To style unique napkin rings for special dinner parties, gather areas of deciduous vines in the autumn. Good choices for this job are grapevine, honeysuckle, herald vine, as well as wisteria.
1. Wrap a length of vine around the fingers of one hand three or 4 times to make a ring form with a within diameter or regarding 4 cm (1-1/2 in.). Usage wire twist-ties to hold the form temporarily.
2. Link the ring form in four places with slim, pliable areas of creeping plant. Wrap the vine around 3 or 4 times prior to knotting it. Let the rings dry out in an amazing, completely dry location for a week or more.
3. Decorate each napkin ring on one side with little dried out flowers, nuts, sheaths, and pinecones. Use these with an adhesive weapon as well as allow after that to dry completely before putting the paper napkins.