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Decoupage Napkin Rings

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Homemade decoupage napkin rings


These napkins rings are simple to make and cost very little. They're a great way to make a table set for dinner look extra special.

Time: 15 minutes
Age: 5 - 10s and Over 10s
Level: Easy



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Keep paper from presents and reuse


Materials
Toilet roll tube
PVA or decoupage glossy glue
Paintbrush
Thin wrapping paper, tissue paper or specialist decoupage paper

Method
Ask an adult to slice your toilet roll tube into rings.



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A bread knife works well to slice through the toilet roll


Cut your paper into different sized pieces, thin pieces work best.



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Glue an area of the ring and place on a piece of paper.



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Smooth it gently from the inside to outside.
Apply a little more glue over the top.
Repeat with more paper, making sure you overlap and cover each piece with glue.
Leave to fully dry.



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If you're making these to give as a present, you could match to a colour scheme or pick a theme like Christmas. You can even cut out patterns from paper and paste those over the top.

Categories
#Easy
#5 to 10s
#Over 10s
#Napkin Ring
#Decoupage
#Mothers Day
#Christmas
#Birthday Party
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