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How To Make 5 Simple Silverware Holders

These 5 simple silverware holders are easy to make, and add that extra touch to your table decor. Try one of these silverware holders on your table!

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Twine Wrapped Ring

Cut out a piece of the card board tube that’s about 2 inches wide. Cut out a piece of twine. Glue one end of the twine to the inside of the card board tube. Wrap the twine vertically around the tube. When you reach the other end of the twine, glue the end down to the inside of the tube. Repeat these steps until the card board tube is completely covered.


Twine/Ribbon Ties

Cut out a piece of twine that’s about 1 and 1/2 feet long. Wrap the napkin around the silverware and tie the twine into a bow around the napkin. Cut out a piece of ribbon that’s about 1 and 1/2 feet long. Wrap the napkin around the silverware and tie the ribbon around the napkin.


Felt Leaf

Draw a leaf shape onto the felt fabric. Use the shears to cut out the leaf. Cut 2 slits in the middle of the leaf big enough for the silverware to fit through.


Linen Pocket

Cut out a piece of linen fabric that’s about 4 by 10 inches. Iron the fabric. Serge the edges of the fabric. If you don’t have a serger you can use a zig-zag stitch or a similar stitch. Fold one end up about 4 inches and iron. Stitch along the sides.


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