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Napkins Reimagined Wreath

Learn how to transform decorative napkins into a DIY wreath.

By: Patty Thurlby from whimziville.com
Napkins Reimagined
Napkins Reimagined

Learn how to make an upcycled wreath out of old napkins with this charming and beachy craft idea. Click the instructions below for instructions on how to put together this darling door idea.

From the Blogger: "This wreath uses an unusual craft product: Beach Theme Printed Paper Napkins and with a little ModPodge on the shells makes a stunning wreath for your door or fit in a wall grouping. The nautilus shell and sand dollars are actually pieces of white mat board that are covered with the napkins. The sand dollars actually look like 3-D sand dollars. The actual shells look so whimsical the wreath gives homage to doodle art! Supplies: metal wreath form, Caspari Napkins, and assortment of shells, white cardboard or mat board, crocheted pieces, Mod Podge, hot glue gun. The project takes about 4 hours to complete."

Materials List

  • metal wreath form
  • Caspari brand napkins or beachy napkins
  • shells
  • white cardboard or mat board
  • crocheted pieces
  • ModPodge
  • hot glue gun
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So I almost missed out on this one. I took one look and just assumed that the designer used seashells to make this wreath. Wow! She used napkins. From the picture, you can not tell it! What a great idea. With all the beautiful napkins out there.... I am just speechless. I have to make this!

From the minds of beautiful people come beautiful projects. What a wonderful wreath! I can see that Patty has a penchant for wreaths and I am so glad that she shared all her tips and tricks! Although this is the first wreath I saw, there are so many more on her site. I have no idea which one I want to complete first!

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