Caution…this DIY Napkin holder is HOT for the holidays!
You can make a big impression this holiday season, and not just with the turkey! Learn how to make these DIY napkin holders to elevate your table settings this Thanksgiving and leave the family impressed. This is a versatile DIY and you can use a candy mold for any of the seasons. Make a napkin holder for Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, or just a fancy dinner party that goes with the current season. The possibilities are endless!
First, cut the twine.
While you are heating up your glue gun and glue stick, cut a piece of twine that is long enough that you can wrap it around silverware a couple of times.
Next, fill the molds.
Once the glue is ready to go, fill the molds with hot glue to about halfway.
Then, dip the twine in the hot glue.
At about halfway full, dip the center of your twine piece into the center of your mold and let it set. Then add more glue to top the mold off. Hold the twine strings out of the way of the glue.
Remove the glue from the mold.
After the pieces dry for about twenty minutes, pop them out of the mold.
Finally, paint the hot glue pieces.
You can paint it to match the rest of your table décor, or you can even use colored hot glue in this DIY to make it even more simple.
Repeat this process for as many table settings as you need and when you are all done, wrap the napkin holder around the silverware and napkins. These DIY napkin holders are sure to impress your guests this holiday season and are so versatile for each holiday. So get creative, and get crafting!
Jane Clauss is a lifestyle expert, radio and television host. She has a passion for upcycling by using her creativity and innovation and a drive for making happiness homemade! Learn more about Jane here!
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