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Christmas tree napkin fold

Need a pretty table setting for your holiday party?

These Christmas tree napkins are the perfect thing.

And they’re easy to do as well!

Here’s how:

Step one: Open out the paper napkin so that it is in a square then fold it in half. Then, fold it in half again and turn it around so that all the outside corners face you.

how to throw an epic holiday party on a budget

how to throw an epic holiday party on a budget

Step two: Fold each corner up to the top, making each fold lower than the one before it.

how to throw an epic holiday party on a budget

Step three: Turn the napkin over and fold each of the outer corners to the opposite sides. You will be left with a pointy shape.

how to throw an epic holiday party on a budget

Step four: Flip the napkin over so the thickest part is at the bottom and the other side faces upwards.

Step five: Start at the top and fold each flap upwards. From the second one down, tuck the pointed tip under the flap above it so that you have a clean looking tree shape.

how to throw an epic holiday party on a budget

Step six: (Optional) Place a wooden decoration (such as a snowflake or star) at the top of your tree. Then, cut a two inch length of wooden dowel and place at the base of the napkin so that it looks like the tree trunk.

how to throw an epic holiday party on a budget

Christmas tree napkin fold!!

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About Candice Collins

I love helping people heal themselves. Whether that's through body, mind, or spirit, we all need a helping hand sometimes. I'm also owner/formulator of Yellowstar Essentials custom natural beauty- home -and health products, also a database builder of a telcom auditing business, a freelance writer, an Aromatherapy enthusiast, and a part-time waitress. I just love life and way too many things to list them all here.

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