Your eyes do not deceive you, this post DOES look strikingly like the last. See, I figured if we're making Stamped Place Cards we might as well make Napkin Rings too. Right?
This post is sponsored by PSA Essentials, the words below are my own.
First off, let me share something about my home. I don't use paper towels or napkins. Instead, we use cloth. That's not to say I don't keep a roll in the house; sometimes the animals have accidents or get sick and there is NO way I'm washing that out of anything.
Still, over the last few years we've adjusted to using cloth for our day to day needs. For example, when I make the kids sandwiches, I serve them on cloth napkins, if they grab a pickle they wrap it with a cloth napkin, and when we have spaghetti everyone takes a cloth napkin before they sit down.
I share this to let you know, unless I'm feeling ambitious, or procrastinating-as in ignoring my to-do list and coming up with a completely unnecessary task, I'm won't be sewing up new napkins for Thanksgiving. Instead, we'll be using the
stained, same old ones we use everyday. So what better way to make them feel new than to repackage them with these cute Stamped Napkin Rings?
To make these napkin rings you'll need:
- Cardstock cut into 1"x8" strips, and punched circles
- PSA Essentials Stamper
- Espresso Brown Ink Pad
- Peel & Stick Stamp Die Set: Happy Holidays
- Stamp Centering Block
- Glue Stick
- Tape or stapler
I've mentioned it before and I'll mention it again, look at the picture above. The Stamp Centering Block is a miracle tool when you're stamping pre-cut pieces of paper like the scalloped circles I used.
Once I had all my pieces cut, punched, and stamped I assembled them-see above photo.
Give the glue a little time to dry before you wrap it around a folded napkin, and with tape or a stapler attach the two ends to complete the ring.
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