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Thanksgiving Burlap Place Setting

Americana® Multi-Surface Acrylics

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Thanksgiving Burlap Place Setting

designed by PLA Schneider

This placemat and napkin ring duo will add fall colors to your Thanksgiving decorating.

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Learn more about Americana® Multi-Surface Acrylics.

SUPPLIES

Americana® Multi-Surface Acrylics

  • Cocoa Bean (DA535)
  • Dark Scarlet (DA508)
  • Iris (DA531)
  • Pumpkin Patch (DA511)
  • Turf Green (DA520)

Other supplies

  • water container
  • palette or plastic plate
  • paper towels
  • scissors
  • pencil
  • #8 flat brush
  • hot glue gun and glue sticks
  • #6 round brush
  • Contac® paper
  • black permanent marker
  • cosmetic sponge
  • cardstock (or precut place cards; optional)
  • burlap placemat (number will depend on your dining table)
  • napkin ring (metal or wood - the ones used here are metal)

INSTRUCTIONS

NOTE: Let dry completely between painting steps.

  1. Using a #6 round brush and Cocoa Bean, paint a wavy line on the right side of the placemat. (Refer to the pattern if needed.)
  2. Trace the acorn pattern onto Contac paper and cut out to make a stencil. Using a cosmetic sponge, dab on Pumpkin Patch, Dark Scarlet, Turf Green, and Iris. (Refer to photo for color placement.)
  3. Trace the acorn top pattern and leaves onto Contac paper and cut out to make stencils. Using a cosmetic sponge, dab Cocoa Bean into the acorn top and leaf stencils. (Refer to photo for placement.)
  4. Use a cosmetic sponge to dab on two coats of Cocoa Bean to the napkin rings.
  5. Cut thin strips of burlap (approx 3/4" long). Using a #8 flat brush, paint a stripe along the middle of each strip in either Dark Scarlet, Pumpkin Patch, Iris, or Turf Green. Loop around the napkin ring and adhere with a hot glue gun.

HELPFUL HINTS

(Optional) You can also create matching place cards by cutting cardstock and painting to match the burlap strips around the napkin rings. (Or use precut place cards.)