I recently purchased a pack of round napkins from European Excellency that I want to get creative with. This is a beautiful round napkin that has a scalloped edge all around. After looking at this napkin for a while I realized this would be a great item to create an amazing wreath with.

The supplies I will be using are:

1. Five round napkins ( you can find the link for the napkins down below)

2. Four packs of the cookie sheets from the Dollar Tree

3. Hot glue

4. Mod Podge

5. Scissors

6. Tinsel (optional)

The first step is to make sure you get both back layers of the napkin off. I find it very easy if you use a piece of scotch tape to pull the layers off.

You will then cut 3 of the napkins into four as shown in photo above. Leave the 4th  and 5th napkin whole and set aside.

The next step is to add mod podge to a cookie tin and then place the napkin pieces on top. You will add more mod podge over the napkin.

You can fit two pieces of the napkin onto one cookie tin. I trimmed the outer edges of the cookie tins off to give me flat pieces of the cookie tins to work with but you do not have to do that.

Once the mod podge was dry I then cut all the pieces out.

Once your pieces are all cut out you will glue each piece to form a cone shape as shown in photo below.

You will do this to all 12 pieces.

You will now need to cut out a large circle from one of the cookie sheets. I just randomly cut a dinner plate size circle as shown in photo below.

Once you have your circle cut out you will then use the mod podge and apply the 5th napkin.

Once the mod podge is dry you will then glue on the 12 cones.

I found the center point and glued on the first four as shown in photo above. Once I had the first 4 glued in place I then added two more in between.

You can use the handle of the paint brush to help push them down onto the hot glue.

I added the hot glue onto the round piece and then added the cone.

Once I had them all glued in place I then flipped it over to add glue in between each cone.

I used a small container to trace a small circle onto the cookie tin.

I added mod podge and used the center of the 6th napkin onto this small circle.

I glued some tinsel around the edge of this circle.

I then glued this onto the center of the wreath.

I glued a piece of tinsel to the back side for a hanger. This is very easy to make and I hope you will get creative and give it a try.

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