Sunday, February 10, 2013

Tea Towels

I've been experimenting with my stencils again-
this time on tea towels.
This is the same stencil that was used on the candle holders in a prior post.

I found a 4 pack of cream cloth napkins on clearance at TJ Maxx,
one of my favorite places to shop!
They were put aside until I decided what to do with them.
Maybe they'd be nice with a stenciled design.
I'm happy with the way they turned out.

What are you working on these days?

Enjoy your week!


Tatyana@MySecretGarden said...

Hi Lynn! These napkins look lovely! Simple and elegant. I love the color too.
P.S. I used again your wreath cookies recipe (with little pieces of cherry on the top) for Christmas! Thank you!

PlantWerkZ said...

Such a interesting post. Tea Towels really nice napkins. Thank you for shearing nice post. PlantWerkz

Mariaelena said...

These are great Lynn....classic, simple and lovely!

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Hi Lynn! These napkins are very pretty. Love the color.
I've missed a couple of your posts so went back and read them. I love those candle holders. They will be perfect on your porch.
How is the crochet going?

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

Beautiful tea towels, Lynn! They match your cup perfectly too.

I'm working on a pastel portrait of my youngest grandson who turns one next month :)

My Little Home and Garden said...

Those turned out beautifully, Lynn! Did you use some kind of special fabric paint?

Dee @ A Lapin Life said...

Beautiful tea towels Lynn! I'm drinking tea right now:)

Yiota said...

The napkins are fantastic! I love the colour and pattern. And I love the cup and saucer you used for the photos!
I'm working on a crochet blanket for my son. It's been a very slow project, mainly due to laziness.

Amber Bramlett said...

My favorite shade of green! Love it!!

Cindy said...

Those look great! And I love the colour of paint that you used.
Hugs, Cindy

Rosemary said...

Lynn you are inspiring me to get busy those tea towels are gorgeous.