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Hand Stamped Holiday Flour Sack Napkins

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It’s time for another Craft Corner with my buddy Michelle James Designs. We are continuing with all things Christmas to give you lots of ideas for this Holiday Season! I am sharing Holiday Napkins.

Craft Corner Hand Stamped Holiday Flour Sack Napkins Our Crafty Mom

I love to stamp unexpected items like fabric and coasters. As I was putting together my Christmas Tablescape, which I’ll be sharing soon, I thought it would be fun to have Holiday Napkins. Flour Sack towels make perfect napkins and are very reasonable. You can pick up a 4pk for $3.99 at Target which is less expensive than buying fabric napkins. Here is a quick and easy tutorial:

 Hand Stamped Holiday Flour Sack Napkins Our Crafty Mom


4pk Flour Sack Kitchen Towels

Fabric Paint or Staz-On Ink Pad

Stamps of your choice

As I didn’t have fabric paint in the color I wanted, I added a fabric medium to acrylic paint. This is a great option and also less expensive. I wanted the image to look worn and aged, so I used a very light hand when stamping. This antique truck is one of my favorite Holiday stamps. I used it to make my wood slice ornaments here and thought it would be perfect for Holiday Napkins to use in my rustic glam Tablescape.

 Hand Stamped Holiday Flour Sack Napkins Our Crafty Mom

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The fabric of these towels is a perfect medium for stamping and you can really get as creative as you want.  Think of the cute Valentine’s Day Napkins you could make or Easter ones. Simply stamp the image where you want it on the fabric with a steady hand. I chose to add it to the bottom and stamped Merry Christmas below it.

Hand Stamped Holiday Flour Sack Napkins Our Crafty Mom

 Hand Stamped Holiday Flour Sack Napkins Our Crafty Mom

I just love how they turned out and can’t wait to share my full Christmas Tablescape next week in a fun blog hop. Now head on over to Michelle’s and check out her fun project!

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Friday 2nd of December 2016

Your hand stamped napkins are lovely, Michelle. Thanks for sharing at Snickerdoodle. Pinning.


Thursday 1st of December 2016

These are so pretty! I love the hand stamped look.

Connie Kresin Campbell

Wednesday 30th of November 2016

They turned out great! Thanks for sharing, I have all kinds of stamps and will try this.


Monday 28th of November 2016

These are so cute! What a great idea!


Wednesday 23rd of November 2016

Oh wow Michelle, I am so in love with these napkins. They are so endearing and puts you right in the mood for the holidays. I have to get me a Cricut and soon!

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