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Summerly printed tablecloths for Int’l Bloggers Club Challenge

It’s the last Monday of the month, which means, time for another Int’l Bloggers Club! I’m showing you my summerly printed tablecloths for Int’l Bloggers Club Challenge today! 

Summerly printed tablecloths for int'l bloggers club [kreativk.net]

It’s June, well, the end of it already, can you believe that? Soon we’re in July and well, big time in Summer! I love that! That means extra time with family, fun times at the beach, relaxing, hanging out and just enjoying this time of year! This months challenge is: Summer DIY, what else would it be, hey? In case though, you’d like to also look at last months challenge, click hereAnd of course, find out more about our fun club here

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Summerly printed tablecloths for Int’l Bloggers Club Challenge

I wanted to do this for the longest time! Print on fabric and make fun tablecloths! So I thought that it was a perfect fit for our summer theme at Int’l Bloggers Club this month. And the Best I thought was: I had everything handy at home and you might have it ready as well, in case you like to give this a try! It’s fun & easy. 

I had white linens that I cut in half, cause I wanted to make two different mix & match tablecloths. And my “stencils” were a potatoe masher and a mini baking mold. Check it out:

Summerly printed tablecloths for Int'l Bloggers Club Challenge [kreativk.net]

And of course blue paint, fabric paint or acrylic, I used acrylic, I didn’t have fabric paint in the blue tone that I wanted to use. So acrylic paint washes well too, it does get a little stiff if you use too much, but if you just roughly stamp it it’s fine! 

Summerly printed tablecloths for Int'l Bloggers Club Challenge [kreativk.net]

And then I got going. The potatoe masher was easy to grab and just dip in the paint and print. I used the back side of the mini baking mold and brushed paint on it and then printed it on the fabric pressing it down firmly. 

Summerly printed tablecloths for Int'l Bloggers Club Challenge [kreativk.net]

I didn’t mind the uneven prints and that it didn’t come out perfect. 

Summerly printed tablecloths for Int'l Bloggers Club Challenge [kreativk.net]

 

Summerly printed tablecloths for Int'l Bloggers Club Challenge [kreativk.net]

 

Summerly printed tablecloths for Int'l Bloggers Club Challenge [kreativk.net]

 

Summerly printed tablecloths for Int'l Bloggers Club Challenge [kreativk.net]

 

Summerly printed tablecloths for Int'l Bloggers Club Challenge [kreativk.net]

 

Summerly printed tablecloths for Int'l Bloggers Club Challenge [kreativk.net]

And these are my easy summerly printed tablecloths for Int’l Bloggers Club this month! Why don’t you also hop over to Mary’s, Keri’s & Pili’s blog and check out their summer DIY’s? You can find their links below! 

Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today and always! Happy Summer!

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  • Reply
    Top 10 Posts of 2016 - KreativK
    04/01/2017 at 08:43

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    12/07/2016 at 01:47

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    Lynn
    04/07/2016 at 13:38

    Hey Katrin…these really have a lovely batik feel to them…and you’re right…they are very summerly. I love how you used what you had in the kitchen to stamp them. And I know you are going to have so much fun teaching art this fall!
    Have a wonderful week.
    Hugs, Lynn
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      Katrin
      04/07/2016 at 18:54

      Yes, it will be fun, art with the little ones is great, love it! And these were fun as well! Hope you’re enjoying your 4th of July friend!

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    Elina
    03/07/2016 at 15:54

    Wow for the creative use regular items! I like how they turned out, no one would never guess what you used for these. I also like the idea that you don’t need any fancy equipment for these, just look around your kitchen. 🙂
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      Katrin
      03/07/2016 at 17:34

      Thanks so much Elina! Yes, I love projects that involve stuff I have at hand!

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    Florence
    02/07/2016 at 16:10

    Katrin, how GENIUS! However did you come up with such a cute idea? It absolutely looks like you bought it! I love the idea and the summery look you created with what you had on hand.

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      Katrin
      03/07/2016 at 07:40

      Thank you so so much Florence! I don’t know how, i just saw that masher and liked the form of it I guess, lol, not sure…. but it worked out!

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    Carol@blueskykitchen
    02/07/2016 at 15:01

    Katrin, I love this DIY. So simple but so cute. I have several flour sack dish towels that I think would work for this project. I have plenty of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint which can also be used on fabric. Thanks for the inspiration and thanks so much for sharing at Your Inspired Design Link Party.
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      Katrin
      03/07/2016 at 07:39

      Thanks so much Carol, it’s a lot of fun making these, and I bet you can find more interesting printing objects around the house. Chalkpaint is great on fabric, i’ve never tried it but heard about it!

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    Sandra
    01/07/2016 at 19:05

    Very pretty and resourceful! With this method I can have lots of fun new linen.
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      Katrin
      02/07/2016 at 08:52

      It was lots of fun to make these Sandra, now I’m thinking with what to print next 😉

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    Nikki
    29/06/2016 at 16:06

    Girl, I need to come up with new words that mean the same as “I love this, it’s so cool, your style and creativity floor me” Cause I keep saying this over and over in your comment section. But I really mean it, project after project. You take the simplest things and turn them into art. Just bits and pieces of items laying around, or use that marker of yours to make the world a more beautiful place. It seems so effortless and airy. I am jealous of your talent! Seriously love these table cloths and I love that color of blue. These turned out so cool!
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      Katrin
      30/06/2016 at 08:30

      Lol Nikki, you know I love simple and it doesn’t have to involve big tools for me to make a project fun, like these tablecloths… Sometimes it’s right there in front of me and I use it. Thanks for the visit friend!

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    Michelle
    29/06/2016 at 11:11

    Great idea, wow, and the tablecloths looks stunning. I’m going to be looking at my kitchen utensils in a whole new way after seeing this, lol!!

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      Katrin
      29/06/2016 at 12:50

      Hahahaha, Michelle, so funny. I know, hey? I didn’t even know I had a masher, lol, I think I made mashed potatoes like once or twice for Christmas maybe… not sure, but yep, definitely prefer printing with it!

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    Ilka
    28/06/2016 at 19:48

    Katrin – the prints turned out beautiful and absolutely gorgeous for Summer!
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      Katrin
      29/06/2016 at 12:45

      Ilka, Thanks so so much! Happy you like them, they were so much fun to make!

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    Celeste
    28/06/2016 at 16:45

    I love your choice of stamping tools, creative. So beautiful!

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      Katrin
      29/06/2016 at 12:45

      Thanks Celeste 🙂

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    Ivory
    28/06/2016 at 16:35

    Who don’t love something fabulous, and yet inexpensive to acquire it, thanks to you! Like most have already stated, who would have thought of creating such gorgeous creativity. Thank you so much for sharing.

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      Katrin
      28/06/2016 at 21:50

      Thanks so much Ivory! THat is so nice of you to say 🙂

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    Ellen
    27/06/2016 at 23:41

    You never cease to amaze me- how do you think of these things? If I had a potato masher in my hand I still wouldn’t think of using it in this way! You are an out of the box thinker for sure. I love the blue and white, so summery. Thank-you for another inspired post, as always!

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      Katrin
      28/06/2016 at 08:48

      Aw Thanks so much Ellen! That means so much to me! I love getting creative and the masher was so easy to grab because of the handle, now I’m looking for different kind of mashers, lol. but not to make mashed potatoes, although I love eating those too!

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    Brianna
    27/06/2016 at 20:21

    These looks so cool. I would never have guessed what you used for stamps. I’m sure you know but there is fabric medium you can add to acrylic paint if you can’t find the right color to make it softer.

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      Katrin
      27/06/2016 at 22:32

      Oh, I didn’t know that, Thank you Brianna, will have to look for that!! Thanks so much!!

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    Julia - Vintage with Laces
    27/06/2016 at 16:27

    I absolutely love how your tableclothes turned out, Katrin! The white and blue looks so fresh and summery. What a great idea to use a masher and a baking tin to stamp. Both designs are very pretty.
    Have a wonderful week! 🙂

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      Katrin
      27/06/2016 at 20:28

      Thanks so much Julia! Printing is a quick thing and i like when I have stuff around and don’t have to go out and buy it!

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    Keri
    27/06/2016 at 15:11

    Katrin, i just love your tablecloths!! I bet this was so much fun to make!! The patterns from the potato masher and baking mold are so cool!! You did a great job on this! It’s so summery and lovely!!
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      Katrin
      27/06/2016 at 20:24

      Thanks so much friend! It was super fun and guess what! Super easy too, lol!

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    Runwright
    27/06/2016 at 15:10

    This is truly Kreativ!
    I like fabric painting and I would’ve never thought to use a potato masher for a stencil.
    I love the finished product.

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      Katrin
      27/06/2016 at 20:24

      Thanks so much, that’s awesome that you like this!!! 🙂

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    ana@carpe_diem
    27/06/2016 at 14:46

    loooove all 4 projects! can’t decide which I like better 😉
    off to kitchen to find MY potatoe masher – guess it won’t be making ONLY puree any more 😉
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      Katrin
      27/06/2016 at 20:23

      hahaha, nope, not only useful to make mashed potatoes! Thanks so much Ana 🙂

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    Mary-the boondocks blog
    27/06/2016 at 10:38

    Katrin I love the blue on white it looks so fresh and summery. I can’t believe you used a potatoes masher, that is really clever. Now we can all make pretty tablecloths at a fraction of the cost that we are charged at the stores. They really are much prettier because you get to put your own special design.
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      Katrin
      27/06/2016 at 20:22

      Yes, absolutely, Mary, I love the blue and white this summer it’s cool! Thanks so much friend!

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    Pili
    27/06/2016 at 09:46

    Katrin you are so funny and creative!! Who in the world would think about using a potato masher to make stencils? Only a great mind can do it! Your tablecloth looks so pretty and it’s perfect for summer both indoors or outdoors. Enjoy it!!
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      Katrin
      27/06/2016 at 20:22

      Hahaha, thanks so much Pili! It was so easy and really fun to use what I found here!

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