Wine Themed Napkin Cards

Wine Themed Napkin Cards

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I have another set of napkin cards to share – this time using a gorgeous, wine themed beverage napkin.

All of the panels on the above 5″ x 7″ card were cut from half of one napkin.  This beverage napkin came folded in quarters.  On each napkin, there were two panels with the wine bottles and glass print and two panels with some text and scroll designs (which is the panel in the back).  When folded, you just see the bottles and glass (which I divided into the two panels in the front).  I added a greeting and scored some horizontal lines above and below the matted panels to “fill in” some of the empty space.

The smaller sized beverage napkins make nice A2 size note card with (most of) the front print as is.  I think these would be great to make boxed sets of note cards.

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I also tried one where I resized the above panel slightly and added a few more layers, some raffia, and a greeting to create another 5″ x 7″ card.

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Click here to see how I created the napkin panel for my card.

The Mod Squad Challenge this week is called “Layered Looks” where we are encouraged to “create layered cards/projects.  Not just layered backgrounds, but layered images.” 

Thanks for checking out my card projects!

 

 

 

5 thoughts on “Wine Themed Napkin Cards

  1. Wow a very creative use of another item like this attractive napkin. A lustrous color theme that would make a terrific card to be received by a wine enthusiast or anyone who appreciates a unique and lovely card for a change.

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  2. You create real art with gorgeous napkins, Lisa! These are sensational! Wouldn’t that be a great design for a set of coasters, as well?! Hugs, Darnell

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