These Paper Leaf Napkin Rings are an easy way to dress up your Thanksgiving table!
In case you missed it, earlier this week I fell in love with some paper leaves and made this cute Paper Leaf Garland. I had leftover leaves so I had to make something else! I didn’t use this pattern because I didn’t think the brown vinyl would show very well. I thought it would be fun to tie in the garland and made these pretty Paper Leaf Napkin Rings. (Ok they aren’t really napkin rings but I couldn’t decide what else to call them!)
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Materials needed to make Paper Leaf Napkin Rings
Cricut Explore or Maker
Leaf cut outs or scrapbook paper
Light grip mat
Basic tool set
Fine point blade
Twine or ribbon
Images used from Cricut Design Space:
But they needed a little adjustment first.
The leaves were too large so I used my Cricut to cut them down to a more manageable size. You can use scrapbook paper or whatever you have laying around. I just wanted to keep the color scheme consistent.
(Sorry for the messy cutting mat. It’s been used a lot lately!)
Peel your cut leaf from the cutting mat. Then I punched a hole in the middle of the leaf.
Set aside your leaf with the hole in it. Tie your napkin with some twine. Don’t tie the bow yet!
Pull the ends of the twine through the hole of the leaf.
NOW you can tie the bow! By pulling the twine through the leaf you don’t crush the it when you tie the bow!
Super cute and easy, right?
How do you dress up your table for Thanksgiving? I’d love to see it! Share over in our Facebook group!
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