Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Look who's coming to dinner...

My mom is coming for dinner on Thursday, so I thought I would make this napkin ring for her. The napkin ring is Roe's idea, actually. I followed her easy tutorial and made this in less than 30 minutes! Roe is hostessing this week's Monday Motivation. Click on over to the hive (Betty Bee's Buzz) for lots of samples and inspiration! Why not give it a try yourself? I think this would spruce up any table, then you could link our creation to Betty's Buzz & Brag Friday.

paper: Secret Garden by The Paper Company Studio, Bazzill Bling, and black card stock
fancy brad: (I purchased recently at Hobby Lobby)
chipboard tag: Secret Garden by The Paper Company Studio
die cuts: Provo Craft French Manor Cricut cartridge & square Spellbinder Nestibilities
border punch: SU


lauren bergold said...

oh YUM!!! this is sooooooo beautiful, june, and what a clever idea to dress up a table! (& give guests a little souvenir from a special party!!!) ♥

Anonymous said...

This is `beautiful` June..Have fun with your Mum:) xxx

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Anonymous said...

Holy moses, that is cooooool! Love the papers you used, first off, then that swirly branchy thing is perfect, then that awesome tag thingy (for some reason I'm truly at a loss for the correct scrappy/cardy terms!!! argh!) with Mom on it, placed a little off to the side, it's just wonderful. I could look at that ALL day at dinner on Thursday LOL LOL

Anonymous said...

And, my sweet Junebug, thank you for letting me know about the blog candy! You are so awesome!!

Kard Queen said...

OMG--you are the most thoughtful daughter! I know your mom is very proud of you for taking the time to do this. You are a peach of a daughter!

Kay said...

My goodness! Such an inviting and gorgeous holiday place setting! Your mom is going to love, love, love it! I'm positive the entire table will be breath taking!
♥♥ Kay

Julie M said...

That is lovely, June - goes so well with your place setting. Very glamorous and elegant.

Julie x