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Here's a Christmas card or party invitation tha t gives you a big bang for your buck. Did you know you could adhere paper party napkins to c.

Glittered Napkin Card Tutorial - YouTube

Wondering what to do with all of the left over decorative party napkins? Here is a FABULOUS idea using Stampin' Up!

Glittery Paper Napkin Cards

Wondering what to do with all of the left over decorative party napkins? Here is a FABULOUS idea using Stampin' Up!

PAPER NAPKIN CARD MAKING - Transfer paper napkins onto cardstock to make your own greeting cards, gift tags, scrapbooking elements, & more with this simple technique.  The result is a nice fabric-like texture.  There are so many projects you can do using this technique. Find me on Facebook: www.facebook.com/craftiecraftie Follow me on Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/craftiecraftie Subscribe on YouTube: www.youtube.com/craftiecraftie Email me: contactcraftie@gmail.com  Music: www.bensound.com

Transfer paper napkins onto cardstock to make your own greeting cards, handmade gift tags, scrapbooking elements, and more with this simple technique.

Paper Napkin Card

Paper Napkin Card

how to make a napkin card

Here's a Christmas card or party invitation tha t gives you a big bang for your buck. Did you know you could adhere paper party napkins to c.

Felted Cards - Felted cardstock using a napkin

Felted Cards by Katstamperupper - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers

Hi friends! It's the long awaited paper napkin transfer tutorial..yay! Thanks for being SO patient while I was moving across the US and getting my room all u...

It's the long awaited paper napkin transfer tutorial. Thanks for being SO patient while I was moving across the US and getting my room all u.

By Lynn Mercurio. Paper Napkin Transfer Technique. Use a decorative napkin, freezer paper, iron, copy paper. Unfold napkin, pulling layers apart. Use the top decorative layer. Cut a freezer paper 3/4" larger than your napkin. Make a stack, from bottom: freezer paper shiny side up, decorative napkin pretty side up, copy paper. Using hot iron, press stack until napkin sticks to freezer paper. Adhere napkin to cardstock  mat or base & complete your project as desired.

This is my sample card for using the Paper Napkin Transfer technique. What an easy way to create beautiful background paper and use up those left-over napkins.

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