Updating Purchased Napkin Rings

Hello everyone today I’m sharing an easy way of updating purchased napkin rings.

Thanksgiving will be here before you know it. I wanted to share this 10 minute craft with you today.

Updating Napkin Rings

There’s many ways to easily update napkin rings. Adding real or fake acorn tops as I have done is an easy updating purchased napkin rings.

I added acorn tops because I adore acorns, you may enjoy this post of some of my real acorn collection.  Especially if you would enjoy learning how to preserve real acorns for many years.

I used real acorn tops from my collection.  I  found fake tops that are inexpensive for you to use.

Using my hot glue melting pot I dipped my acorn tops.

So then, I placed it on each leaf as an extra accent. Easy update to store bought napkin rings.

While I was at it I wanted to share our table for Thanksgiving.

The top plates were found thrifting before the craziness. They work well with my Spode Woodland plates.

I added them to our Thanksgiving table with other natural elements. Gilded and natural walnuts, dried artichokes and smaller white pumpkins add a rustic/elegant look.

An antique crate from France is overflowing with dried hydrangeas and mini pumpkins.

The wreath on the door in this picture is a Fall Grapevine Citrus Wreath with a full tutorial.  This wreath is especially fun because it takes you throughout the holiday season.

Although Thanksgiving will just be us and our pups this year we still have many things to be grateful for in our lives.

Will you celebrate even though it’s different this year?

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Hello, my name is Cindy and welcome to Cloches & Lavender. I enjoy making our house a home with antiques and thrifted finds. Antiques are used as my staples in my dcor to remain on a budget. I will often upcycle pieces with paint to make them new again. I enjoy DIYs

12 thoughts on “Updating Purchased Napkin Rings

  1. Cindy this is so pretty. I love your rustic tablescape. Your dried hydrangeas are so pretty.
    Great job using acorn tops to embellish what you already had. Happy Sunday

  2. Cindy your table is gorgeous. I love your dishes, too. So pretty. It’ll just be us this year, too, but I will set a pretty table.

  3. Your Thanksgiving table is so pretty! I love those square plates.

  4. You know I am totally in love with this Cindy, it looks so good! Gah – we should live closer so we could shop together and hang out. I love your beautiful hydrangeas, your French crate and all the woodlands inspired accents too. They’re amazing! Hugs, CoCo

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