Hello Friends... Hope you are staying warm and safe in this yo-yo weather pattern. The warmer winter and colder spring has everyone confused and annoyed, so I am hoping to brighten our days with some happy colors :)
In my last post, I mentioned working on my new collection of khadi table napkins and I am so happy with this assortment of of blush pink, peach, and spring green.
Full disclosure, I tend to pull out my paper napkins whenever we have guests over, especially if there are little ones involved, because its just easy to toss them away. But then there are times when you have a grown-up get together or a family brunch, and want to make it a special occasion. Just bring out these table linens and it will do the trick! The best part- you get to re-use them for ages, making them an ecofriendly choice.
Made from my favorite khadi fabric (handwoven cotton), the napkins are super absorbent and will hold up to many washes - precisely what you should look for in a table napkin. The fabric also gets softer with every wash, so your hands will thank you as well.
If you are like me, you might like the plain napkins that highlight the natural weave of the fabric. if you look closely, you can spot the two-tone color. For those of you who like prints, there is the option to pick the block printed ones. Here is one example, where I carved spring blossoms and hand printed each one over the course of 2 hours!
If flowers are not your thing, then feel free to customize your napkin with a block print of your choice from below. Or you can always send me a message with your design idea and I can work something out.
After hibernating indoors during the colder months, I sure am ready to plan some backyard get togethers for the warmer months! We are heading next week to Dallas for spring break. I have never been there and am excited to meet some old friends. We haven't met in 7 years since we were taking turns to have kids, ha!
Hope y'all get to do something fun for spring break, or have something fun lined up for the weekend :)
(p.s. thank you so much for your lovely messages and comments on my last post. I was hesitant to make it so personal, but I just had to share my experience. )