary. The posts that make the cut are being republished until I am done cleaning it up. For those of you have seen these before I apologize, for everyone else, enjoy! :)

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