How to make Valentine’s napkins

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You may remember back at Christmas I made my own Holiday dinner napkins? If not, you can check those out later.

Very simple and you can’t beat the price.

Plus, they are washable, permanent and super cheap to make.

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You can buy the two pack of white napkins at Walmart, I believe they are $2.00 a pack.

The fabric markers I have had, and to date

have used them on several project

my burlap fabric marker pillow is holding up very well.

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I have washed my Holiday napkins and not a drop of the marker faded, so I it is true, they are permanent on fabric.

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Tied with a simple white ribbon, and embellished with some roses make for the perfect Valentine’s diy napkins.

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 Now to set a table with them.

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how to make valentine napkins

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  1. Cynthia says

    Great idea & perfect timing because I needed a craft project for a exchange. One question do you wash the napkins first, then decorate them, or just decorate right from the store without washing them?

      • Cynthia says

        Thanks, & thanks again for posting this. I know what I’ll be doing tomorrow. This just might be my “go to craft” for when I need that something extra. My wheels are turning with the versatilities!


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