This wreath I used pink socks to cover the pool noodle. I used the same method as the Patriotic wreath I made here.
A cute garden sign from the dollar store, along with some flowers, a bird and a bird house.
I used a wooden dowel, about 1 inch diameter and 6 inches in length to fit the pool noodle together.
Two bunches of flowers from the dollar store and a roll of pink ribbon.
here. I then made napkin rings. I got my husband involved again. He cut 1 1/2 " pvc pip into 1 inch pieces. I sanded and then sprayed painted them. Since the theme is yellow and pink, I used both of those colors of paint. I got the pvc pipe from home Depot. It was cheaper to buy the long piece of pipe, than to buy a 3 foot cut section. The guys at Home Depot cut it for me, so it would fit in the car. The total cost of the pvc pipe was $5.00. I have extra for other projects.
Here's some that were just cut. I did paint a few to see how they would look.
The centerpieces are sunflowers and the other tin is pink flowers, so the napkin rings had to match.
A very inexpensive way to make napkin rings. Paint them, decorate with ribbon, twine and jewels to create some great looks for any occasion.
I made a total of 40 napkin rings. Each table will be covered with a butterfly tablecloth
and the chairs will have colored sashes, tied in bows.
Here's a photo of the welcome table. The event is on Saturday. Happy crafting and have a fabulous weekend.