DIY RECYCLED NAPKIN RINGS by DANIELLA HAYES 1


November 15th is American Recycles Day.  In honor of this, the Tombow Design Team will be posting awesome recycled projects all week.  I made these DIY Recycled Napkin Rings, just in time for Thanksgiving.

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Super fun, right?

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The supplies are things you probably have already.  Toilet paper or paper towel tubes, ribbons, game pieces, Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue and Tombow Xtreme Adhesive.

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To start, cut your tubes into 1″ rings.  Apply Mono Multi Liquid Glue to the outside edges of the burlap ribbon and glue the edges to the inside of the ring.

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Apply the Tombow Xtreme adhesive to the brown ribbon and wrap it around the outside center of the ring.

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To finish the napkin rings, add fun game pieces.  I have a bunch of letters left over from an old Scrabble game.  Adding the first letter of each name to the ring makes it special.  I adhered the pieces to the ring with Mono Multi Liquid glue.

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And that’s it!  Super fun and easy DIY napkin rings!  They will be the star of your Thanksgiving table for sure!  Not only did I recycle the tubes, but I also found a use for the long forgotten random game pieces too.

I hope you make a fun recycled craft project today!!

xxDaniella


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