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DIY Lace Napkin Rings Tutorial

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Ann-Kay Design
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Materials:

– Lace Trim

– Scissors

– Mod Podge

– Paintbrush

– Cardboard Tube

– Baking Paper

– Rubber Bands

– Pins

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Instructions:

1. Cover the cardboard tube with baking paper and secure the paper with two rubber bands

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2. Wrap the lace around the tube until it overlaps (1cm). Attach two pins to make sure the lace stays in place, then cut off the excess lace.

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4. Apply Mod Podge and generously “paint” the lace until it is covered completely

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5. Let dry in an upright position (4-5 hours)

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6. Remove the pins and rubber bands, and slip the lace ring off the cardboard tube, along with the baking paper

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7. Carefully push away the baking paper

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And that’s it!

Aside from the drying time this is a super fast and easy DIY. Now make as many rings as you need, and depending on the length of your cardboard tube you can make more than one at a time.

Use the lace napkin rings solo or in combination with burlap, twine, ribbon or anything that comes to your mind.

 

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Images by Ann-Kay Design

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Ms Gingham says: Great idea! Fully adaptable from rustic to vintage themes! Love it!

Natascha says: “Owner of the etsy store Ann-Kay Design, I’m a girl from Germany who fell in love with weddings after I started planning my own beach wedding in Florida. Aside from weddings and events I love my husband (of course!), our crazy parakeets, photography, travel, the beach and all things turquoise.”

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