Very pretty and much nicer than the now legendary TRC!
So cute! The best things come in small packages, and this is a winner!
This is such a great idea. Thank you so much for sharing such a creative idea:):):)Yours turned out beautifully!Ann Flowersflowerscrazyq@gmail.com
So cute and such a good idea! I have napkin rings I never use. These would be so cute for a ladies luncheon. That's is MA have a luncheon, I am on my way!Debbie
Nope we didn't mutter that...rather,it was..."Small is beautiful!! " :)Deepa
lovely and useful christmas pressies, but you can't hear me whispering from here, too far away.
These are lovely and what a great idea!
easy peasey is always good.
So cute. Now where on earth are my napkin rings???
What a clever idea for recycling napkin rings.
What a great idea! Of course, now you need to tell us what you do with the bottom of the napkin ring and how you hold it all together. Glue?
Lucky scraps nestled in silver napkin rings. Bit like being born with a silver spoon in your mouth?
I love these, they are so ''precious''!
Adorable...and no need to use sterling silver ,I have some interesting odd bakelite or plastic ones, and I've seen china ones too...fun to look for odd mapkin rings in the thrift stores
That is great and I was thinking that. I love little things. Little books, little nick nacs, little cards...you get the message.Hope you had a great day and thanks for the tutorial too, I probably need to make one since I just use my chair when I am in the living room :)
So cute! Gotta make me some.
Your pincushions are sooooo sweet, and you made 12 of them? If you like small pincushions well save your bottle caps and check these out Pretty PincushionsThey are sooooo sweet, but you might only get a few pins in them LOL
this is extraordinary cute...looking so beautiful...really decent....
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