Create a stylized table for your next party that will look just like it should be featured in a home magazine by making your own tablecloth, table runner, chargers, napkin holders, custom menus, or napkins to enhance your standard dish and cutlery set.
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Adorn the table for your party with a no sew tablecloth using a large inexpensive drop cloth you can find at a hardware store in the paint section. With a bit of tracing you can easily convert the drab sheet of fabric into a cute scalloped tablecloth that can be dyed to match whatever color you need.
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Show off your creative side at your next party by setting the table with a hand painted table runner that can add some pattern to your regular table setting. Using a roll of kraft paper as the table runner, you can hand paint a unique design on the paper using a large paint brush and will have a stylishly set table runner that you do not need to worry about if someone spills wine on as at the end of the night you can toss the runner in the trash.Continue to 5 of 6 below.
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Expertly style your napkins in minutes by slipping them into one of these stunning DIY napkin rings that beautifully reflect the light of candles and chandeliers. To make your own you will need to cut small pieces of felt and use gem tape to create a set of napkin rings that you will want to use for formal dinner parties.
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These DIY gold scallop napkins would pair perfectly with the DIY scallop tablecloth and they are super easy to make. To make your own set of leather scallop napkins you can download the template at Sarah Hearts and use it to cut out the scallop design which can be sewn onto a regular set of fabric napkins.