Start by dismantling the thrift store wreath. Remove the parts that aren't very appealing. For me, this was the apples and the glittery fir Christmas branches.
Lay the napkin on top of birdhouse and trim down to fit. Set napkin aside.
Apply a thin coat of mod podge to the top of the birdhouse. I only chose to cover the front of mine.
Allow to dry for just a few minutes to come to 'tack'.
Separate the napkin layers to reveal the top layer only.
Lay the napkin on the birdhouse and gently tap down using a baggie or saran wrap as a barrier between you and the mod podge.
Allow to dry completely. Top coat with polycrylic if desired.
Add back in updated floral stems by tucking inside the wreath form and securing with hot glue if necessary.
Attach the bird's nest with floral wire or hot glue.
Attach the birdhouse with floral wire and set just inside the wreath opening.
Hang the upcycled wreath on the door or inside the house on display!