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Make Halloween Napkin Rings with Googly Eyes

These monster themed Halloween napkin rings are fun for both adults and children to make! Perfect for a spooky soirée, holiday kids’ craft, or other fun celebration.

Skills Required: Beginner. You don’t need any prior crafting skills to do this project! You’ll be painting with acrylic paint, and adding Mod Podge. Then gluing down wiggly eyes. Even children can do this project.

Monster Halloween Napkin Rings with Googly Eyes

Halloween is the perfect time to bring out the spookiest creatures — monsters! These monster napkin rights will add the perfect touch to your Halloween spooky soirée and your guests will talk about them for days to come!

Hi everyone! Heather here again from Craft + Tell! I am so glad to be here again to share with you how to create these adorable monster Halloween napkin rings.

DIY Halloween Napkin Rings

Monsters are truly one of my favorite Halloween notions, so these monster napkin rings fit in with the “way too cute to be creepy” decor I have going in my house right now!

Wood napkin rings, black acrylic paint, googly eyes, and a paintbrush

Here’s what you’ll need to make these monster napkin rings:

Paint wood napkin rings with black acrylic paint

To start, paint your napkin rings black. I wanted mine painted both inside and out. I let these dry for about twenty minutes.

Next, I put a generous layer of Extreme Glitter Mod Podge on top of the black paint and let dry. Once it was dry, I put a second coat if it didn’t sparkle just as much as I wanted.

Painting Mod Podge Extreme Glitter

Next, I used Mod Podge to attach the wiggly eyes to the napkin ring! This is a great time to use your Mod Melter so that you can be sure your eyes will stick to the ring.

Regular Mod Podge (or Glitter!) is bound to do the trick as well – but I found I had to be fairly generous to make sure the eyes wouldn’t fall off.

Halloween napkin rings

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