CREATE GLAMOROUS NAPKIN RINGS
WITH VINTAGE JEWELRY

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I love the idea of using vintage earrings as jewelry for my table, however, I had a difficult time trying to come up with a basic napkin ring which would accommodate the different styles of clip-on earrings. Eventually, I came up with a simple solution.

How to Make The Rings:
I use a manila file folder as my base, and cut it into 6” x 1 3/8” strips. To cover the strips, I use a 1 ½” wide, wired ribbon. The ribbon is cut slightly longer than the strip, so the ends can be folded over, giving a more finished look. A spray adhesive is used to put the ribbon on the base. Before gluing the ends together to make the ring, I cut a small horizontal slit in the center of the strip. This allows a place to insert the clip of the earring.

Now, the fun begins!

The pictures below show different ways you can combine similar styles of earrings to give a little glitz to your table setting. Most of the earrings are the clip-on, but you can also use the pierced or screw-on.



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