Flower And Ribbon Napkin Ring
This pretty red napkin ring has a lot going for it. The clay ring is embossed with a basket weave with white ribbon weaving in and out. Red and glitter white flower petals are the focus of this project and made complete by a single white pearl. Divinely sweet, this table decor is sure to create as much conversation as the meal!
IMPORTANT NOTE - Setting numbers vary on clay conditioning machines. On my Sculpey machine the thickest setting is 1, the thinnest is 9.
step 1 - Smooth aluminum foil over a 1.50” round cookie cutter tucking the excess foil inside the cutter.
step 12 - Bake the napkin ring in a 275 degree oven for 30 minutes on a foil wrapped baking sheet. Allow to cool completely before handling. Gently squeeze the ring to loosen it from the clay. Pull on the excess aluminum foil to slip the clay off the ring.
step 13 - Weave the ribbon through the holes in the clay. Glue the ends to the inside of the clay ring. Saturate the raw edges of the ribbon to keep them from fraying.
- Premo red and glitter white clay
- acrylic roller
- Etch n’ Pearl tool
- clay conditioning machine
- clay cutting blade or craft knife
- 6mm pearl
- Aleene’s Tacky Glue
- Darice basket weave Embossing Folder
- 3/8” wide ribbon
- heavy duty aluminum foil
- 1.50” cookie cutter