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M&M Candy Napkin Rings

Today I'm sharing the one of the cutest projects I've made to date.

Maybe I'm a little biased.  I do love candy.  I would love to decorate my craft room, heck...my whole house, in candy paraphernalia.  (Yea, I'd probably be one of THOSE crazy ladies.)  Instead, I limit my self to decorating minimalistically.  (Besides, have you seen how much some of that stuff is?  And to be honest, some of it is a little gaudy.)

But I digress...

I'm sharing these cute M&M candy napkin rings that I made for this week's Chocolate party.
And guess what....they are SUPER easy!

All you need is:
Beveled Napkin Rings (I bought mine at Jo-Anns)
M&Ms (I used plain...you'll need approximately 33 for each ring)
Spray Paint (an "M&M" color..red, yellow, blue, green....)
Glue gun
Sealant

Spray paint your napkin rings.
I didn't do this the first one, and I immediately wished I had.  On mine, you could see the edge and it would look nicer if they weren't a non-matching brown.

Use your M&Ms and glue in a circle around the top edge of the ring.  Use a random coloring.  Let it overlap the edge about 1/3 of the M&M.  Use a lot of glue.  You don't want the M&Ms come to come off.

Glue in between the M&Ms on the next level down.

Repeat for the final layer.

Now seal the M&Ms and let dry.

See I told you it was easy.  And aren't they just so cute?

If you don't want to make your own, but still want to own a set,
I've now added these to our store HERE.
Linking up HERE



25 comments:

  1. I love these! Very cute :) I would eat half the bag as I made them though!!

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  2. I found you through the Crazy Domestic link party. This is awesome and I love your blog! I'll be spending some time looking around and following you :)

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  3. Very cute and perfect for a candy party!

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  4. Incredible. These are so bright and fun!

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  5. These are fabulous! Just about to check out your blog for some other fantastic ideas!
    Lowri
    http://papervinenz.blogspot.com/

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  6. Adorable! I would have eaten the rest of the bag though while making them lol!I am visiting from Tatertots and Jello and I am a new follower!
    Hope you have a great weekend!
    Michelle
    www.delicateconstruction.blogspot.com

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  7. Fabulous idea! I have some leftover valentines M&Ms in pink and red, this would be a perfect use!

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  8. Cute idea! They certainly are a fun way to brighten up the table - very clever!

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  9. Very cute idea! Thanks for the tutorial. Wondering if there's a way the M&M table napkins can be edible... :)

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  10. cute idea for a kids/candy/circus themed party!

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  11. Love this. Looks really cute.

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  12. Those are really neat! Though I would probably eaten half the bag.

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  13. Those are really neat! Though I would probably eaten half the bag.

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  14. I love the idea of a candy decorated house, kind of like Hansel & Gretel.

    The napkin rings are cute.

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  15. visiting from Tip Junkie - super cute! Love the idea! Definitely want to share with my readers for a candy theme!

    hugs! Kim @ Party Frosting!

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  16. These are so colorful! Very cute!

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  17. I love these!! I am now super hungry for m&m's!!!I am you newest follower! I am a super new blogger and am hosting my first blog party and was wondering if you would want to link up?? The topic is everything but the kitchen sink, so anything you want to post is awesome!!

    my blog is mondellofam.blogspot.com

    talk to you soon!

    --libby

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  18. You were featured on Today's Top 20! Woo Hoo!

    www.todaystoptwenty.blogspot.com

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  19. Those are so cute! They'd be great for a child's birthday party (or mine... let's be honest here). Love them!

    Thanks so much for linking up with For the Kids Fridays at Sun Scholars. I can't wait to see what you have to share this week! I'll be posting the next party later tonight. Hope to have you stop by!

    :)rachel @ SunScholars.blogspot.com

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  20. These are so sweet...literally!
    This would be perfect for my linky party, Foodie Friday. If you get a sec, pop on over and link up! :)

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  21. Such a cool idea!! I just can imagine the kids when they see those yummy rings!!

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  22. What a CLEVER idea! I absolutely love this--and the colors just POP! This is definitely a future project for a party. . .
    I featured your napkin rings today at Calico and Cupcakes' Friday Favorites. Feel free to grab a featured button if you would like one. Have a great weekend!

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  23. Great idea. I make resin magnets with M&M's. I saw you at Saturday Spotlight by Craft Envy.

    My blog is having it's first linky party this weekend. I would love for you to add this post: http://koolbeenz-blog.blogspot.com/2011/03/funky-fresh-friday-1.html

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  24. These are so cute! Thank you so much for sharing the idea. I would love to make these for my daughter's 2nd birthday party, we are doing a M&M theme. Could you please tell me what you used to seal the M&M's on to the napkin ring? Thank you so much.

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