Let’s make easy 15-minute Easter napkin rings a festive addition to your dining room table and these are easy peasy.
And the best part they are perfect for special occasions throughout the warmer months. This makes these homemade napkin rings particularly perfect don’t you think?
I am joining my Blogger friends today for a Bunny hop and to share Easter inspiration! If you are visiting from Jayne at Chalking Up Success her wood slice bunnies are adorable and are perfect Easter decorations, don’t you think so too?
Honestly, the longest part of these DIY napkin rings is cutting out the French graphic.
Generally, I like to share easy projects that are multi-purpose. This gives you the biggest bang for the buck so there’s not much additional cost. Who doesn’t enjoy that when creating home decor?
As an example, I recently did share simple projects for the spring and summer months. How great is this for the budget? You can also see one birds nest in minutes.
Supplies to Make These Your Own Napkin Rings
- Wood bunny slices – Dollar Store, Dollar Tree, local craft store, or Amazon
- Mod Podge – I use a matte finish
- Decoupage scissors
- Card Stock
- Piece of ribbon of your choice
- Craft brush to apply Mod Podge
- White craft paint and paintbrush
- Raw Umber craft paint and a tad of water
- Paper bowl or cup
- Graphic of your choice – mine is free from Pinterest. Check my transfer board on Pinterest
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Begin Painting the Raw Materials with Paint and Adding Raw Umber to the Edges
First, paint the wood slices for these spring napkin rings using white craft paint. Let them dry. By the way, it only takes one coat of paint.
After drying, add a bit of raw umber craft paint to a paper bowl or cup. Now add a tad of water and mix. Doing this step allows movement with raw umber paint when adding it to the edges of these pretty napkin rings. Add a bit to the edge of the brush and wipe the excess onto a paper towel.
Here, add small amounts of raw umber paint to the edges of the wooden rabbits this also adds character to the napkin rings. I chose to use paint because not everyone has dark wax. Also, this doesn’t add too much extra cost to this project.
Adding and Printing the Graphic to Attach with Mod Podge
Visiting The Graphics Fairy for these images is especially the best idea for images and there are great Easter graphics available. Here many vintage images can be found for free. I highly recommend joining their email list. Karen offers a fantastic selection.
After printing the graphic cut as close to the graphic as possible.
Now add a coat of Mod Podge to the back side of the image and it to the napkin holders.
Also, add a coat to the top of the image. This is great to protect the napkin rings from water.
Adding a Long Piece of Ribbon to Tie Around Cloth Napkins
Now add the ribbon of your choice and tie it in a bow around your rolled napkin for each place setting.
I hope you enjoyed these easy 15 minute Easter napkin rings and think about adding these to your table decor. These will also be so much fun as place cards, or hanging from Easter baskets too!
Now, to see now sew bunnies hop over to Simple Nature Decor Blog. and see her beautiful Easter DIY!
More Amazing Easter Egg Inspiration
Click the links below the images to go straight to their posts. ENJOY!