How to make an easy Spring Wreath with only a few supplies! If you’re looking for a way to freshen up your home decor and put an original spin on traditional holiday decorations, then crafting a spring wreath out of paper napkins is the perfect solution.
Easy DIY Spring Wreath Tutorial
Spring is in the air and you might be ready for a wreath change! Today I’m sharing and easy spring wreath tutorial made from paper napkins!
Not only will this fun wreath add some unique flair to your home, but putting together this craft is super easy! I’ve shown you how to make a bow for a wreath, now let’s get started on this craft. You can make this without breaking a sweat, and definitely have some fun while doing it!
Since making the original holiday napkin wreath for my mom’s house, I have been collecting cute napkins and gathering grapevine wreaths from garage sales and the Dollar Tree to make one for myself. Who would have thought my napkin wreath would go viral over the internet?
I don’t know why I waited so long to make another one? I forgot just how easy and fast this wreath is to make!
How to Make a Napkin Wreath
What you need:
- grapevine wreath
- 20-25 paper napkins (Looking for pretty napkins? I love these!)
- Glue Stick (Optional)
Twist the middle of a napkin and stuff it into the grapevine wreath. No glue needed!
You’ll be able to pull out the napkins and add new paper napkin designs later.
Fluff the napkins. Hide the back of the napkins which is usually white, by adjusting a napkin so the white doesn’t show, then use a glue stick to hold it in place by sticking the napkins to each other.
This spring wreath only took 10 minutes to make and so cute!
Where Can I Use a Napkin Spring Wreath?
Wondering where you can use a wreath make from napkins? To protect the napkins from getting wet, place the wreath inside. Only use on an outside door that is covered from any weather.
This looks like I’m having a birthday party at the house! Not bad for $5 and 10 minutes. What do you think?
Spring Wreath with Napkins
- Twist the middle of a napkin and stuff it into the grapevine wreath with your fingers until it’s stuck in place within the wreath.
- Repeat until the wreath is covered in napkins.
- Adjust and fluff napkins so the patternless back doesn’t show.
- Use a glue stick to hold some of the napkin shapes in place by sticking the paper to each other.
- Add a ribbon or bow. (optional)
- Place the wreath inside on a door that is covered from any weather.
Originally published March 5, 2013. Updated January 2023