So how cute is this! I'm hosting Thanksgiving at my house this year (a first!) and I think I may have to impress my family with these burlap napkin rings (cause I don't think I'll be impressing them with my cooking!!)Jane
Great project Karen! I love this turkey!
A napking and a place card all in one--how cute and how smart. Even I might be able to do this even I can find the fabric. :) Thanks!
Very creative, Karen! I can't believe all the ways burlap is popping up!
Very neat! What a great idea! I might have to try this! Thanks for the step by step instructions!!
I have something like this in mind and these are adorable!!!Thanks for the instructions too!!
Karen, those are adorable!!!
Too stinkin' cute!
What a great idea! THey look great!
OH! I just love these. They would go perfectly with my decor this year.
This has many possibilities doesn't it. I'll bet you hear back from bloggers who add their own touch to your idea.
wow , I didn't know there was photo fabric --cool! Hmm, wonder where I could find that around my little town?
Wow, thanks so much for all your comments! I'm so happy you all like my little project!NannyKim, I just did a search and you can order it online through Target.
Oh, aren't these so cute!Be a sweetie,Shelia ;)
These look super easy and so cute! Thanks for sharing the idea. Have a great week.Charla
You are certainly on top of the Thanksgiving holidays. Your napkin rings are great. Thanks for sharing this idea.
What a neat and original idea!Very nice!...Christine
I love me some burlap!!!
My first visit, you have a great blog and lots of wonderful ideals. I will have to grab your button. Thanks for visiting, hope you come back soon. Sandy
Thank you for sharing this project. I normally don't do napkin rings but those ones are brilliant. I might have a go. Petra.
Very nice! I really like the use of burlap.
I LOVE the printer fabric and use it all the time for projects...they also have adhesive fabric (to avoid the sewing or gluing!) These are really cute napkin rings!
What a fun idea! Love this. :-)
This idea is so very cute and clever!
I love this idea, what a great way to get a lot of napkin rings for a little money! Beeutiful - jennifer
Another neat idea! The supply seems never ending!
I feel inspired every time I come to see what new project you are working on. Truly.
It's a great idea!!
So cute! Perfect burlap project and perfect for Thanksgiving! Thank you for adding your creativity to the DIY holiday party! :)One of these days I'm going to join your party. Off to check it out!Roeshel
What a wonderful idea. Burlap is used for everything these days. I love the napkin rings.This would be a great post to link up at my Sharing Thanksgiving post. Come on over and link up. :)
They look great! My niece made felt napkin rings years ago...they are just not as nice as yours but I'm too chicken to stop using them and hurt her feelings :(
That turned out so well! I am going to do burlap tablecloth and napkins for Thanksgiving. I am still trying to decide what kind of napkins. Love yours!XOOXJen
Love these! Burlap seems to be "the" thing right now! I'm just gonna have to go get some so I can try all the cute crafts I keep seeing.Love it.DenasweetpicklesandchocolateI don't have a craft today but stop by if you have a chance.
Those are so cute. Thanks for sharing.
You know I love those!
Great project. Too bad I already have Thanksgiving napkin rings. Drats!!!
What a cute idea....I'm hosting a tutorial contest this month and you could enter this...there are some lovely prizes. :)
I love using the burlap, such an earthy, rustic feel :)
Karen, those are so lovely! So special! I've always wondered about that photo fabric. Looks like it works splendidly. Okay, I'll have to give it a try. On another note, I don't know if you "do" blog awards. I know they can be time consuming. I've given you an award at Rook No. 17, but no pressure and no obligation to do anything with it. I'm not the type of blogger that asks for anything in return or keeps a tab.
Simple and fun idea and not just for Thanksgiving.
Wonderful idea. I have so many burlap bags, and they even have a stiff backing.
Those are fabulous! I've never tried the photo fabric before. Must.try.it.
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