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7 Gorgeous DIYs for Tabletops

Before you rush out to the store to buy anything new for the tabletop, consider making something of your own instead! Making your own table runner and napkins can give your table a homemade touch and save some moola. These easy tutorials are totally customizable, so you are free to change things up if you like by creating your own personal design. Did you know that you can pretty much gold-leaf anything? Use the simple technique to embellish your tableware.

If you’re seeking other ways to spruce up your tabletop without breaking the bank, you’ve come to the right place. Here are 7 DIYs for your tabletop!

  • Gold Leaf Tableware 1 of 7
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    To embellish your tableware, a simple tutorial can show you how to gold-leaf anything.


    Learn more at Pretty Prudent

  • Colorful Mason Jar Candles 2 of 7
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    Light up the dinner table with mason jar candles that you can add your own colors to.


    Learn more at Henry Happened

  • Felt Rainbow Coasters 3 of 7
    03

    Work with the kids to make a set of pretty felt rainbow coasters.


    Learn more at Henry Happened

  • Bias Tape Table Runner 4 of 7
    04

    Learn how to make your own bias tape to create a reversible table runner.


    Learn more at Pretty Prudent

  • Napkin Rings 5 of 7
    05

    Get some inspiration from your scrap fabrics, and turn them into beautiful bow napkin rings you can bring out on the holidays.


    Learn more at Pretty Prudent

  • Simple Serger Napkins 6 of 7
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    Make a set of easy serger napkins to change out each season.


    Learn more at Pretty Prudent

  • Color-Block Cutlery 7 of 7
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    Give your wooden cutlery a makeover with this cute color-block pattern.


    Learn more at Studio DIY

Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Pretty Prudent, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.

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