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Video: Quick Table Setting Tips for the 4th of July

DIY Napkin Rings

For this rus­tic patri­ot­ic table set­ting I am using my secret weapon…DIY Nap­kin Rings! They are super sim­ple and quick to make when you’re in a pinch or just want to spruce up a table with­out spend­ing the extra dollars. 

Paper Napkins

My oth­er trick to set­ting a beau­ti­ful patri­ot­ic table is paper nap­kins! I love all the dif­fer­ent prints and col­or you can find and they make set­ting a cute table a breeze! Not to men­tion it helps me to put my nap­kin “stash” to good use. Am I the only one that saves left­over cute nap­kins from oth­er occasions? 

PATRIOTIC TABLE IN AMERICAN FARMHOUSE

Neutral Basics

Like many oth­er tab­sle­capes I start­ed with the very basics of mak­ing a place set­ting. Sim­ple gal­va­nized charg­ers lay­ered with Dol­lar Tree plates and thrift­ed wood­en bowls are the foun­da­tion of this look. Clean sim­ple and timeless. 

If you’re new to set­ting tables I would like to encour­age you to start with neu­tral basics. White plates are time­less and can be used year round. For the most part, my din­ing room table stays made up the same way with a few changes to the details for the occa­sion or sea­son. Insert those cute paper napkins! 

Which brings me to my next point. Remem­ber those DIY Nap­kin Rings I men­tioned ear­li­er? Now is their time to shine! I have shared a quick video tuto­r­i­al on bring­ing this look together.

The Completed Look

AMERICAN FLAG IN MILK VASES WIOTH WOOD CEILING BACKGROUND

Click Here for Scrap Banner Tutorial 

RED WHITE AND BLUE NAPKIN ON FARMHOUSE TABLE SCAPE WOITH FLAGS IN GLASS MILK VASES
PATRIOTIC TABLESCAPE WITH BRICK FIREPLACE AND WOOD BEAMS

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2 Comments

  • Reply
    Tonia Krautlarger
    at 5:19 AM

    Love the sim­ple nap­kin rings. Very cute and you can do so many variations.

    • Reply
      Kaycee Geeding
      at 9:02 PM

      Thank you! I com­plete­ly agree with you! Col­ors and mate­ri­als could eas­i­ly be changed out

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