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Napkin Craft

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DH went to Tokyo recently and as always was on the lookout for something papercraft for me.  I have a good stash of origami papers and fabric from past trips so this time he got something a bit more unusual.  I am struggling to think of something fun to do with them:






Paper napkins!  I have never done anything with napkins, although there was that great YouTube video for ironing them to cardstock with cling-film to then use for cardmaking.






I am trying to come up with something interesting, but at the moment my head is way too filled with dollmaking bits. I did see another video for putting them on canvases with Mod Podge, I think, and I happen to have three, so maybe that is a good fit. I love the sushi one – maybe kitchen art?






Any ideas for me? Leave them in comments, and links are hugely welcome if you have one, to your blog or another you found in your travels.



 

2 thoughts on “Napkin Craft

  1. I’ve used them as backgrounds for cards. I’ve also heard about decoupaging them onto things, depending on the design, I think it’d be really cool.

  2. I am sure I’ve seen them used to decorate candles. From what I remember, you put the design on the candle, cover it with wax paper and then heat it, and the wax absorbs the design.

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