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Decorating Farmhouse Decor

Easy Wood Bead Napkin Rings

It’s not secret that I love wood bead ele­ments in my home and if you’re read­ing this I am guess­ing you share the same wood bead obses­sion that I do right? What did we ever do before “farm­house” decor haha.

In addi­tion to this super cute nap­kin ring I also enjoyed mak­ing this super cute and sim­ple DIY WOOD BEAD TASSEL using some of the very same sup­plie we’re using here.

Supplies Needed for Napkin Rings

I used nat­ur­al pol­ished 121.9 mm hemp (jew­el­ry mak­ing hemp) and 2 dif­fer­ent sized wood beads (not sure on mea­sure­ments), and scis­sors of course

First , grab your scis­sors and cut a piece of hemp. I think mine was about 12 in give or take. It can be trimmed down right before adding your last bead so son’t sweat it.

Start by tying one of your small­er beads to one end of your twine and tie in a knot to secure.

Basic dou­ble knots will do just fine.

After tying a small bead to one end, thread your larg­er bead onto your twine (This will be the cen­ter focal point of the nap­kin rings when we’re fin­ished)

Then loop your bead around and back through the bead from the oth­er direc­tion, cre­at­ing a cir­cle.

Do this twice for added sta­bil­i­ty You are wel­come to use a heav­ier twine but in this case a dou­ble loop was nec­es­sary so it will hold the nap­kin in place once we cinch it togeth­er in the end.
Fin­ish by tying your sec­ond small bead to the naked end of the twine, clos­ing the loops.…and vio­la!

Sim­ply dupli­cate the steps per num­ber of seat­ing arrange­ments.

NEED MORE IDEAS FOR SETTING YOUR TABLE?

Check out this super easy sil­ver­ware pock­et made from brown paper bags!

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2 Comments

  • Reply
    Kathryn P
    at 2:55 AM

    REALLY cute! I’ll be try­ing these!

    • Reply
      roostandrestore
      at 1:18 AM

      Awe­some! They’re super easy!

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