Hello and welcome to day 2 of our Cinderella Party How To’s!
Today we are going to show you how to make the world’s easiest napkin rings and some finger nail painting stations that are not only cute but will keep your tables safe from inevitable drips and spills!
Let’s get started!
Simple Finger Nail Painting Station
#1. Glue a 10″ x 10″ paper doilie onto the center a 12″ x 12″ piece of heavy weight scrapbook paper.
#2. Stick a self adhesive, felt Cinderella slipper in the bottom left hand corner of the scrapbook paper.
#3. Glue (hot glue or craft glue) a rhinestone onto the top of the slipper.
*NOTE: When I use these stations I have the girls spread their fingers out on the doilies and keep them their while I paint their nails. However, with younger girls I will trace their hands with a Sharpie so that their hand print is actually on the doilie before we even start painting their nails. That way they know exactly where to place their hands while their nails are being painted. (To see this finger nail station in use you can check out this video.)
Easy Napkin Rings
#1. Cut a piece of scrapbook paper into a 2″ x 6″ strip.
#2. Stick a self adhesive, felt Cinderella silhouette to the center of the strip.
#3. Glue or tape the ends of your strip together.
#4. Roll your napkin and insert it through the newly created napkin ring.
So that’s it! Two easy peasy projects that are simple to make but are fun to use!
And don’t forget….that if you haven’t already entered to win a party pack full of these supplies from Springs Creative then head on over to our earlier Cinderella party post and enter to win. (All you have to do is leave a comment!)
PS: Want to recreate this party? It’s easy…and all the supplies came from Jo-Ann Craft and Fabrics!