Last week, I published Table Trapped in Her Web, a tablescape full of spidery, webbie creepiness. Did you see it?
A reader asked how I made the cutlery napkins. They are actually tea towels.
I’ve received other comments on these napkins that I’ve used for Hoot Owls at Dusk Tablescape…
There is also a spoon on the print that I haven’t shown yet. You can fold them all different ways to reveal all or some of the graphics. I have enjoyed their versatility!
Since I bought the tea towels (I think at T. J. Maxx), I can’t show you a tutorial.
I went to The Graphics Fairy and found a cutlery set graphic you can print and use. Wouldn’t this be fabulous printed on some cloth napkins?
To save this image into your picture file, visit the cutlery page here at The Graphics Fairy.
Follow this link to choose one of the 12 Easy Transfer Methods detailed by The Graphics Fairy. (I’m not making a commission from The Graphics Fairy. They just have really great stuff to share!)
If you’d like restaurant-quality cloth napkins, Amazon* has a great deal going for a bundle of 25 nice quality in mercerized cotton, 20″ sized. (I’ll receive a small commission if you order these, but please don’t let that hinder you – wink.)
I’ve added these to my wish list, as well. You know I don’t recommend anything I wouldn’t use myself.
These links give you the information you need to make these versatile cutlery print napkins.
Please let me know if you make them and how it goes. I’d love to see pictures, too.
On another topic related to the Table Trapped in Her Web, I received a gift from a friend this week. She bought it before reading the creepy web post, and I wish I’d had it for my tablescape. Don’t you think it fits perfectly? It sits on my mantle now, with the DIY Shirt Sleeve Pumpkins. Isn’t it great?
Some friends know us so well! (Thank you again, G!)
Another change I made recently was to load the shelf in the kitchen with the Better Homes and Gardens owl plates from Wal-Mart – and the polka-dot plates (T. J. Maxx), too.
Whether something is a gift from a friend, a deal found while thrifting or shopping, or something you made yourself, enjoy them by using them. Don’t keep things hidden in a cabinet. Embrace the blessings God provides.
What are your favorite things you use and enjoy? Are they fun and whimsical or dressy and fancy?
I hope you have a blessed and beautiful Fall weekend!
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