Napkin Ring Toss

Napkin Ring Toss craft

Make Thanksgiving a fun feast by playing games with crafty napkin rings and keepsake frames you create yourself! Invite the whole family to participate in this memorable game.

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    Make napkin rings—lots of them! Be sure you make enough so that each guest at the feast has at least one… or maybe 2 or 3. The more napkin rings you have, the more fun your game will be.

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    Use your own ideas or follow these steps: • Cut cardboard tubes (from gift wrap or paper towels) into rings using Crayola Blunt Tip Scissors. A grown up can help. • Cut short strips of Crayola Construction Paper. • Wrap each ring with strips of Crayola Construction paper. Attach the strips to the rings with Crayola Glue. • Add even more color by gluing paper decorations around the rings. Cut circles. Cut short snips along one side of a strip to make a fringe to glue around a ring.

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    Decorate wood craft frames using Crayola Colored Pencils. [NOTE: Use frames without glass inserts to keep this craft safe!] Use your own ideas for designs or write Thanksgiving words like "thankful" and "family", "friends" and "blessings" around the frames. Design around each letter with blocks of color.

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    Make your own drawings to place inside the frames.

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    Arrange frames on a table with your drawings displayed in them. Be sure to show your artwork to guests as they arrive!

  • 6.

    Place napkin rings around napkins and set them at each place setting on the feast table. Share how you made them while enjoying the feast.

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    After dinner the fun begins! Remove your drawings carefully from the frames. Arrange the frames so guests can toss their napkin rings into the openings of the frames. Explain the rules of the game: • Each person gets a chance to throw three rings throug