My DIY Initial Napkins!

Hi y'all! Happy Friday! I wanted to tell you about a project that I worked on this weekend. I decided to turn some very boring napkins into a statement piece for my new farm house table!

I am so excited about this project because it has
been a loooong time since I have painted on fabric. I think the last time I did was to make really bad puffy paint 80's sweatsuits when I was 7, so I am shocked that it turned out so well!
Here is what I used to make them...
  • Neutral color napkins (I got mine from Kohls for free because I had some store credit, but they would have been $1.60 each)
  • Black fabric paint from Michaels
  • Foam brush
  • Large 4 inch alphabet stencil from Michaels
  • Tape
All I did was use my stencil to paint the letter K (my last name begins with K:) on each napkin and let it dry for about 4 hours. I found these fabulous vintage key napkin rings from Pottery Barn on sale for $8! Don't they go so well with the look of these napkins?

Here are some close up view of the napkins...

Here is a view of my farm table with the napkins...I found the table at this amazing vintage store in Fort Lauderdale called Decades. It was love at first sight! Right now it is kind of floating by itself in our Florida room with no chairs, but Kris and I are going to add built in seating very shortly. I can't wait to see how this space transforms!

I hope you have a fabulous Friday!

I am going to be linking to these parties this week:
French Country Cottage: Feathered Nest Friday
Tatertots and Jello Weekend Wrap Up

  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog and becoming a new follower!

    I love these monogrammed napkins! What a great idea! They look awesome! The vintage key napkin holders are amazing! Gotta love PB sales.

    I'm a new follower! :)

  2. Your monogrammed napkins look fabulous~ I love monogrammed anything pretty much!! Just adds a bit of elegance to whatever it graces. Thank you for sharing at Feathered Nest Friday!:)


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