Cricut has divided some amazing bloggers into teams and challenged each team member to come up with a project for their home. I am part of  Team 5 so we made our team theme for this months challenge… the number 5.

I made 5 golden rings! That is napkin rings.

DIY Bow Napkin Rings

This is a quick and easy project with the Cricut Explore Electronic Cutting Machine .  I used a shimmery gold flannel backed vinyl (made for tablecloths), metal D-rings and hot glue. All items can be found at a fabric store.

DIY Bow Napkin Rings Supplies

I used the bow from the gift wrap embellishment from the Design Space.  I deleted the objects I didn’t need and enlarged the bow.

cutting with the cricut

Choose cut 5 and it will neatly place 5 bows on the page. Super easy!

making a bow napkin ring with Cricut design

Place vinyl on mat, choose fabric setting, load mat and cut.

DIY Bow Napkin Ring tutorial

Put a dab of hot glue on one end of the bow piece and fasten to other end to make a circle.

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Pinch the middle and wrap the small rectangle around the bow. Fasten with hot glue.

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Flip it over and you have the perfect bow.

how to make bow napkin ring 4

Attach the D-ring to the back with hot glue. Cover the d-ring with a small square of vinyl.

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In no time at all you can make five golden rings perfect for your next dinner party!

Bow napkin rings with Cricut

The Cricut cut the vinyl cloth like butter! This vinyl table cloth material comes in such a variety of patterns and colors that the possibilities are endless for making cute napkin rings for any party!

DIY Bow napkin rings skiptomylou cricut

Please be sure to check out my fabulous team members and their “5” themed home decor projects!

100 Directions Blog – Five Fabulous Picture Frame Refrigertor Magnets

Create Craft Love – Five DIY Clipboard Kids Art Display

C.R.A.F.T. – High Five Notecards

Just Between Friends – Photo Collage

Cricut is giving away a new Explore machine every day until the end of July!  To enter,take a picture of a project (ANY project) and post to Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. Be sure to use the hashtag #IMadeIt and #cricut! Official entry rules.

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