- Chenille stems
- Colored rubber bands
- Plastic tableware
- Purple dinner-size napkins
1. Download the free project pattern. (Downloading requires Adobe Acrobat software.)
2. Refer to the downloaded patterns to make a cat, bat, or ghost napkin ring.
3. Fold a chenille stem over a rubber band at what becomes the top loop of the figure, and bend back into shape as shown.
4. Stack the knife, fork, and spoon, and wrap a napkin around the tableware.
5. Wrap the rubber band around the tableware and napkin near the center of the handles.
Note: After the party meal, the napkin rings become fun bracelets for the guests to wear.
- 2 clear deep-dish plastic plates
- Card stock: purple, yellow, white, and black
- Haunted house die cut
- Paper punches: 1-3/4-inch-diameter circle and bat
- Double-stick tape and glue stick
1. Cut a circle of purple card stock to fit inside the front of a plastic plate. Referring to the photo as a guide, punch out windows of the haunted house die cut and slightly trim the top and right edges of the door.
2. Cut pieces of card stock to back the punched-out areas, using white behind the ghost and yellow for the remaining windows and door; tape in place.
3. Use the punches and card stock to make one yellow moon and three black bats.
4. Tape or glue the die cut and the card stock pieces on the purple circle.
5. Tape the assembled Halloween scene to the front of the plate.
6. Place the second plate on top of the scene.
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