I'm going to be hosting a little luncheon, and rather than turn to the grocery or party store for typical paper napkins, I decided to make some myself. It really couldn't have been simpler.
I sorted through my stash of favorite fabrics and vintage linens. I chose spring-y dots, flowers and ginghams and then cut 15.5" x 15.5" squares. I hemmed all four sides, and was done! So easy. Ten napkins in about an hour? Awesome.
I like how none of them match and will look just perfect with my thrifted, mismatched china. I think a table runner or tablecloth may be in the works next.
And of course I have to say happy birthday to this guy.
Without him, I wouldn't be leading such a pretty cool life. Happy birthday, Puppy!
The napkins look great! I've been meaning to make some myself for ages - love your colour/pattern combinations.ReplyDelete
What a fun party you will have!ReplyDelete
What a simple and cute idea! Have a great party!ReplyDelete
love how the colors go together! so springy!ReplyDelete
Happy Birthday to your guy and love the napkins. There's nothing better than homemade mismatched napkins in my opinion.ReplyDelete
Those napkins are adorable, of course! I love the yellow one (of course...it's my favorite color). Happy birthday to your honey.ReplyDelete
Pretty, pretty napkins! JackieReplyDelete
Such cute napkinsReplyDelete
Hey, those are pretty cool! I think I'll get out the Singer Featherweight and make my own now.ReplyDelete
very colorful, really are eyecathing, love them very much, great designReplyDelete
Your napkins are beautiful and BTW, I think mismatched is perfect!ReplyDelete
Mix of colors and patterns is so much fun. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Such fun napkins! I've been wanting to make some for myself. Yours turned out great.ReplyDelete
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I love the colors....I bought some fabric to make some napkins...probably should get around to those some day:)ReplyDelete
Beautiful! The colors themselves make you smile!!ReplyDelete
Love these, they turned out so pretty and perfect for spring!ReplyDelete