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Rest-in-Peace Napkin Rings for Halloween

Use fabric and a creepy skeleton to create this piece for your Halloween table setting.

What You'll Need:

  • Lightweight cardboard
  • Black-and-white houndstooth fabric
  • Hot-glue gun
  • Stretchable skeleton

How to Make It:

For each napkin ring, cut a 1-1/2x7-inch piece of cardboard. Cut a matching piece from houndstooth, adding 1/2 inch to all edges. Center the fabric over the cardboard and glue the excess fabric to the back. Roll the shape into a cylinder, overlapping the ends 3/4 inch. Hot-glue in place. Slide a napkin, flatware, and a rubber skeleton into the caddy.

To make your own napkins, cut 12x12-inch squares of black-and-white toile. Press under the edges 1/4 inch twice. Machine-sew the hems, mitering the corners for a neat finish.

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