027. Napkin rings

Nothing dresses up a table like some tinplate napkin rings made out of your favorite cans. These rings are easy to make and can be made in different ways. You can even include a monogram plate on each one with your family’s motto. (Ours is, “Anything worth doing is worth overdoing.”)

This is a no-solder project—these rings are riveted together! Included in this project are four pages of information about riveting. This information can be applied to any rivetable project!

Dimensions: 1.75″ tall; 1.5″ diameter

PDF Specs

  • 50 pictures
  • 12 instruction pages
  • 1 plans page

Price:

  • $2.95

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Difficulty

Tools

  • Vise
  • Small file
  • Drill the size of your rivet shank
  • Scissors
  • Pin vise or Dremel
  • Wire cutter
  • Awl
  • Tack hammer
  • Long-nose pliers or tweezers
  • Drill press and clamp (for making rivet set)

Materials

  • Tinplate
  • 1" dowel or pipe
  • Spray adhesive
  • Rivet set (homemade, instructions included)