DIY Burlap Ribbon Fall Napkin Rings
Our Burlap Ribbon Fall Napkin Rings add a rustic autumn charm to your table with a touch of romance. They are super easy to make using only a glue gun.
Fall is my favorite season because of the crisp air, the gorgeous colors and especially the family gatherings. I always look forward to adding little touches of Fall decor around the house in October.
Also See These Fall Decor Ideas:
- Fall Front Porch Decor
- Tiered Tray Hot Beverage Bar
- Decoupge Pumpkin Fall Vignette in the Bathroom
- Sew A Corduroy Fall Leaf Throw Pillow
How To Make Burlap Ribbon Fall Napkin Rings. It only took minutes!
- Burlap Wire Ribbon
- Hot Glue
- Silk Flower
Cut the ribbon to your desired size, which will depend on how thick your cloth napkins are. You can easily figure this out by wrapping the ribbon around the folded napkin until you are comfortable with the size and cut. Then, use that cut piece to measure the cut for the rest of them.
Roll the ribbon into your ring size and clasp with an office clip.
Dab a small amount of hot glue to hold the seam in place.
Pull the flowers and leaves from the stems. They come off very easily with just a tug.
Now position the leaf into place on the flower and snip that little plastic tip off. Removing the tip will allow the flower to sit flush on the napkin ring.
Dab a little hot glue onto the spot where you snipped off the little plastic thing. That dab of glue will hold the flower and leaf together and attach them to the napkin ring at the same time. Press the flower into place on your napkin ring and hold for a few seconds to let the glue dry. You are all done and can now use your new napkin rings!
Also see our Farmhouse Style Fall Tablescape
Hi Shirley, I love your cute napkin rings and they look so pretty on a table.
Thanks for sharing this craft with us at C&C with J&J!
Enjoy the week.
These are so pretty & simple to make! Love them! Pinned 🙂
These are so beautiful and even though I’m going into Spring in Australia perhaps I could do the same with Spring flowers. Thanks for sharing with us at #overthemoon link party.