Cutom Printed Napkins

If you have an upcoming anniversary party, birthday, wedding or some other function, consider making some custom napkins for the event! This may seem tasky, but it’s sure to be something for your guests to talk about!
This is a simple project! All you need is a printer, digital photo and napkins!

For this project I used a black and white photo on a neon green napkin. I wanted to make it a bit artsy, so I printed the 8×10 photo but with each copy taped the napkin in various places to capture different areas of the photo. If you wanted you could easily size down the photo and make each napkin the same as well!

Level: Beginner
Topic: Party Time!
Time: Less than an hour

Step 1: Choose your photo.

Photo courtesy of www.voorsphotography.com

Step 2: Tape your napkin (any size) to a piece of copier paper (8 1/2 x 11). Be sure to tape the top and bottom really well. It’s a bit tricky to pull off, but totally worth it in the end!

Step 3: Press Print!

Step 4: Peel your piece of napkin art and keep on printing!

To make this less tasky for a big party, maybe you only make 50 napkins and disperse them throughout the stack of napkins. Maybe for a bridal or baby shower you only print 3 of them and those that choose the “special” napkin get a prize! The options are endless, but this is sure to personalize your next event!

Ooh, you could even add text to the napkin if you wanted! Just use photoshop to add your text and print away!

Can’t wait to see what you come up with! Be sure to send me photos if you decide to do this project!

Get inspired today,

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