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!
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 here. And of course, find out more about our fun club here.
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:
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!
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.
I didn’t mind the uneven prints and that it didn’t come out perfect.
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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