You won't believe how easy it is to create these gorgeous succulent napkin rings for your next dinner party. Plus, this project is a fun way to recycle all those wine corks you have laying around!

October 18, 2017

Upcycle those old wine corks into a stunning set of napkin rings! All you need are a few mini faux succulents and a couple cuts of the cork to create these pretty pieces. Look for succulents and ribbon that match your existing decor, or create each napkin ring with a different shade of ribbon for personalized place settings. 

Succulent Napkin Ring

What You'll Need

  • Faux succulents 
  • Wine cork
  • Knife 
  • Hot glue 
  • Ribbon 

Step 1: Cut cork

Succulent Napkin Ring how to

Use a crafts knife to make a cut down the center of the cork, making an opening large enough for the faux succulent stems to sit in. The length and width of your cut will depend on how large the stems are.

Step 2: Add succulents

Succulent Napkin Ring

Create a small arrangement of large and small succulents and arrange on the cork, placing the stems into the cut slit. Place the largest succulent in the center of the cork and add one or two more succulents to the sides as space allows. Finish the arrangement by adding a dot of hot glue to the bottom of each stem to secure the succulents.

Step 3: Attach ribbon

Succulent Napkin Ring

To turn the succulent creation into a napkin ring, attach the wine cork to a pretty ribbon. Add a line of hot glue to the bottom of the cork, and then place the cork in the center of the ribbon. Once the glue is completely dry, tie the ribbon around a napkin with the succulent cork on top to wow your dinner guests with this fun take on traditional napkin rings! 


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