If you’re looking for a simple yet festive way to decorate your holiday dinner table, you’ll love this DIY! In the tutorial below, we’ll show you how to fold a cloth napkin into a star-topped Christmas tree. With a few simple folds, you can turn your plain cloth napkins into a table decoration that is merry and bright. Read our how-to guide below to learn how, and be sure to leave your own holiday DIY tips in the comments!
How to Fold Christmas Tree Cloth Napkins
It beginning to look a lot like Christmas – especially on your dinner table! With this easy-to-follow tutorial, we’ll show you how to set your table like a DIY pro. Decorating with cloth napkins is an easy and inexpensive way to add a touch of festive to your dinner table, plus you can use them again and again! Check out the steps below to give this holiday DIY a try, and don’t forget to leave your own holiday decor ideas in the comments. Happy holidays!
You will need:
- square cloth napkins
- yellow craft foam
Step 1: Fold your napkin into tiers.
Fold a square cloth napkin in half, then fold it in half again. Fold the corners down one by one until you have a total of four tiers.
Step 2: Tuck in the left and right sides.
Shape your napkin into a tree by tucking in the left and right sides to form a triangular shape.
Step 3: Fold each layer under.
Tuck each tier under, then fold in the bottom layer. When you’re done, it should be a perfect triangle tree shape.
Step 4: Top with a yellow star.
Place your folded napkin on a dinner plate or table setting. Cut a piece of yellow craft foam into a tiny star, then stick it on top of your tree. Repeat these steps with the rest of your cloth napkins, and enjoy your festive new table decor!
Do you have any homemade Christmas decoration ideas of your own? We’d love to hear about them! Leave a comment and let us know!
And if you need to add a few DIY Christmas gifts to your list, check out these 25 DIY gifts you can make in under an hour.
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