Sadly this is the last time you will be seeing The Art Of Fall. I enjoyed having a reason to post every Saturday. If you liked the idea of season oriented series, let me know so I can do something like it again in the future. Although I was worn out by putting together this special series for y'all, I would do it again if you liked reading it.
I have a cute little craft you can use for your Thanksgiving party, meal, or just a small get together. It's super quick to make, which is a necessity, and are very easy claim as your own with a few extra touches. Napkin holders are always a fun way to add some festivity to the table, so have fun with them!
What you will need:
- Scrapbook paper (preferably Thanksgiving or Fall set)
- Yarn or Ribbon
- Button (optional)
First cut a strip of solid color scrapbook paper at the measurements of 2x6 inches. Next a strip of patterned scrapbook paper at the measurements of 1x6 inches. Glue the patterned piece down the center of the solid piece or paper. Staple the ends together.
As an accent, tie the yarn or ribbon in a small bow. Glue or staple that to the top center of the napkin holder. You can add a button to the center of the bow if it suits you.
Pull your napkin through the center and fluff the top. And that's it! Thanks for reading The Art Of Fall series!