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Felt Star Napkin Rings

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Need a creative, crafty way to hold your napkins and silverware at your 4th of July party?  Try these fourth of July felt and button star napkin rings!  They are not only decorative, but they are also patriotic.
 

4th of July Star Napkin Rings

 
Materials:

  •  Metal star cookie cutters (or freehand your own star shape)
  •  Blue felt and Red felt
  • Red embroidery floss
  • Disappearing ink fabric marking pen
  • Rotary fabric cutter (a DIY staple!)
  • Clear fabric ruler
  • Self-healing mat
  • Good fabric scissors

For table:

  • White buffet plates
  • Buffet silverware 

 

Instructions:

1.  Cut blue rings
 

Merriment :: Fourth of July felt and button star napkin rings by  Kathy Beymer
 

2.  Cut blue strips 6″ wide x 1.5″ tall using a rotary cutter, clear fabric ruler and rotary mat.


Merriment :: Fourth of July felt and button star napkin rings by  Kathy Beymer

3.  Fold each strip in half and cut with a pair of scissors to make two blue rings.
 

4.  Cut ring slits

Merriment :: Fourth of July felt and button star napkin rings by  Kathy Beymer
 

5.  Measure 1/2″ from the left side and cut a slit halfway through (so your slit will be half of the 1.5″ tall). Repeat on the right side, but make sure the slit is opposite like in the photo above.
 

6.  Cut stars
 

Merriment :: Fourth of July felt and button star napkin rings by  Kathy Beymer
 

7.  Trace your star cookie cutter or freehand your own star shape onto the red felt and cut out. Use disappearing ink pen if you can; I am lazy and used a Sharpie so I just cut inside the lines to make up for it.
 

Merriment :: Fourth of July felt and button star napkin rings by  Kathy Beymer
 

8.  Cut one star for each ring.
 

9.  Attach stars to ring with button
 

Merriment :: Fourth of July felt and button star napkin rings by  Kathy Beymer
 

10.  Place your star in the middle of the blue ring. Place a small button on top. I like making the buttons and stars off-center because it gives it more energy.
 

Merriment :: Fourth of July felt and button star napkin rings by  Kathy Beymer
 

11.  Using a needle and red embroidery thread, sew through the button, star and ring to secure. Tie a knot in the back.
 

12.  Place on napkins
 

Merriment :: Fourth of July felt and button star napkin rings by  Kathy Beymer
 

13.  Roll your silverware in a napkin and secure the tabs to close the ring. As mentioned earlier, I used high-quality paper napkins and plastic silverware for the BBQ, so if you’re using fabric or silverware then you may need to make larger rings.
 

Merriment :: Fourth of July felt and button star napkin rings by  Kathy Beymer
 

14.  This is what the back will look like. Bring on the burgers!
 

Merriment :: Fourth of July felt and button star napkin rings by  Kathy Beymer

 

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