Dr. Suess DIY Nifty Napkin Rings

Dr. Seuss DIY: Nifty Napkin Rings

Are you having a Dr. Seuss themed party or celebration? Then why not get your napkins looking nifty when you craft these nifty napkin rings! These Dr. Seuss nifty napkin rings are such a simple craft to make, plus they are so frugal. You can make them using a few common materials, and in no time have the fanciest and most festive napkin rings on the block. Take a peek below at how to make your own!

Dr. Seuss DIY Nifty Napkin Rings

Dr. Seuss Nifty Napkin Rings

Supplies needed:
Cardboard roll (toilet paper or paper towel works great)
Bright blue accent scrapbook paper
Red pipe cleaner
Dr. Seuss color copies

We were able to find the scrapbook paper from our sample picture at Hobby Lobby for around .25 cents a sheet. A little goes a long way. For the hat used on the napkin ring, you can either cut designs from a Dr. Seuss book from your local thrift store, or, make color copies of one you already have. The choice is up to you and your preferences.

Directions:
1. Begin by wrapping the cardboard roll in the scrapbook paper. Secure it with glue and trim off any extra paper.
2. Cut the roll in half, or two inch sections. This is the perfect size.
3. Wrap a section of red pipe cleaner around the napkin ring. Bend the pipe cleaner into a bow shape. This will represent the Cat in the Hat’s bow tie.
4. Now glue on a cut out shape from your color copies. We chose the famous red and white striped hat.

Now all you need to do is roll up your napkins and slip them though the napkin rings. How easy is that? Give these Dr. Seuss napkin rings a try and see how fun it can be to celebrate Seuss!

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I will also be sharing how to make a Dr. Seuss DIY Beautiful Bunting Book Banner and a Dr. Seuss DIY Perfect Party Hat later today. Be on the look out!



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