Clearly, my love for flowers runs deep. And when combined with a DIY element, I tend to get a little crazy as far as excitement goes. But I'll try to keep my composure with today's DIY. Promise.
This project is actually from a while back, but I never shared it because...well, I forgot. It's an easy one, but it can make a big impact for an intimate dinner party (as we get ready for the holidays) or get together: how to make fresh floral napkin rings. The concept is similar to my framed flower mirror, but on a much, much smaller scale.
The full tutorial can be found right here on Project Wedding, but here's the gist before you click over...
I was thinking that if you found a larger metal ring to use, this would totally work as a bangle bracelet too - as an alternative to a corsage at a wedding or a fun jewelry piece for a party, etc.
And of course, you can customize it with whatever colors you want (based on the season) by choosing different flowers. My only recommendation is to stick to small blooms for this one, otherwise it starts to look weird. And nobody wants that.
What do you think? Would you make a few of these for a small gathering with friends?
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