DIY Flower Napkin Ring & Picture Frame Place Card

Place photographs of each person at your Easter table in frames covered with decorative paper. A fabric flower (tutorial below) in one corner brings in a touch of spring. Pair with a matching napkin ring.

  • For Place Card
  • plain, unused picture frame
  • scrapbook paper
  • Mod Podge
  • fabric scrap of your choice
  • coordinating felt
  • fabric scissors
  • hot glue gun
  • miniature straw wreath
  • For Napkin Ring
  • fabric scraps in three coordinating colors/patterns
  • fabric scissors
  • colored felt
  • hot glue gun

For Place Card

Remove the glass from the picture frame. Trace the outside and inside of the frame onto a piece of decorative scrapbook paper.

Cut out the frame outline.

Apply a coat of Mod Podge directly to the frame, and place the paper on the frame.

Apple a second coat of Mod Podge on top of the paper. (Add photo when dry.)

Make a fabric flower and attach with glue to corner of frame.

For Napkin Ring

Cut a strip of fabric about 1-inch wide and 18-inches long.

Sew a long straight stitch down the center of the fabric, and pull one string of thread at the ends to create a ruffle.

Wrap the ruffled fabric around a napkin and tie in the front.

Make fabric flowers and attach with glue to corner of frame.

How to Make a Fabric Flower

You'll need this tutorial for a fabric flower to make the above crafts the way I did.

Step 1: Cut 6 circles out of each fabric. I cut six large circles from one and six smaller circles from another fabric.

Step 2: Fold each circle in half.

Step 3: Then, fold in half again.

Step 4: Cut a circle out of felt.

Step 5: Glue the fabric petals to the felt circle in a clockwise direction, and glue a smaller felt circle in the center.

Step 6: Glue the smaller flower to the bottom of the large one. Glue both to the center of the ruffle napkin ring.

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