Apart from properly fluffed eggs and a case of champagne, hosting a successful brunch is all about the presentation.
To help with the details, we asked Laura Fenton - blogger, stylist, and domestic shark - for an easy way to give place settings (look at you, all proper) some depth. Her vegetable-stamped napkins will last past the party, and any unused celery is Bloody Mary ready.
Laura Fenton's Stamped Napkins
Makes one set
Vegetables (celery, lettuce, bok choy, etc.)
6-8 prewashed fabric napkins (Fenton uses basics from West Elm.)
Ink pad for fabrics (Fenton prefers VersaMagic stamp pads.)
Paper towels or newspaper
2. Cover work surface with two layers of paper towels or newspaper and lay a napkin flat over them. Press the cutRead More »from DIY Stamped Napkins