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Monogrammed Mirrored Place Setting

Set a stylish and personalized holiday table with these monogrammed coordinates -- a place mat, napkin ring, wine charm and coaster.

Monogrammed Mirror Place Mat

Materials and Tools:

12" x 12" beveled mirror tile
12" x 18" mat board
Krylon red stained glass spray paint
Krylon spray adhesive
3 patterns Plaid Paper Wardrobe 12" x 12" scrapbook paper
masking tape
double-sided tape
craft knife
self-healing cutting mat
card stock for stencil
computer and printer

Steps:

1. Cut one sheet of 12" x 12" paper in half lengthwise. Adhere each half sheet of paper to right and left sides of mat board, leaving space in the middle for mirror.

2. On the computer or by hand, print desired initial about 6 inches tall, in preferred font, on card stock. Cut out the initial with a craft knife on a self-healing mat.

3. Position stencil on mirror tile and cover remainder of mirror to prevent overspray. Spray the initial with stained glass paint. Let dry about 15 minutes.

4. Mask off everything except the bevel edges of the mirror. Spray evenly with stained glass paint, making sure to get the edges. Let dry. Remove stencil.

5. With double-sided tape, adhere mirror to backing board.

Tip: When using the stained glass spray, if you get paint where you don’t want it, carefully scrape off with a razor blade. To clean, wipe gently with window cleaner.

Mirrored Monogrammed Napkin Ring

Project by Eileen Hull.

Materials (each):

Plaid Paper Wardrobe 6" x 2-1/2" strip of paper
Krylon spray adhesive
1-1/2" mirror circle
Krylon red stained glass spray paint
masking tape
adhesive-backed 7/8" square Velcro
1-1/4" circle punch
computer and printer
card stock
craft knife

Steps:

1. On card stock, print desired letter in preferred font about 3/4 inch tall.

2. Cut letter out of card stock with a craft knife and center cut-out letter in circle punch. Punch out.

3. Spray back of initial circle with spray adhesive. Center on round mirror.

4. Spray with red stained glass paint. Let dry. Remove stencil.

5. Fold paper in half lengthwise. Spray back of paper with adhesive and refold paper together.

6. Form into a ring. Adhere one side of Velcro to top underside of band and the other to the bottom so ring is secured.

7. With double-sided tape, stick mirror circle over top of napkin ring so juncture is concealed.

8. Add napkin.

Tip: If you are strapped for time and don’t want to cut your own, there are plenty of ready-made alphabet stencils available in craft stores! I won’t tell...

Mirrored Monogrammed Coaster

Project by Eileen Hull.

Materials (each):

4" red mat board square
2 coordinating Plaid Paper Wardrobe papers
3" mirror square
Krylon red stained glass spray paint
Krylon spray adhesive
double-sided tape
craft knife
cork coaster
card stock
computer and printer

Steps:

1. On computer, print initial in desired font on card stock, about 2 inches tall. Cut initial out of card stock with craft knife.

2. Center initial and cut out a 2-3/4-inch square of the card stock. Apply spray adhesive to back of stencil and place on 3-inch mirror tile.

3. Spray stained glass paint evenly over initial and border. Let dry and remove stencil.

4. On 4-inch mat square, layer in decreasing sizes two coordinating printed papers. Adhere centered mirror square with double-stick tape.

5. Adhere cork square to back of coaster.

Monogrammed Mirror Wine Charm

Project by Eileen Hull.

Materials (each):

1-1/4" circle punch
2 Plaid Paper Wardrobe coordinating print papers
red eyelet
red bead
3/4" wire hoop
1" mirror circle
Krylon red stained glass spray paint
double-sided tape
Krylon spray adhesive
card stock
computer and printer

Steps:

1. Cut two scraps of coordinating paper about 2 inches square. Spray back of one with adhesive and adhere other paper on top, wrong sides together.

2. Punch out a circle. Set red eyelet on top.

3. On computer, print in desired font on cardstock preferred initial about 5/8 inch tall.

4. Cut initial out of card stock with craft knife. Spray back with adhesive. Lay stencil on top of mirror circle and spray glass paint. Let dry and remove stencil.

5. Thread wire ring with red bead and mirror charm.

Tips: Make a set for the whole gang using each family member’s initials, or spray the last initial in all different colors. Tie them together with a festive holiday bow and package in a nice gift box, or use them as a decoration on a box of wine glasses.

Eileen's Web site: www.paperworketc.com

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