Materials For Each Napkin Ring
3 antique furniture keys, 2” to 3” long
3 charms (we used an umbrella, a padlock, and a dove)
10-gauge black wire
20-gauge gold-look wire
24-gauge gold-look wire
5/8” wide organza ribbon, yellow/orange
round nose pliers
wire snips or flush cutters
Steps To Make One Napkin Ring
1. To wrap each furniture key, use the wire snips to cut a 48” length of wire. Wrap the wire around the key in tight coils. After ten wraps, slide on a charm, then continue wrapping to the bottom of the key. Trim the end of the wire. Cut a 6” length of organza ribbon, wrap twice around key, and tie in a simple knot. Trim the ends.
2. Cut an 8” length of 10-gauge wire. Bend one end into a hook using the pliers. For the other end, use the pliers to make a loop 2” from the end, then wrap the end twice around the wire at the base of the loop. Cut a 2-yard length of 24-gauge wire. Tightly wrap the 10-gauge wire with 24-gauge wire. Wrap the entire 10-gauge ring with tight wire coils. Bend into a ring.
3. Slide the keys onto the ring and connect the hook to the loop on the ring.