This is day one of my 12 DIYs of Christmas! For the next few weeks, I am sharing 12 EASY, AFFORDABLE DIYs that you can do to decorate your home for the holidays or use as DIY gifts for Christmas.
Today, I am showing you how to make berry garland napkin rings for $1! Then, I will share where to buy this berry garland and how to fold napkins with a napkin ring.
The reason I love DIY’s is because I love to create personalized decor that not everyone has. In addition, I think that decorating your home, especially for the holidays, should be fun and affordable. With a little creativity, you can make anything!
Prep: First, unwind the garland and cut into six 18 inch segments or four 27 inch segments. The longer the garland, the more beads will be on the ring. Specifically, I used 27 inches of garland.
Step 1. You can use 3-4 fingers or a metal/ceramic napkin ring as a guide. Wrap the beaded garland completely around your fingers or a napkin ring. This should make 4+ loops.
Step 2. Then, slide the garland off the ring/fingers. Next, push the ends of the garland through the middle of ring.
Step 3. Lastly, wrap the ends of the garland several times around the ring. If you feel the need, you can dab some hot glue on the ends, but I didn’t find this necessary.
The 9 foot berry garland is currently available at Dollar Tree. It is available with pearly white, red or gold berries. In addition, you can find similar garlands at craft stores like Hobby Lobby or Joann.
Y’all, this DIY project only cost me $1 to make 4 napkin rings. However, I found similar berry garland napkin rings online for $3-$5 each.
Now, save this to your Pinterest Christmas DIY board! This allows more crafty creative people to see it, and visit my blog, which keeps me motivated to share more content with y’all! And y’all know I love everything cute, crafty and Christmasy!
Thank you for stopping by the Cuter Tudor Blog! If you love this project, check out my DIY Christmas wall decor using architectural salvage, mini Christmas trees and garland, too.
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