With just a few supplies you can create these beautiful succulent napkin rings. These are perfect for fall but can easily transition through each of the seasons.
A while back I worked with Krazy Glue to bring you this fun project to create these DIY Succulent Napkin Rings. These are so great because I feel like they can be used for Fall, Spring, and Summer all depending on which napkins you use. We all know how much I love being able to reuse things!
These succulent napkin rings are pretty easy to make and today I’m going to walk you through each of the steps.
Supplies: (some affiliate links below)
DIY Succulent Napkin Rings
First I took my bare napkin rings and stained them with Minwax’s Special Walnut and let dry.
After they were dry I applied one coat of shellac (I suggest this one). I prefer using shellac on small projects because it doesn’t have a glossy finish, and it also dries SUPER fast!
Then I took this little mini succulent bouquet I found at Michaels and pulled the buds off the stem. If there is excess plastic on the bottom of the bud use an Xacto knife to remove that because you want a flat surface when attaching to the napkin ring.
Now just apply your Krazy Glue and hold in place until each bud sets and the glue dries.
I chose not to go all the way around with the succulents so that it would sit right on the plate. Now it’s just time to insert your napkins.
I love when an easy project comes together quickly and makes such an impact!
How will you be setting your table for Thanksgiving this year? Do you use napkin holders? Tell me how you do it in the comments below!
Have a beautiful day!!
See more of my FALL POSTS HERE. And I’m also participating in a fun blog hope with some other talented ladies, so be sure and check them out below. You can also find more fall inspiration over at Hometalk here.