Spring is just around the corner here Eastern NC. We have had a bit of a weird winter with the temperatures going up and down like a yo-yo. We have had some really warm pleasant days in my little town but I am looking forward to the flowers, grass and trees waking up. Spring also brings great painting weather! Today I am going to share a past project that is perfect for Spring tablescapes. Today I wanted to show you how to create quick and easy spring napkin rings featured at my Easter Tablescape from a few years ago. They were super simple to make!
Ready to get a little crafty? Let’s go!
I bought this set of chunky, wood Plain Jane napkin rings at my local thrift shop. I got eight of them for about $2.00
Bring On The Paint
I gave them a quick coat of cottage blue spray paint and distressed them a bit for a shabby look. I have been distressing just about everything these days. (If you stand still long enough in my house you may get attacked with a piece sand paper as well! It’s a good for exfoliating ya know!)
I bought a bush of silk daisies at my local craft store on sale for a couple of bucks. I got them in this pretty blue, white and yellow. I wanted to mix them up a bit.
I removed each flower head from the stems, cut the back little nubby off so it would lie as flat as possible then hot glued each flower to the napkin ring.
And there you have it folks! Easy Peasy…
Spring Napkin Rings!
They are the perfect accent to your Easter, Spring, or Mother’s Day tablescape. They would also look adorable at an afternoon tea party!
If you can’t find wooden napkin holders to use as a base, heavy ribbon could work as well. I used this technique for my Christmas Napkin Rings .
Well, that’s all for today. I know I have been a little bit absent the past couple of weeks. I have been working my little fingers to the bone on new merchandise for my online shop and I have a few more Spring decorating projects up my sleeve.
Now I better go get back to work!
Have a Great Day!
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