Hello! I wanted to share these quilled napkin rings. They coordinate with the flower sugar cookies and chocolate cake I’ll share soon. I made the napkin rings from card stock for a Mother’s Day brunch, but I think they’d be a nice touch for many other celebrations. They are so simple to make.
To make a napkin ring, you will need:
8.5 x 11” card stock (65 lb., solid core) cut into 1/16, 1/8, and 1/2” wide strips
School glue and something to put the glue on (e.g., a plastic lid)
A quilling tool – A cotton swab with the end cut off, a toothpick, or a thin paint brush handle can work if you don’t have a quilling tool. You want to find the narrowest tool that you can work with. Be creative!
A form for the ring - I used an empty spice jar, but the cardboard roll from a roll of paper towels can also work. Again, be creative!
Optional: Mod Podge and a paintbrush - I skipped this step in the video, but spread two to three thin coats of Mod Podge over the finished napkin ring to make it a little sturdier.
Gather your supplies and then hop over to my tutorial page, where I’ll show you how to make these napkin rings.