Melted Bead Napkin Ring or Ornament

Posted by on October 30, 2012 in Christmas, Crafts, Holidays | 0 comments

Christmas Napkin Ring

Easy, inexpensive Christmas craft….

Want to save some money? Make your own napkin rings for Christmas! Using plastic beads, make this attractive Christmas wreath for your table setting. You can use it as a napkin holder or hang on a tree for an ornament. It is so inexpensive, that you can send it home with guests as a favor and memory of your Christmas dinner.

Materials:

 3 inch metal cookie or biscuit cutter.

Red and Green Plastic pony beads

Red Bow or ribbon

Glue Gun

Directions:

Lay two rings of beads along the outside edge of the metal cutter. Any more will make too small a hole for your napkin. I put a few red beads here and there, leaving a place for the bow. They do need to touch each other. It doesn’t matter if they are on their side or flat.

Melted Bead Christmas Craft

Two layers of beads is all you need.

Pop into 400 degree oven for 20 minutes! It should look like this….

Melted beads.

Let cool completely. Don’t hurry!

It will pop out easily when it is cool! It won’t do any damage to your pan, either.

Melted bead napkin ring or ornament

Hot glue a bow and it’s done!

Wreath Napkin Ring from Melted Beads

Inexpensive, beautiful napkin ring for your Christmas table!

Be sure to let me know how your project turned out. Change the colors and use it anytime.  For spring, make it a flower shape by using  a flower cookie cutter.

I got the inspiration for this napkin ring through a variety of melted bead posts.

Have a wonderful Christmas! Remember the reason for the season!

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