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Easy DIY Napkin Rings To Make With Your Kids

Any dinner with your friends and family needs some cool table setting and you should be attentive to the details. You can make awesome napkin rings together with your kids and have fun. The supplies are toilet rolls, scissors, hobby paint, brush, a hole punch, a needle and yarn. Start by cutting the rolls in half and make some holes with a hole punch to make the embroidering easy. Graph paper may be used as a template for the pattern. Paint the rolls with some hobby paint but don’t use water colors not to smear. Do the embroidery and when finished tie the ends together. Set the table and enjoy your work!

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