It’s this super easy napkin wreath that I saw over at Living Locurto in the Fall. What a great idea! Thanks Amy!
She used cocktail napkins and a vine wreath. I used a combination of luncheon napkins and cocktail napkins and a styrofoam wreath form.
This is seriously so easy!
1- Tear open a package of napkins. (I got mine from Wal-Mart – 30 for $1.47)
2- Grab the napkin in the middle and twist
3- I wrapped my white wreath form with the smaller cocktail napkins, so that nothing would show through in the “empty” spaces. I secured the napkins using regular straight pins
4- Then I poked holes into the wreath form with a pencil, so that I could insert the twisted end of the napkin.
5- Dabbed a little hot glue in the end of each twisted piece and shoved it in the hole as quickly as possible. Do this all the way around filling each hole with a twisted napkin. It is surprisingly full looking when you are done!
6- Last, I added a ribbon for hanging and a bow to make it pretty!
Sorry for the sad background, but I forgot to take a decent picture of the completed wreath until I got to my booth today. So, you have some worn bead board and a peek of my banner. Want to see more?
Here’s a little more of a peek of it hanging over a red rolling cart that I painted. And here’s my little booth so far…
It’s a little sparse, as I still have several pieces to finish and move in. And NO that purple and green desk is NOT mine! It belongs to another vendor, and it’s just there temporarily to give me some flat surface for display. I know I need color, but not THAT color! Sorry, I’m sure that purple and green are great for someone’s décor…just not mine.
Thanks for checking out my little space and my happy little wreath!
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