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Hanukkah Charm Napkin Rings

Wrap up your holiday napkins with these charming bracelets.

Add a sparkling note to you Hanukkah table with these colorful napkin rings. Each ring features blue and silver beads, plus an individual holiday-theme charm.

Materials and Tools

  • 2-inch-round Memory Wire (available at craft stores or jewelry-making suppliers)
  • Glass beads: blue
  • Seed beads: silver
  • Hanukkah charms (menorah, dreidel, and Star of David)
  • Wire cutters
  • Pliers


1. Using a wire cutter, cut wire in segments about 1 1/2 to 2 coils long.

2. With pliers, turn under 1/4 inch at one end of the wire, forming a loop. Squeeze the loop closed. String beads on the opposite end of the wire, adding a charm halfway through the beading.

3. Finish stringing the wire with beads, leaving 1/2 inch unbeaded at the end. Turn under 1/4 inch on the unbeaded wire; squeeze the loop closed.


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