Mini Makes - Decorative Napkin Ties

Tablescapes-Mini-Makes

Frill and Fluff

You will need:

Method:

  1. Fold the napkin in half. Fold the left-hand short edge in about 1/3, then fold the right-hand short edge on in to form a rectangle.
  2. Wrap the chiffon/lace ribbon lenghtways around the napkin and secure at the back with a dot of fabric glue or double sided sticky tape.
  3.  Wrap the satin ribbon around the napkin widhtways and tie in a simple. Tuck the feathers into the bow. Attach name tag around the chiffon/lace ribbon to lie on top of the feathers.

Diamante Elegance

You will need:

  • Crisp white napkins.
  • Diamante clasps.
  • 2 to 3 Matching ribbons in various widths, 1 to be chiffon.
  • Length of plain fabric to match ribbons and contrast with napkin.
  • Scissors.

Method:

  1. Fold the napkin in half. Fold the left-hand short edge in about 1/3, then fold the right-hand short edge on in to form a rectangle.
  2. Wrap approx 30cm of coloured fabric around the napkin leaving a border of crisp white napkin showing along the top and bottom.
  3. Layer 2 to 3 ribbons on top of each other in descending widths.
  4. Wrap the ribbons around the back of he napkin and thread through the clasp at the front leaving a long tail on show.
  5. Layer 2 to 3 ribbons on top of each other in descending widths.
  6. Cut the ribbon "tails" at an angle to with a sharp scissors to create a clean elegant look.

Summer Fun

You will need:

Method:

    1. Fold the napkin in half. Fold the left-hand short edge in about 1/3 of the way, then fold the right-hand short edge in to form a rectangle.
    2. Cut out mini triangle from the cotton quarter pack using a pinking sheers to avoid fraying or the need to hem.
    3. Take approx 30cm of ribbon and attach 2 to 3 contrasting "bunting" triangles to the centre of the ribbon using the iron on Wundaweb.
    4. Wrap the mini string of bunting around the folded napkin and tie at the back.
    5. To dress the chairs, simply cut approx 1.5cm of 3 to 4 different coloured wide width ribbons and tie with a slip knot to one corner of the chair. Face the ribbon to the back of the chair so your guests will see them when they walk into the room.

 

 

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