This morning I am deep into project mode, preparing for a shoot later this week and finishing up some smaller projects for other things. So, I thought today would be a good day to share a few photos from a project I recently created for Momtastic…
4 Stamped Napkin DIYs Using Stuff You Already Have Around the House
I had a lot of fun with this one and tried to select only materials that I hadn’t seen being used as stamps already. No wine corks or potatoes in this DIY.
The fork and paper straw patterns are my fave. But if you head over here, you can check out all four and let me know which one is your favorite.
Concept, photography, and styling by Brittni Mehlhoff
P.S. If you’re looking for more DIY inspiration to jump start your day, head over to the DIYs + Tutorials page.
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Lovely colors. Great DIY how to.Rose Village BettwÃ¤sche
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Such a really cute idea!Stephanie
I’d have to agree with you–the forks and straws were my favorite too!Nikki
I love how simple and elegant they are!Tomiko
I am so excited over this diy.Kristin
This is happening. Sometime. Not soon. But it’s happening…Laura
The Accidental Mama
How great! I love the forks too, so 50ies. I love to use anything as stamps. For my scrapbooking I use empty toilet rolls and spools for quirky circles:)Tove
My favorite is the forks. I never would’ve thought to use plain old forks as stamps but it really works.Brandi
Hi Shelby. The flatware is from West Elm. I don’t think they make this exact set anymore, but this one is super similar: http://rstyle.me/n/ncsuemvmwBrittni
I am so indecisive and don’t know if I can pick a favorite but I really like the fork and straw stamped ones.Shelby Anderson
Also, I have to ask since I’ve been on the hunt for over a year, where did you get your gold flatware???
Thanks Kel. You can raid my prop stash anytime…you just might have to come to Florida to do it.Brittni
Paper straws as stamps! Genius!! In other news, I love the plate combo you used here. Some day I want to raid your prop stash!Kelly @ Studio DIY
very cute! pinning for future reference. thanks for sharing!arielle
Thanks Sabrina and Penelope.Brittni
I love it !!!PÃ©nÃ©lope
nice idea <3Sabrina of today is
Thanks Danielle. That one is one of my faves too. Good choice. 🙂Brittni
Those are beautiful! My favourite is the straw one!Danielle @ Chits and Chats and Chocolate