Perusing the pages of Pottery Barn can be a dangerous past time activity in my home. I came across some beautiful cream and blue coral napkin rings. Now to be honest, we don’t often use napkin rings or cloth napkins even in my home but for some reason these pretty coral rings caught my eye. The $33 price tag also caught my attention. I can do better than that! Let’s make our own for 1/5 the price! Sound good?
These are the Pottery Barn plastic coral beaded napkin rings seen below. Pretty aren’t they?
To make your own Blue Coral Napkin Rings you need the following:
Blue coral bead strands (these were from Michaels)
1 mm Stretch Cording
The two strands of coral beads ran around $3 each but I used my coupons and they were significantly less!
Remove the beads form the plastic cord they came on and thread them onto the stretch cording.
This is a great time to involve the little ones in your crafts! My baby enjoyed spending time with mom, counting the beads and threading them on the string. It’s great exercise in fine motor dexterity too!
The strand should measure approximately 5 inches in length.
Tie the stretch strand in a double knot and put tight. Clip the excess and you’re done! Easy-peasy! The amount shown will make 4 napkin rings and you will have a small amount of beads left over.
I bought the last two strands of blue coral that Michaels had, but I’ll be searching out the other Michaels stores for more strands because I’m thinking these would make some gorgeous bracelets!!
These beautiful iridescent blue coral napkin rings looked so pretty on my deck table! They were a perfect little piece of bling for my summer place settings!
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