Dress-up your table and showcase your creativity with handmade napkin rings!
Makers of all skill levels will love the satisfaction of a quick finish.
We invite you to join the fun and make your own kraft-tex projects each month along with us. If you do create something with kraft-tex, please snap a photo of your creation and tag us on Instagram @ctpublishing.
Kraft-tex Napkin Rings
By Sophie Scardaci
Using kraft-tex for napkin rings is a great alternative to paper because of its durability. Unlike paper, it doesn’t easily tear or warp by moisture. These rings are also great because they store flat in an envelope, taking minimum storage space. Keep them simple in decoration or go all out and decorate them with paint, pens or glitter. When purchasing kraft-tex for this project, one roll of your favorite color (we used Denim) will make plenty of rings with scraps for another project. You could also make a variety of colors with a sampler pack. You should get 2-3 rings out of a 8½ x 11 sheet from the sampler pack.
1 roll of kraft-tex
Gold paint (for deer antlers)
Cotton or mini pompom (for bunny tail)
Other pens and paint you may want to use.
- Print out napkin template
- Cut out template
- Trace on to kraft-tex with pencil or chalk pencil
- Cut out napkin ring from kraft-tex including slits
- Paint antlers or embellish
- Assemble by sliding sides together at the slits
Slide your favorite napkin through your new napkin rings. We made two types of napkins from Tantalizing Table Toppers by Judy Gauthier, a simple mitered luncheon and a two-sided 20” napkin.
kraft-tex ambassador patterns
Read on for even more denim kraft-tex inspiration from our talented group of kraft-tex ambassadors:
Search #krafttexambassador on Instagram to see new creations each month.