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Paint Chip Napkin Rings

Paint Chip Napkin Rings
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Tulips were the hot item at the farmers market this weekend.  I couldn’t resist grabbing a gorgeous pink bouquet to spruce up the dining room table.  To compliment my spring-y, bright centerpiece, I decided to craft some napkin rings from pastel colored paint chips.  I loved the final result, and the craft take less than a minute to complete!

Photo/Art by Christine Chitnis
Instructions: Cut a paint chip sample so it measures about 4″ long, 1.5″ wide.  Secure the ends together using tiny dots of hot glue.  Roll napkin, and place ring around to secure!
Photo/Art by Christine Chitnis
I hope it’s beginning to feel like Spring where you are…I know that setting our clocks an hour ahead this past weekend sure helped!
Photo/Art by Christine Chitnis

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