How to make:
Adjust the length of rectangle
according to the type of napkins you use:
Cut a rectangle of red felt 1 3/4 x 7" long.
2. Cut the ends of the
rectangle as shown in the picture.
3. Apply gold glitter
paint along the side of each of the circular ends. Let dry.
4. Cut two rectangles
out of red felt 2 3/4 x 3" to make the blooms of the flower.
5. Cut the two rectangles
curving the edges of the flower as shown in the picture.
Apply gold glitter paint along the sides as shown in the picture.
7. Cut one rectangle
out of green felt 3 1/2 x 3 1/4" to make the leaves of the flower.
8. Cut the rectangle
curving the edges of the leaves as shown in the picture.
9. Apply gold glitter
paint along the sides as shown in the picture. Let dry.
10. Turn the long rectangular
felt over and apply gold glitter paint along the side of each of the
circular ends. (Optional) Let dry.
11. Place one red bloom
on top of the leaves, so that you can see a leaf in-between each part
of the bloom.
12. Place another red
bloom on top of the first red bloom. Rotate so that you see the first
red bloom parts between the one on the top.
13. Measure the width
of the long rectangular felt (napkin ring) at the "neck"
(immediately after the round area) of the napkin ring.
14. Pick up all 3 pieces
and fold in half.
15. With your scissors,
cut a slit through all the layers that would measure 1/2 the width
of the "neck" of the napkin ring.
16. Open up the 3 pieces.
17. Insert one end of
the napkin ring through all 3 pieces (beginning with the leaves).
18. Insert the other
end of the napkin ring through all 3 pieces.
19. Insert your napkin
into the napkin ring.
20. Place on your table
and enjoy using your napkin rings!
This would make a nice gift to give someone on your
Poinsettia Pony Bead Pattern
Red Pony Beads
Burgundy or Brown Pony Beads
Yards of Satin Cord
String beads 1-6. Loop around and lace again
through bead 1 to form a circle. Beads should be about 2" from
one end. Using other lace, string beads 7-11. Loop around and lace
back through bead 10. String beads 12 & 13 and lace back through
bead 7 and again through bead 1, then through bead 2. Repeat steps
beginning with bead 7 for each petal. To finish tie laces together
and trim close to knot. secure with a drop of white glue.