Monday, August 15, 2011

Make A Table Topper Square

It's so easy to make a table topper
 with just a square of fabric.
I've made a few of these for the
seasons and holidays.  
 I buy fabric (length equal to width) for just a few
 dollars using a 50% off coupon.
Just iron a hem all around and
 either sew it, or use fabric glue or bonding tape. 
I have quite a collection now.
 Many of these are 36" squares from Longaberger.
Some of the others have been passed on to me.
I store them in the pie safe HERE.
I'm using my daisy filled picket fence tote
from my previous post as the centerpiece.
The daisy pattern is all about summertime.
The napkins are just tucked into the mug handles.
Ice tea is served in a Mason jar.
I brought in this little daisy frame 
from another room.
This would make a cute menu card.
These are just small potted dahlberg daisies.
 More daisy art on a nearby wall.
with strawberries
with tea and apples
It's in  a neat stack I can easily store 
on a shelf in the garage.
How handy is that!
Cheers!





21 comments:

  1. Thanks for the idea! I bet even I could do this:):) XO, Pinky

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  2. Love your table square. I have made several also, they are just wonderful to use and so easy to make. Love the fabric for this one and your tablescape is beautiful. Thanks so much for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

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  3. Wow, you have so many. Love this new blue one, so fresh an crisp looking.

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  4. Love it Rita! I have quite a few of those too!

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  5. Really v ery nice, yeah, I could probably try it and make some for my grands rooms! Good idea, thanks for sharing it at Marty's TT party. Have a great week. FABBY

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  6. Hi Rita! Oh, I love those little table squares. I have so much fabric and now I'm going to look through them and do just what you've done! I love your daisy table and that little caddy - too cute!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia :)

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  7. Rita, I love table toppers and I don't know why I don't make more..probably because I hate to sew. I like your idea of using iron on hem tape or glue. Your tablesape is so fresh and cute with the daisy theme.I like the way you put the napkin in the mug handle. Cute.
    Thanks for the ideas.

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  8. Adorable table setting, love the daisies! Visting via A Stroll Thru Life.

    Hugs,
    Tami @ A Girls Gotta Nest

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  9. You're killing me with all this talent! Great ideas and I thank you for them! I love that fabric, it's so happy! Hope you have a wonderful week and thanks again for the ideas!

    Mary

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  10. So pretty! I absolutely love the yellow/blue/white theme with a touch of red -- love, love, love!
    :) CAS

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  11. You have a beautiful blog. This looks great. I would love for you to stop by My Dream Canvas. Take care Anu

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  12. Great idea Rita. I have done a couple of these too. You have an awesome collection!!

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  13. What a cute and doable idea! I'm checking out my fabric stash to see what I can come up with to start my own collection.

    This daisy fabric and the yellow and blue place setting are so refreshing. Love daisies!

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  14. Love your table topper tips. Cute and perky daisy tablescape.

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  15. So cute! I have been making toppers and napkins all summer. So much fun and adds so much to a table. Would love to see all your fabric!

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  16. Love the daisies and the table topper.. for bigger tables you could layer two of them! great table with daisies as the backdrop. xo marlis

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  17. So pretty and summery! I just love the variations you can do with these. I am sure your stack will get bigger and bigger!

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  18. Lovely lovely.

    Thank you for sharing.

    Love,
    Karin Şen Cankan
    Karinsfairytale.blogspot.com

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  19. Wow, Rita...you DO have quite a collection of table toppers! Makes changing the look of a table SO easy, doesn't it? I love the daisy pattern...it's so sweet. Gotta quote "You've Got Mail" again: "Don't you thnk daisies are the friendliest flowers?" :-)

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  20. Just beautiful, what time should I arrive? LOL! I love your setting, and the china is just glorious. You always do such a good job with these tablescapes - inspirational for sure!

    Listen, I have a new series on my blog called: "A Picture is Worth ..." I'm trying to get back to posting pictures about my house, and I'd love it if you'd come by and see the bar in the dining room! :)

    xo,
    A

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