Learn how to take inexpensive paper and children’s watercolors to create a piece of beautiful artwork. Then turn it into a gorgeous statement for your table! These Grapevine Wreath Napkin Rings will dress up your Fall or Thanksgiving Table in a big way!
Hello Hoosier Homemade readers! It is Michelle from Dandelion Patina here to share a simple and easy way to dress your table for the upcoming fall season with my version of grapevine wreath napkin rings.
I love coming up with ways to get the kiddos involved in creating home decor. These napkin rings are not only simple to create but very easy on the pocket book as well. The kiddos will have smiles on their faces when they can share how they helped decorate the table for Thanksgiving or Sunday dinner.
Supplies you will need:
- mini grapevine wreaths
- leaf punch for cardstock
- watercolor paints/brush
- hot glue
Start the process by creating some abstract watercolor artwork. Have the colors bleed together to look natural, like a leaf. Let dry.
Create some leaves with your paper punch. I went along the edge of the paper and worked my way around. Then, I simple cut away the scrap to reach more of the inner painted paper.
The leaves I created were on the smaller side, but you could definitely make larger ones or even a few different shapes and sizes, if you have the punches on hand.
I used a rolling pin to hold the wreaths in place while I hot glued the moss and leaves on. This way, I can keep both hands free to place the moss and wreath. There is no right or wrong way to do this, just go with what feels right to you!
Once the glue is dry, just slip the grapevine ring over your napkin. Now, you have instant impact for your table without breaking the bank.
I love how with just a few supplies you can create the look of the changing leaves and bring a sample of the outdoors to your table setting. This DIY napkin ring holder craft was so fun to make. I hope you will give it a go for the upcoming fall season.
Have a great weekend everyone!
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