Repurposed Owl Napkin Necklaces

owl napkin single 1

Recently I found some unusual owl themed cocktail napkins at a fun store in Astoria, Oregon. I used copper medium weight ArtEmboss as the backing to make two owl themed versions.

owl napkin collection

These were so easy to make and they are truly OOAK!

owl napkin step two

Step One:  Separate the napkin layers and use glue stick to attach the top layer of the napkin to regular printer paper.  Let completely dry.

Step Two:  Use glue stick that is intended for metal and attach the image to medium weight ArtEmboss or recycled tin (like a cookie tin).  Let completely dry.

Step Three: Cover the top with a good coat of Diamond Glaze (Judikins) and dry completely.  I use a hair dryer on hot/low speed and it dries in about 3 minutes.

Step Four:  Use a tiny punch to make holes and secure a necklace chain.

owl napkin single closeup

The single owl is so cute and whimsical!  It’s for sale in my Etsy shop…click on the photo to see it in my shop

owl napkin bead set

I had a garage sale bracelet that I clipped the beads to decorate the bottom.

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Don’t forget to check out the napkin section at the local gift shop, you never can tell when you will find something that will inspire a truly OOAK craft!  I listed this necklace in my Etsy shop….click on the photo and it will take you to my shop  :  )




  1. Hey Cuz….this is Peg! I am an owl lover, so absolutely love what you did with these owl napkins. You are so creative & talented. Can a person purchase one of these? I trust this finds you well.

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    • WOW Peg! What a fun surprise to hear from you. Thanks for your compliment!!!! I edited the post to include the links to the necklaces that are listed in my Etsy shop. I am doing great….even through this virus lockdown. We definitely need to get caught up on our lives!


      • Hi again! I just finished ordering the owl necklace. 🥰 Some of what you do reminds me of the hobby club I was a member of all the years we were in Bowman. Our club was called The Dizzy Dabblers & we made so many different fun things throughout the years! Yes, it would be great to catch up with each other. Hard to believe how time has passed! It will be great once Covid 19 is behind us. Stay safe & I’ll let you know when I get my owl! 🦉🦉🦉


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