This Mardi Gras napkin rings diy project is one of the easiest and cheapest projects you can create.
It’s perfect if you’re wanting a napkin ring for your Mardi Gras party because you can make it any color combination you choose.
And since they’re so cheap to make, you won’t feel you need to spend a lot on napkin rings you’ll use maybe once a year.
Supplies for DIY Mardi Gras Napkin Rings
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How to Make Napkin Rings for Mardi Gras
*Note the shower curtain rings and beads were from Dollar Tree which is what made these SO cheap to make.
Step 1: Spray paint curtain rings
A pack of shower curtain rings comes with 12 rings. This will make 6 napkin rings.
To diy Mardi Gras napkin rings, you will want to spray paint half of the rings one color, and the other half a different color.
Since the colors of Mardi Gras are purple, green, and gold, you can create any combination of these colors.
I opted to paint my rings green and gold.
Be sure and completely cover the shower curtain rings with the spray paint and allow plenty of time to dry.
Step 2: Attach beads to diy napkin rings
After your painted shower curtain rings are dry, you will glue them together.
Place hot glue around the top edge of one ring. Matched up the edges of your second ring and hold them together until the glue dries.
Now cut your bead necklace.
Place a little hot glue between the attached shower rings and adhere one cut end of your bead necklace. Then add a little more glue down between the rings and wrap the beads around the middle of the joined curtain rings.
When you get almost all the way around the rings, cut the bead necklace so it lines up with the starting end. Glue in place.
Step 3: Start using your Mardi Gras napkin rings diy
Now it’s time to use your easy diy napkin rings. Just slip them over your napkin and enjoy.
Be sure that the section where the rings join is facing down.
Check out how cute they look on my budget Mardi Gras tablescape.