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With the clamps open to their maximum diameter, apply spray paint in the color of your choice or leave unfinished.
Good to Know
If the fabric of the napkins requires a larger ring, experiment with slightly larger sizes such as 1-3/4-in-diameter clamps (#66177) sold in pairs.
Paint wooden biscuits in one or a variety of colors. (We used spray paint in Garnet and Bright Red plus brush-on enamel in Cherry.)
Apply a small dab of hot glue to one side of a biscuit at the tip and quickly press a second biscuit against it. Then glue a third biscuit at the tip and add it to the assembly. Repeat until you have eight biscuits in a circle.
After the glue cools on the final biscuit, place glue at the center of the ring of biscuits and press a cedar ball into place.
After the glue dries, peel the paper off the biscuits.
Glue the flower to the painted clamp beside the screw.
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