It is finally starting to feel like fall here in sunny Southern California now that the weather is starting to cooperate. I shared some pretty and very simple DIY napkin rings for fall on Live. Craft. Love. last month that I wanted to share with you here!
I know I always say that my projects and crafts are really easy for you to make, but these napkin rings are SUPER easy to make. They’re also SUPER cheap to make, which is always an extra bonus, right?!
In just no time and after spending just a few dollars, you’ll have a set of pretty fall napkin rings, ready for their debut at the Thanksgiving table, or for a nice dinner with the family. The berry napkin rings are great for Christmas dinner, too!
DIY Napkin Rings:
- Silk leaves
- Berry garland
- 2″ grapevine wreaths
- Glue gun
Berries Napkin Ring:
Step 1. Unroll the end of the berry garland. Twist the end of the garland into the grapevine wreath, and wrap the garand around the grapevine wreath in a circle.
Step 2. Tuck the berries into the grapevine as you go to secure them. Keep doing this until the DIY napkin rings have as many berries as you’d like. Twist the end piece into the wreath to secure.
Easy, right? No glue was even involved in those!
Leaves Napkin Ring:
Step 1. Wrap a silk leaf through the inside of the 2″ grapevine wreath. Add a little dab of hot glue to the top of the wreath under the leaf, and a dot or two on the inside of the leaf. Carefully press down to secure.
Step 2. Repeat with more leaves, slightly overlapping each leaf, until the entire grapevine is full. Repeat for each napkin ring.
See how easy it is to spruce up your holiday table with these DIY napkin rings? I hope you try making your own set!
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Here are a few more of my favorite fall crafts I think you’ll love….
and these Halloween Candles made from toilet paper rolls!
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