Painted Turkey napkins are a part of my #turkeytablescapes for my Thanksgiving table display and I’m so excited to share a quick & easy DIY project with you today.
1 1/2 yards of a natural colored fabric
Deco Art ink effects transfer ink in Black
turkey silhouette clip art
fine tip paint brush
You will need to wash and dry your fabric before starting this project. I cut 6 12×12 squares out of my fabric and set them aside. Printed out 6 copies of my turkey on plain paper. I made multiple copies so I could paint all the turkeys at once. I used my hair dryer to speed up the drying process. Once the paint was dry I placed my painted turkey picture face down on top of my napkin and pressed it with a hot iron for 30 seconds or so. Removed the paper and done!
I didn’t even need to finish off the edges of the napkins for this project.
You certainly could finish off the edges of your napkins if you wanted a less rustic look.
All of my supplies for this project were from Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft store except for my iron and the clip art I found online.
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This post is part of the Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores Celebrate the Season campaign. I received compensation in craft supplies for this project and post; however, this is my personal opinion based on my experience. All products used were of my personal choice.