Hey friends! I’m back with another inexpensive craft project for you! And, don’t even think about running away because “you’re not creative”, or “you can’t paint”. This is easy and they don’t have to look professional to look cute – trust me, mine are far from perfect!! 😉
Hey there friends!! I’ve been wanting one on these rustic signs for our front porch for a while. In fact, it’s been on my to-do list for quite a few years, but I have never gotten around to it. Until this year!! I’m so excited to add this to our outdoor decorations! It’s not perfect, which is exactly what I wanted!
Hope you had a great time celebrating Thanksgiving with family and friends!! We sure did! 🙂 I’m gonna have to work out a little extra over the next couple of weeks to counteract all the eating I did. 😳 But, it was worth it! Thanksgiving food is some of my favorite!!
So Thanksgiving is over and now I can talk about Christmas! I know, I know, I’m so far behind most of my blogger friends, but I am a purest – one holiday at a time. Also, with hosting Thanksgiving, I really don’t want to confuse my guests! 😆
You may have seen this project around the blogosphere before. It’s certainly not a new idea. But, it’s not one that I had tried before and thought you might like a tutorial. 😉
Hey there! We are hosting Thanksgiving this year and I just about have my plan for the table all together in my head. Now I just need to pull all the pieces together. I found some cute napkins at At Home on clearance. No orange or yellow but still fallish. I just needed napkin rings of some sort. I had thought of using wire, but when I was at Hobby Lobby (to buy the wire) I spotted some wired jute in the fall section…80% off.
I can never pass up a sale like that so my plan changed. The constructing of the napkin rings was experimental for sure but I’ll show you how I made the ones I finally settled on.
Here is how it looked then.