DIY Spring Wreath Made From Napkins

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A beautiful Spring Wreath made from paper napkins. This wreath will go with any Spring decor. It’s bright and cheerful and festive. It’s made using pastel paper napkins cut into circles.

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My friends at Party Pail provided the paper napkins for this project.

Can you believe this is made from paper napkins?!  When Party Pail asked me if I would make a project using their napkins, I immediately knew the pretty pastel colors would be perfect for a Spring project!

Every year I have to make wreaths, just because I love them!  I want one to match every room, I want one for every occasion, and I always have to have one for my front door.

Paper Napkin Wreath with Roses

Hmmm, I’m wondering if I have too many craft addictions.  Is anyone else obsessed with wreaths like I am?!

I used the same tutorial for my coffee filter wreath, the only difference is I used paper napkins in place of coffee filters.

You can use any color combination of napkins to go with any occasion and any room decor.  I’m already thinking of one to make for Christmas.  I’m thinking the red napkins would be beautiful!

You can even make the roses from the same napkins.

Just use my felt flower tutorial and replace felt with napkins.

Paper Wreath Tutorial

Are you dying to know how to make one!

You can use a straw wreath or a wire wreath.  I used a wire wreath and covered it in yarn before gluing on the napkins.

You will need:

Wreath

Hot glue gun

200 Napkins

Ribbon to hang

#Napkin Wreath Tutorial

 1)  Unfold your napkins and cut them out using a coffee filter as your guide.

2)  Fold in half.

3)  Find the center, and twist the end.

4)  Apply hot glue and glue onto your wreath.

I made 4 in a row and went all the way around the wreath one row at a time.

Hot glue the roses on using this tutorial.

Add a ribbon to hang.

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29 Comments

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  7. Wow this is great and I love your tutorial on making the flowers. I need to try this! Thank you for linking up your Spring Project with us at Get Your DIY On. Mandy @ The Hankful House Blog
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  10. I love it! It might have to be an indoor wreath, but it is so colorful!
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  14. This is sooooo pretty!
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  16. I love all the spring colors! What a great wreath, Marti! And no....I love wreaths everywhere as well! Thanks for sharing your spring wreath with us a Project Inspire{d}!
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  18. This wreath is lovely, I like decorations for the house that are full of colours. And it seems pretty easy too, thanks for sharing the tutorial!
  19. Cute and Spring-y!!! I love that first photo you took too! :) Julia
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