Simple and rustic are two of my favorite words! And these Birch Napkin Rings certainly fit the bill. I love that this DIY can be done in about 10-15 minutes too.
A couple of years ago, I stumbled upon some small birch rounds that were used to make napkin rings somewhere (no idea where now, womp womp womp). I tucked the idea away and last week it came to fruition.
Fortunately, I had some small birch rounds I had picked up at Michael’s, so I was ready to officially kick this project off. Let’s take a peak, shall we? (Affiliate links are used below. Thanks so much for supporting Live Laugh Rowe).
Supplies for Birch Napkin Rings
The hubs helped to make a template for the birch rounds and drilling. You can use a template or wing it, whichever you’re more comfortable with.
One: Drill four holes into each of the birch rounds.
Two: Cut hemp twine.
Three: Thread hemp twine through the birch rounds.
Four: Wrap extra hemp twine around napkin (once or twice) and tie into a bow or knot (on the bottom).
That’s it! These birch napkin rings are perfect for wedding decor, dinner parties, picnics and more. I can’t wait to use them for some outdoor entertaining.
I paired mine with some beautiful linen fabrics to complete the rustic look I envisioned.