Personalized Napkin Ring Place Cards
//Cricut DIY Projects
Personalized items feel a bit nicer, don’t they? I love personalizing things like water bottles, my daughter’s backpack, my planners, keychains, monogrammed luggage tags, etc. Creating a custom gift or decor piece always feels so special, and those types of projects are made so much easier with the Cricut Die-Cutting machines! I used my Cricut Maker for this project, but I also have the Classic Cricut Explore and made a ton of projects with that as well.
Right before the holidays, my mom asked me to help her with a little project she had in mind for Christmas Eve dinner. She found these wooden napkin rings on Amazon and thought it would be a cool idea to personalized napkin ring place cards for our family members. What a cool idea, right?
This Cricut DIY was super simple, quick and easy! I opened up Cricut Design Space, typed out all of our family members’ names and chose a font my mom and I both liked. Then I measured the napkin rings to choose a size that I thought would fit best and ran the cut job on my Cricut! I used standard white permanent vinyl, weeded the designs, applied the transfer tape, cut out the names and then applied them!