I love the idea of having casual napkin rings for everyday use. Whether a friend drops in with pizza or G makes his famous spaghetti and meatballs, it can make an informal dinner seem slightly more special. Read on below to see how I made these faux marble napkin rings.
Items You'll Need:
1. Napkin rings (I bought these wooden ones because I liked the shape).
2. White semi-gloss Rust-oleum paint and primer spray paint
3. Colored nail polish
5. Rubber gloves and disposable plastic container
7. Plastic knife
Step 1: Spray paint napkin rings in several light coats in a well ventilated area. Dry overnight.
Step 2: Fill a plastic container with warm water. With the gloves on, pour nail polish into the container then use the plastic knife to create marble-esque patterns.
Step 3: Gently submerge the napkin ring into the nail polish floating on the surface to pick up the marble design. Dry overnight.
Step 4: Paint gloss varnish over the rings, but keep moving them around as they dry so they don't stick to each other/the surface of your table.