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Put a Ring On It

Are you going to put a ring on it or not? Now we’ll all have that song by Beyonce in our heads the rest of the day. Of course I’m talking about napkin rings. Thankfully the rules of table decorating aren’t as rigid as they used to be so a napkin ring isn‘t a necessity. With some many unique napkin folds and ways to display them, napkin rings are beginning to take a back seat. I’ve gathered a few for you to take a look at and tell me what you think. The prices run from the sublime to the ridiculous. Take a gander. By the way, the ones in the top shot are ones that I made.

From Pier 1, this beautiful Emerald Stone Napkin Ring. They sell for $4.95 each and could easily be used year round.

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Another Pier I lovely that also sells for $4.95. It looks holiday-ish, but I could see these used for bridal showers, engagement parties, or even an elegant birthday party.

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How cool is this, from Save on Crafts a fiber optic strand. I think this one is going on my wish list. For a young adult table this would be great or even a girls night in. If you do this, please invite me. I’ll bring dessert. Priced at 2.99 each or 12/28.80.

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Burlap is still all the rage and one of the nicest things about it is it’s versatility. At the bargain basement price of $1.99 at Factory Direct Crafts, you can’t beat it with a stick.

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These Song Bird rings from Horchow could also be a perennial favorite. Just be prepared to pay $120.00 for a set of four. Not necessarily a song and dance are they?

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If you want to do your DIY thing grab some ribbon, raffia, bakers twine, or even rick rack to wrap around your napkins. Setting a fancy scmancy table? Check out this rhinestone buckle I got at Hobby Lobby.

buckle napkin ring

Use the 40% off coupon and my friends you have a deal. Napkin ring selections are as varied as the hostess’ that use them. In your quest for napkin ring embellishments, don’t forget to let your fingers do the shopping on Amazon, Ebay and of course thrift stores.

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