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Easy Felt Leaf Napkin Rings for Thanksgiving

By Cindy Hopper

If you want a simple way to make your Thanksgiving table festive and let older children help in the decorating these leaf napkin rings will be the perfect activity!

Just a few simple supplies and you can get your table holiday ready!

Felt Leaf Napkin Ring Supplies

  • felt sheets in fall colors (found at craft or sewing store)
  • fabric or tacky glue
  • scissors
  • leaf napkin ring template

leaf napkin ring supplies

Download the leaf napkin ring template. Print and cut out. Draw around template on felt.

Leaf Napkin Ring Template

leaf napkin ring template

Cut out the leaf shape and also the top and bottom of the acorn. Cut a small slip at the bottom of the leaf on ONE side. Be sure to not cut too close to the edge.

leaft napkin ring cut

Glue acorn together then glue acorn to leaf on the end with the slit.

leaf napkin ring glue

Allow glue to dry. Once dry bring the leaf opposite the slit through the back of the slit. Pull until leaf comes through.  I think it is easiest to do this around a folded napkin instead of trying to slip the napkin into the finished ring.  How easy was that! We are making them in all different colors so our table will be filled with beautiful fall colored leaves!

leaf napkin ring

Thanksgiving Felt Leaf Napkin Rings by Cindy Hopper for Alphamom.com

 

If you like these felt leaf napkin rings for fall you might want to make some felt holly napkin rings for Christmas!

Find more Thanksgiving Crafts for kids here.

About the Author

Cindy Hopper

Cindy Hopper was fortunate to be raised in a family who appreciated the arts. This background led to a Bachelor’s Degree in Art Education. With a keen eye for design and color, Cindy has cont...

Cindy Hopper was fortunate to be raised in a family who appreciated the arts. This background led to a Bachelor’s Degree in Art Education. With a keen eye for design and color, Cindy has continued her love of art and is now passing her creative skills on to her three children. Cindy’s family and friends are the beneficiaries of her passion for fun and meaningful creative projects.

Cindy’s personal blog, Skip to My Lou, has taken her love of a project to new levels. Postings keep the family busy -– from testing new recipes for holiday treats to designing and building floats for a neighborhood parade to making fabric rolls to hold crayons to creating themed parties. Cindy seems to have an unending supply of ideas for gifts, parties and rainy days.

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