DIY Spring/Easter Napkin Rings

I was at Hobby Lobby the other day {I know what you are thinking, me at Hobby Lobby, no way!} and found these cute little grapevine mini wreaths. It’s hard to tell from the picture, but they are about 3″ across.
 I started thinking “Hmmmm, what I could make with these cuties?” Then it dawned on me, they are the perfect size for napkin rings!!! So, I threw them in the cart. I kept shopping, and here is what I came home with:

The mini grapevine wreaths, little bird nests and some mini speckled eggs-on-a-stick.
And here is what I did:
Cute little nest napkin rings!!
Here is how I did it: 
I removed the eggs from the wire sticks and used a hot glue gun to glue them inside the nests.
 I then hot-glued the nests at an angle on the grapevine rings.

And this is how they turned out! 
Very easy, very quick, cute Easter/Spring project!

Grapevine rings $2.99 = at 50% off
Nests = 99 cents (each) x 2
Eggs = $2.99 at 50% off.
Total = $5.00
5 bucks!!

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83 thoughts on “DIY Spring/Easter Napkin Rings

  1. Jen, these are SO cute!! I don't think you ever spend a lot on your projects, and they always look so EXPENSIVE!!

    Audrey @ adaywithadomesticengineer.blogspot.com

  2. That is so stinkin' cute!!!!

    Great idea. I'm having family come home for Easter, so that's going to make the table look cute. Definitely be doing that!

  3. Oh Jen, what a cute idea for easter! Thanks for sharing and for the inspiration on what to do with those little wreaths.

    Have a wonderful weekend,
    Gail

  4. Thank you for your sweet comment at Sincerely, Leigh. You're the first person (outside of friends and family) that has left a comment on my blog!! That makes you soooo special! Thank you, thank you!
    It's funny b/c I came across your blog weeks ago. I remember your "sugar," "flour," "coffee" canister tutorial! You have some of the cutest ideas. Just like theses Easter napkin rings–too stinkin' cute!
    All the best!

  5. They are adorable, very creative and very inexpensive, thank you for sharing the tutorial :) Visiting from the Sundae Scoop Party

  6. Adorable!
    Thanks for sharing, they would be PERFECT for my Easter dinner table. If I have time and can get to HobbyLobby I will make them and post the picture on my blog, http://healthywealthymoms.blogspot.com/

    In the meantime I HAVE to feature this link on my blog because I am doing a tablepiece craft project now, Featuring Easter Tablescape. Thanks!!

  7. I am going to use all the components to make placecard holders, will post when finished. It will match the napkin holders and stay wit the Easter egg theme.

  8. Oh, these are so festive and just perfect for Easter. I will making these for my table and the grandsons will like them, too.

  9. WE don't have HL here in the North but I was at Michael's today looking for small grapevine wreaths to USE AS NAPKIN RINGS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love how you did the nests on them, genius!!!! I am going to keep looking! OR you could send me some:):):) XO, Pinky

  10. These are so flipping adorable you disgust me. :) And thanks! I was wondering where I might find a cute little nest. HL, here I come!

    I think I'll go ahead and follow ya too.
    ~K
    bigklittlea.blogspot.com

  11. Thanks for heading over to my blog even to answer! And it just so happens that I'm heading to Hobby Lobby today! If I can come up with a credible copy, I'll take a picture and let ya know!

    We're your newest followers!

  12. THese are so so so cute! I want to make some. I am featuring this at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com later today! Grab my "featured" button.

  13. These are adorable! I wish we had HL here in CA! I am your newest follower :)

    livingcraftilyeverafter.blogspot.com

    Kelly

  14. Good gravy those are flippin' cute!!! If I have people over for Easter I am definitely making those! Thanks for the inspiration!

  15. I love this! You did a marvelous job! They are too cute! I think I might surprise my grandma with these for our Easter lunch!

    I always wondered what the itty-bitty eggs could be used for…!

  16. Hi Jen!!! These are so freakin cute!I'll be featuring these in an Egg post on BCD On April 11th! So great to have meet you! Thanks for the link!

  17. This is one of the cutest spring craft projects that I have seen this year! I love anything to do with a birds nest with eggs, and these are just adorable!

  18. How cute are those?! So perfect for Spring and Easter! Great idea! Thanks for linking up Jen! I'll be featuring this tomorrow!

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  20. so adorable, & with a little creative thinking you can use for any season, use small plastic objects for 4th of July, St. Pattys Day, Halloween, T.G. Christmas (cute little manger idea..) Thanks for sharing

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  23. Hi Jen! I’ve been looking for the perfect napkins rings for my Easter table and these are adorable! Found them on Pinterest! I’m a new linky follower, hope you’ll stop by and follow me too! So happy I found your blog! HUGS, Sunday

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