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DIY Antler Napkins

Posted by  ·  December 3, 2015  ·  Last Updated: December 3, 2015

In a few simple steps you can make these DIY Antler napkins. They are a fun way to decorate your holiday table.  This JOY Holiday Banner makes a perfect holiday gift and decoration. I love this DIY Apron Tutorial it is very quick to put together and perfect for the beginning sewer.

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Hello Skip to my Lou Readers!  I’m Ariean from One Krieger Chick and I’m so excited to be here to share a quick and easy sewing gift idea.  I love to sew, but often am short on time.  Luckily, these napkins can be made in minutes…
Make 4 napkins from one tea towel! What a great quick and easy Holiday gift idea! OneKriegerChick for Skip to My Lou

I love giving handmade gifts, especially practical gifts that I hope will be used.  We use cloth napkins at our house and I like to have some that are special for the holidays.  I’m gong to show you how quick and easy it is to make a set of cloth napkins from a tea towel…Antler stencil tea towels-3- OneKriegerChick for Skip to my LouYou’ll need:

  • 1 tea towel per 4 napkins
  • scissors
  • fabric paint
  • stencil
  • stencil brush
  • sewing machine
  • iron (optional)

Start by folding the towel in four and cutting along the folds.  I find it’s easier if I iron the fabric to create crisp folds.Antler stencil tea towel napkins- OneKriegerChick for Skip to my LouYou’ll end up with four same-size pieces of tea towel.Antler stencil tea towel napkins-2- OneKriegerChick for Skip to my LouFold each raw edge in a bit and press with the iron.Antler stencil tea towel napkins-3- OneKriegerChick for Skip to my LouSew a seam along each folded edge.  You should only have to sew two sides of each napkin.Antler stencil tea towel napkins-4- OneKriegerChick for Skip to my LouCreate or purchase a stencil of your choice.  I used antlers I cut from vinyl on my Cricut machine.Antler stencil- OneKriegerChick for Skip to my LouUse a stencil brush to apply a little bit of fabric paint (I chose gold).  When dry, lift up the vinyl stencil and you have a darling little antler.  I used a different antler shape on each napkin.  The vinyl stencils can be used over and over again, so you can make multiple sets of napkins in no time at all!
Antler stencil tea towel napkins-5- OneKriegerChick for Skip to my LouPerfect for a cup of hot cocoa on a chilly day!Antler stencil tea towel napkins-8- OneKriegerChick for Skip to my LouIf you liked this idea, you may also like a peek into my home at my Very Merry Christmas Home Tour or some of my other holiday ideas.

Ariean is a former High School Teacher turned Stay at Home Momma of 3 little boys in the Kansas City area. She enjoys finding good junk and transforming it into unique home decor…a cup of coffee and a great book…cooking and crafting with her boys and connecting with YOU!

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