Thanksgiving Napkin Rings
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Thanksgiving Napkin Rings

Hats off to the first Thanksgiving! These two projects bring Native Americans and Pilgrims together again at your holiday table.

Native Headband Napkin Rings

What You Need:

Kids will love these bright
napkin holders.

  • Cardboard paper towel tube
  • Scissors
  • Markers
  • Glue
  • Red, blue, green, yellow, orange, and brown construction paper

Instructions:

1. Cut a cardboard circle from the tube. Each napking ring you want to make should be about 3/4-inch wide.

2. Decorate the tube. Use markers to draw a Native American design or cut out pieces from the construction paper.

3. Cut a tiny feather from construction paper. Glue the base of the feather inside the band.

4. Add variety to the table. Make napkin rings using different designs and colors.

Pilgrim Hat Napkin Rings


These cute hats make great
table toppers.

  • Cardboard paper towel tube
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Yellow and black construction paper

Instructions:

1. Cut a cardboard circle from the tube. For each napkin ring you want to make, cut tube about 3 inches wide. Cover with black construction paper by using glue.

2. Cut a 3-1/2-inch circle out of black construction paper for bottom of hat.

3. Make the hat's band. Cut a 1/2-inch white strip of construction paper for band around the tube.

4. Make a buckle. Use yellow construction paper to cut out buckle and glue to white band.

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