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Recycled Cardboard Napkin Rings


Dip into your recycling for cardboard craft ideas. Before your next dinner party, create Recycled Cardboard Napkin Rings from Ann Butler to decorate your table. Use microbeads and cardstock to give your cutlery an unexpected touch of glamour.

Recycled Cardboard Napkin Rings


  • Cardstock: A Ladies Diary Collection #4500505
  • Aleene’s Clear Gel Tacky Glue
  • Micro beads
  • Paper towel roll
  • Scissors
  • Ruler, pen, paint brush


  1. Measure and cut paper towel roll into 1 1/4” pieces.

    Recycled Cardboard Napkin Rings
  2. Cut cardstock into 12” x 1 1/4” strips (one strip for each napkin ring).  Cut these strips in half.

    Recycled Cardboard Napkin Rings
  3. Glue one strip to the outside of ring and one to the inside of the ring. Stripe side showing.

    Recycled Cardboard Napkin Rings
  4. Cut three flowers for each napkin ring, layer and glue center of flowers on top of each other.

    Recycled Cardboard Napkin Rings
  5. Curl up the edges of the flowers, using paint brush place glue onto flower layers and inside and outside of napkin ring to stiffen; let dry.

    Recycled Cardboard Napkin Rings


For a comprehensive video tutorial of this project, check out How to Make Paper Towel Roll Napkin Rings.

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