Printable Garden Party Paper Napkin Rings

Please click on the free printable napkin ring template below to see it larger and download.

If you've ever looked for napkin rings to make at home, look no further. This free printable red and white napkin ring will corral your flatware with style, whether you use paper or cloth napkins; or stainless, sterling or plastic knives, forks and spoons. Quentin Nardi has photographed our homemade paper napkin ring above with a turquoise napkin, which is a lovely cool-looking compliment to the warmer tones in the crisp red checked gingham and strawberries in the design. That color also blends well with the greenery that surrounds the strawberries. If you happen to be fresh out of turquoise napkins, though; white, red, green or even yellow-orange would also look great.

If you prefer a different look, you can also use the napkin rings with patterned napkins, as shown on the left.

Making these homemade napkin rings couldn't be simpler. Just download the napkin ring template below by clicking on it and saving it to your hard drive (right-click if you have a PC; control-click if you have a Mac). Then, just print as many as you need for your party and cut them with a paper cutter or craft knife and a straight-edge. Once they're cut, use them to encircle your napkin-wrapped flatware and then either tape them or use a glue stick to keep them closed. Double-stick tape also works well, especially if you don't want the tape to show.

Download the template here by clicking on it:


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Credits: Thanks to Granny of GrannyArt.Blogspot.com, Cajoline of Cajoline-Scrap.Blogspot.com, Le Petit Scrap/YoYoScrap.Blogspot.com for the images used to create these napkin rings, and to Quentin Nardi for her lovely photos.
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