Slideshow Widget

More Ideas Of How To Use Napkin Rings

Monday, November 2, 2009

Only two more days until I draw the name of the lucky winner for the set of 12 berry wreath napkin rings!!
Make sure you leave a comment HERE so your name can be entered in for the drawing.
I came up with a few more ideas of how to use these napkin rings!!
How about a gift for the seamstress in the family?
Take a pair of scissors, a package of needles, buttons and a measuring tape and stack it all on top of the scissors. Rubber band them in place..add a bow and the crowing touch...a darling red berry wreath. Great for a stocking stuffer and a little gift for your neighbor or friend or put it in a basket with a pattern and some fabric!
Or how about for the cook! You could pick up most of the utensils at the dollar store!! Wooden spoons, spatulas, slotted spoon. Add a bow and of course the red berried wreath! Cute gift for the kids teachers at school!
Great gift to have on hand for a last minute gift!
Remember if you don't win the giveaway on Wednesday...you can purchase these napkin rings through my
Etsy shop (click Here)
...a set of 4 for $6.00 that is only $1.50 each!!


I will posting more ideas tomorrow as to what you can with the napkin Rings!!


25 Responses to “More Ideas Of How To Use Napkin Rings”

Beth at Aunties said...

These are so pretty any way you use them!
I Love these two gift ideas!

Debbie @ ribbonwoodcottage.blogspot.com said...

I love this! This is a great idea! I have so many sewing notions, I think I would like to group all of it...make some napkin rings and/or little gifts for my friends to take home. How fun!
LOVE IT!
DEBBIE

Julie Harward said...

Oh, you are just full of good ideas...they are so cute, can't wait to see the winner! Come say hi :D

LuLu said...

they are all great ideas.. you have my mind on gift ideas for teachers!
LuLu

Jen R. said...

What cute giveaways! Those rings are so cute!

koralee said...

I so adore your blog..off to visit your etsy store. Your images are amazingly sweet!

jenjen said...

So cute! I love those ideas!

XOXO
Jen

purplehomes said...

Lovely stuff...i love both your ideas...n thanks for droppin by at my blog ;)

Brock&Haili said...

I love this idea!! you could even use them for wedding gifts or holiday gifts for neighbors !!

Beth at Aunties said...

What size of the Baby Uggs do you have in stock? They are simply adorable!:) So is your cute granddaughter modeling them!!!
~♥

sweetpicklesandchocolate said...

I love your blog background and the napkin rings are adorable.
Thanks for visiting my blog-I'm following you too, can't wait to see all of your crafty ideas.
Dena
SweetPicklesandChocolate

Jenny said...

These are really clever and cute. They look so professionally executed. Impressive.

Jayne said...

Very unusual and great ideas for gift giving. I love your berry wreaths and particularly liked the way you did up a gift for a seamstress/quiltmaker or crafter (I avoid cooking at all costs, so the scissors caught my eye! lol).
Christmas Blessings,
Jayne at mysongwithin

~CC Catherine said...

What great gift giving ideas these are! Love them! ;) ~CC Catherine

Mary Ellen (megardengal) said...

I love the sewing idea gift!! Might just use this!

blessings
mary

Valeree said...

These are so very cute!! Thanks for having a giveaway! I'm off to check out your store :-)

laterg8r said...

those are fantastic and i love them as gift wrap too :D

laterg8r said...

those are fantastic and i love them as gift wrap too :D

laterg8r said...

those are fantastic and i love them as gift wrap too :D

laterg8r said...

those are fantastic and i love them as gift wrap too :D

laterg8r said...

those are fantastic and i love them as gift wrap too :D

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

I think they are darling! They could dress up any table.

Sue

Shannon @ Silver Trappings said...

Love your berry wreaths! And all the ways you show to use them. These little "gift bundles" are wonderful!

Carrie said...

Very cute idea! Thanks for sharing!

Sherri S said...

I love the spoon idea! Of course, my MOM sews but loving that idea too!