Need some ideas for napkin rings for your next get together, but don’t want to spend a ton of money? Here are 15 DIY napkin rings that won’t break the bank.
I really love napkin rings. That might be kind of a funny thing to say, but I’m not much of a party person, so napkin rings are a quick way to dress up a table (and look like you know what you are doing). And along those same lines, have you seen the prices on napkin rings?
Last time I went shopping to look for some, they were $5 – $10 a piece. That’s way more of an investment than I’m willing to make! So DIY napkin rings it is – and it turns out you can make some that look way better than store bought.
I found 15 DIY napkin rings that I know you’ll love. Just scroll down to see them!
DIY Napkin Rings
Use a cookie cutter as a napkin ring – and then let guests take them home after the gathering.
Use pre-cut leather circles and a paint pen to make napkin rings with whatever message you like on them.
Use book pages and Glitter Mod Podge to make these festive napkin rings – and you can even make chargers to match.
I love how these cute little napkin rings were made using cookie cutters.
Find the step-by-step at Hello Natural
These napkin rings are easy and inexpensive to make with decoupage medium.
Use washi tape and popsicle sticks to make whimsical napkin rings.
Find out how at Love Pomegranate House
Faux Vintage Lace
Carolyn made these napkin rings that look like vintage lace using paper towel tubes and Antique Mod Podge.
Use crepe paper in your favorite colors to make these napkin rings in about ten minutes.
Learn more about them at Confetti Pop
There is nothing like fresh flowers at a party table – and they look great when used in the napkin rings.
Use PVC pipe and embroidery floss to make these simple and pretty napkin rings.
These awesome napkin rings were made with shower curtain rings and painted faux leaves.
Use grosgrain ribbon and nickel D rings to make the easiest napkin rings ever.
Learn more about them at Martha Stewart
Use beautiful vintage brooches to make unique, personalized napkin rings for each guest.
Use a pom pom maker and hair ties to make these fun and festive napkin rings.
Use wallpaper samples, wood buttons and twine to make these pretty napkin rings.