How to Make Easy Floral Lace Serviette Rings
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July 19, 2017
Use cardstock, shimmer satin fabric, and flowers cut from leftover embroidered net lace fabric to make beautiful serviette rings. These serviette rings are a thrifty way to entertain during the summer, and can also be used to add a special touch to décor for a summer wedding.
Total Time: 15 minutes per serviette ring
Yield: one serviette ring
- two flowers cut from leftover white embroidered net lace fabric
- A6 sized light purple marble cardstock
- 7.1 x 1.5 in cardstock
- 6.7 x 1.3 in cardstock
- 8 x 2.4 in light purple crushed shimmer satin fabric*
- Giotto décor textile pens: sky blue and violet
- quick-drying craft glue (such as Bostik Clear)
- small standard scissors that can maneuver small angles
- old sheet of printer paper
* The shimmer satin used was light purple on one side and green on the other side.
- Glue each flower and a bit of the surrounding net fabric on to the purple marble cardstock.
- Use the textile pens to highlight certain areas of the flowers.
- Next, cut the flowers out.
- Glue the shimmer satin to the 7.1" x 1.5" cardstock with the green side of the fabric facing the cardstock. Note: While drying, place on a piece of printer paper with the satin facing upwards.
- Cut small slits into the parts of the fabric extending beyond the cardstock, fold the pieces of fabric over to the back of the cardstock and use sellotape to secure.
- Glue the 6.7" x 1.3" cardstock over the folded and sellotaped fabric to hide the fabric edges.
- Fold the fabric covered cardstock into a tube and glue together where it overlaps.
- Glue the flowers on to the cardstock tube to complete the serviette ring.
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