DIY Pressed Tin Napkin Rings
Make these easy DIY Pressed Tin Napkin Rings for your next dinner party! All you need is 15 minutes and simple supplies that cost less than $15!
Hello friends! Today I wanted to share the easiest DIY project that ever existed. Seriously. I found a roll of pressed tin ‘ribbon’ at Michaels, and as soon as I saw it I knew exactly what I wanted to make with it. I saw napkin rings. Have you ever tried to find pretty napkin rings that go with everything? They are often hard to find, so I thought I would make my own to match my tablescapes.
What you need to make these easy napkin rings:
All you need is a roll of material to act as a napkin ring – this really can be any type of ribbon, but this pressed tin that I found at Michaels works beautifully. And there is a tonne of it so I can make as many as I need. For these pressed tin rings you will need some small tin snips or scissors and also I used a pair of jewelry tweezers to help me bend the tin.
how to make
DIY Pressed Tin Napkin Rings:
- Cut about 3 1/2 inches of the tin ribbon with tins snips.
- Bend the ends over (because they are sharp), then shape the tin into a ring to fit a napkin (see image).
- That’s it!
That’s it. See, I told you it was the easiest DIY ever. But I wanted to share it with you because sometimes all we need is an idea to spark a project. Maybe you saw a similar type of ribbon and didn’t know what to do with it. Well, now you do.
So simple and pretty. Now come on over and check out how I used them on a simple Easter Table!
More Pretty and Fun Easter Table Setting Ideas:
PIN IT to make later!
Now here’s the fun part! I used these napkin rings in an Easter table scape that I am sharing over on the Kendall-Jackson Wines blog! Head on over and have a look!
Have an inspired day!
This post was generously sponsored by Kendall-Jackson wines. But as always the voice, all content, and opinions are mine alone.