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You can make these DIY paper eucalyptus branches in a jiffy, for whenever you need some fresh greenery to make a wreath and accessorize small pots. We also whipped up a fun table number holder idea that you can make yourself, with free printables included! We’re sharing the full how-to after the jump:

DIY Paper Eucalyptus and wood table numbers with free printables

DIY Paper Eucalyptus

DIY Paper Eucalyptus

DIY Paper Eucalyptus

What you will need:

DIY Paper Eucalyptus

DIY Paper Eucalyptus Wreath

DIY Paper Eucalyptus  Garland

For table numbers:

DIY Paper Eucalyptus table numbers

Free table number printables

DIY PAPER EUCALYPTUS BRANCHES

Print out this double-sided pattern on light green cardstock. Using your small army of circle punches, make a stash of each size. We made the most of our thick circle punches by stacking a few sheets of cardstock to speed things up. Their built-in confetti catcher helps contain all punched paper circles until you’re ready to set them aside for assembly.

Once you’re ready to thread them on to the stem wire, fold your paper circles in half – it makes it easier to poke a hole that way. Push your paper circles through the wire and away you go! You can use a dab of hot glue to secure each in place if they get a little lose. That’s it! Easy, right?

DIY Paper Eucalyptus

We then made wreaths using wooden hoops and secured them with fishing line.

DIY TABLE NUMBERS:

Using wood logs or a piece of 4×4, saw a slit to add your table number cards with the help of this folding saw. Drill a few small holes on the front of the slit to add your paper eucalyptus stems.

Download these free printable table numbers to add your wood block holders. You can also use these table number holders for photos or prints for your desk!

DIY Paper Eucalyptus

DIY Paper Eucalyptus and table numbers

DIY Paper Eucalyptus and free printables

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