Apr 21

Punched Leaf Napkin Rings

by Ashley Page Norton

I love the idea of tying a piece of rosemary into a mini wreath for a napkin ring – a little bit of greenery always looks nice on a table. Here’s a way to have a set of leafy napkin rings you never have to throw away – they’re made of paper! You can make these into mini wreaths which are super pretty, or customize them by making letters for everyone’s first name who’ll be sitting at your table. Either way it’s a little bit of spring to keep all year round!

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Materials: leaf paper punch, shades of green paper, scissors, craft glue, green tissue paper, floral wire, and pliers

Step 1: Bend wire into a 2.5″ circle or into the shape of a letter of the same size. Add a 1.5″ loop to the back by attaching it to either side of the main wire form.
Step 2: Punch out lots of leaf shapes from the green paper.
Step 3: Wrap the wire frame with strips of tissue paper. Secure with craft glue.
Step 4: Glue on the leaves to the tissue-covered wire wreath or letter, so that they overlap.
Step 5: Let dry and slide over napkins!

Punched Leaf Napkin Rings | Oh Happy Day!Punched Leaf Napkin Rings | Oh Happy Day!

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