Quick and Simple DIY Pumpkin Pie Scented Napkin Rings

In keeping with our Quick and Simple DIY holidays, we have a great Pumpkin Pie Scented Napkin Ring idea to share with you! Laura brings both simplicity and style, enjoy!
Thanksgiving Napkin Ring Photo A Beauty Shot

Pumpkin Pie Scented Napkin Rings
By Laura Bray
Delight your Thanksgiving guest’s senses with these beautiful napkin rings. By using the AdTech Pumpkin Pie Scented Glue Sticks, your table will be lightly scented with the inviting smell of pumpkin pie. It’s an extra touch that will make your holiday meal a memorable one.

Thanksgiving Napkin Ring Photo B

Supplies Needed:
AdTech Pumpkin Pie Scented Glue Sticks
AdTech Hi Temp Precision Pro Glue Gun
Americana Chalkboard Paint
Small, wood plaque the shape of your choice, measuring approximately 2-3 inches
Turkey or other Fall embellishments
Ribbon
Cardboard tube. I used a tube from a paper towel and cut it into 1” sections
Decorate paper

Step 1: Paint the wood plaque with chalkboard paint. Allow to dry completely.
Thanksgiving Napkin Ring Photo C
Step 2: Using the AdTech Hi Temp Precision Pro Glue Gun and AdTech Pumpkin Pie Scented Glue Sticks, glue the embellishments and ribbon onto the front of the plaque. Make sure you leave enough room to write a name on the plaque.

Thanksgiving Napkin Rings Photo DStep 3: Using the glue gun and scented glue sticks, glue decorative paper around the 1” cardboard tube, then glue the plaque onto the cardboard tube.Thanksgiving Napkin Ring Photo EStep 4: Write your guest’s name on the chalkboard plaque and slip a napkin through the tube.
Tip: If you are in hurry and need to save time, skip painting the small wood plaques and simply buy small chalkboard shapes for this project.

 

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