Napkin DIYs are so popular these days, but I can see why! Some napkins have such gorgeous designs on them, not to mention that its a cheap way to make home decor. With these things in mind, I decided to make yet another napkin DIY. I can’t wait to show you how, but first here’s a supply list!
- Hot glue gun
- Mini sunflowers
- White chalk paint
- Burlap fabric/ Ribbon
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Firstly, you’ll want to add an extra layer of white paint to your faux wood board. Make sure you dry it, and then we’ll focus on the napkin. As always, you’ll want to peel back your napkin of choice to one layer. Then, dip your fingers in some water and gently pull some pieces of napkin off your cut out. Afterwards, using some elmer’s glue, spread it out towards the top of the board and place your napkin on it. I used a piece of plastic to gently spread the napkin down.
Secondly, you’ll start to create the pocket on the napkin DIY! Take your burlap fabric and then hot glue it to the bottom of your board. You’ll also want to fold the top of the burlap over to make a pocket appearance. After, add some moss into the pocket, and then your sunflowers. I also added some greenery to make the sunflowers pop, and then added a small bow out of the ribbon.
Lastly, you’ll add your hanger. This step is optional, but to do it I used a piece of flexible wire and hot glued it to the top of the board. In addition to that, I added some cute buttons, which is also optional.
I hope you absolutely loved this napkin diy!
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