As a kid, it was usually my job to set the table when we had parties and guests over. I loved taking my mom's china and silver out and folding the napkins in fancy ways. It's still one of my favorite parts of hosting and the holidays. With the help of my trusty Cricut Explore machine, I made these glittered deer napkin rings in short order. (And fear not my non Cricut owners, I'm working on a printable PDF for you, so you can make these with some card stock and a pair of scissors.)
Using the Tablescapes Fall and Winter cartridge, I cut out these deer napkin rings in charcoal grey, white and mint card stock. Then I simply applied some white glue to just the antlers of the deer with a small paint brush and sprinkled some fine gold glitter on them. Let them dry completely and then wrapped them around napkins (I'm saving some laundry this year and using these IKEA wood grain paper ones).
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