Give napkins a personal touch in a few easy steps.
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Cut out your initials/motifs form a sheet of embroidery transfer
paper. Iron it (face down) onto a clean, pressed napkin. Fix
this taut in the embroidery ring. Use thread to cover all
visible lines with a simple backstitch (visit coatscrafts.co.uk).
Fill the letters with a contrasting colour.
RECEPTION THEMES YOU WILL LOVE
Napkin, £18 for four, Brissi at johnlewis.com; Embroidery
kit, (includes alphabet transfers), £20 paperchase.co.uk.
Ranunculous stem, from £1, rebelrebel.co.uk. Cutlery, 36p; plain
side plate, 19p both to hire, joneshire.co.uk; Yellow plate, £16,
anthropologie.eu. Ribbon, £3.95 per metre, vvrouleaux.com
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