Let’s kick place settings up a notch using these sweet silverware sleeves. They’re easy to make, super cute, and you can use them over and over again for a simple setting or even something as grand as a wedding reception. Want to learn how to make it?
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Jute Webbing (black is hard to find, but you can purchase it at HERE)
A fabric covered button set
Fine Point Pen or Marker
Computer & Printer
First let’s make the flower (get the hard part over with first!) Start by lightly spraying the card stock with spray adhesive and then smooth the fabric on top. Trim around the edges of the card stock so your paper is covered.
Print on the fabric side with a script pattern, giving you a script fabric for your flowers.
Take your scissors and trim out the patterns, then you have script covered fabric flowers. Carefully peel the paper off the fabric, then use the flower cut outs to cut a plain piece of muslin, one for each of the 3 sizes. The adhesive will still be somewhat sticky so it will make it easy to stick it back down for trimming.
I did not take the card stock off my button piece to help it cover more cleanly. Let’s make a covered button using the Button Maker Tool!
Good thing the sleeve part is easy (I bet you’re really tired of reading!)Run a stitch along both ends of a piece of 12 inch Black Jute webbing.
Just a sweet little something to take your table settings over the top.
See ya next week for another project. In the mean time I’d love you to visit my blog at TheShabbyCreekCottage.com.
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