Getting ready for Thanksgiving over here. I made these Hama bead napkin rings for our fall table. Here is how I made them. I used white cotton yarn, white Hama beads, a crochet needle and an empty toilet paper roll. I also used a little bit of parchment to put under the beads to I could get them off the roll after baking them. I cut a slit from the top and bottom of the roll, leaving the middle of the roll intact. Then I put a bunch of white beads onto the white string - enough that it would go exactly 5 times around the roll. I then used the slits to secure the cotton string to the roll. I made sure the beads where pushed together as much as possible. Then I put them into my oven at 400F for 8 minutes. I let them cool completely before removing them from the roll. I used a fresh leaf to break up all the white. The table cloth is from IKEA from last year. I am sharing in this year's Dare to DIY with these fabulous ladies: Cassie at Primitive and Proper Rachel at Maybe Mathilda Michelle at Decor and the Dog Kim at Newly Woodward Last year I participated in this challenge as well. I made a felted acorn door hanger.