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  • Anita H Niceville, FL
    Thinking the same as Becky and Sue. I remember doing this as the main usefor modge podge. I remenber separating the napkin so you only had the thin colorful part.
  • Rose A Robinson, IL
    Such a creative idea. Thank you for sharing.
  • Wendy Ferguson Staunton, VA
    OMG This is fabulous!~ Wendy
  • That is really beautiful!!
  • Taunnie Sandy, UT
    Very creative and it turned out so great! Looks like something you would pay a lot for at Home Goods :)
  • Carolyn ~ homework Thanks so much, I'm a huge fan of your blog!
  • Candra Jones Plainfield, IN
    this is great ive got lots of mirror's that I can do this to I was wondering what I could do to make them look better!!!! thank you!!!
  • Connie K Kennesaw, GA
    It looks great. I've heard that napkins are great to use but never tried it. The party napkins are now available is some gorgeous patterns. I've seen some napkin patterns I would love to have had in a fabric. Your entry has such a fresh feel with the
  • M Gail Greene Thanks Gail! :)
  • Elisa Naperville, IL
    Super cool! Love the patterned napkin you used!
  • Pattiemurphy Berwyn, IL
    HI That is a cute idea have to try :)
  • Stephen Andrew Powell, OH
    Brilliant. This is an awesome idea and executed so well. Thank you for not putting a chalkboard in it :)
  • i recently bought napkins to do this , just need the time lol.
  • Susan Sheffield Ashville, AL
    I have a houndstooth boutique online with handmade and new. I do this very technique with houndstooth gift wrapping paper for picture frames, shelves, curio cabinet backs, and table tops. My customers love it.
  • Cyndi Rocky Mount, NC
    I did a mirror with red striped napkins and I JUST LOVE IT. It was soooo easy. By the way, I love yours too.
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