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This is such a busy time of year, and schedules quickly fill up. I’m all about simplifying the things that you can, so you have more time for the things that really matter. Example: holiday entertaining clean up. Today, I’m participating in the Drink Make Wish Bake Campaign, and sharing a few favorite tips to help make holiday entertaining (and clean up) a breeze!
DIY Napkin Ring and Name Tag
Are you looking for a stylish way to set the table? Do you also need name tags for each place setting?
Well, this simple DIY napkin ring does double duty!
Simple wrap your utensils in Vanity Fair Impressions Napkins and secure with twine in a single knot. Then attach a natural sprig (from an inexpensive winter mix bouquet) and a name tag with a simple bow.
This is a simple and inexpensive way to spruce up your holiday table setting!
Click the download button below for your own printable name tags:
An Easy Holiday Entertaining Hack
Want to set up the easiest holiday sideboard or buffet and keep clean-up a breeze?
Start with wrapping paper!
Yep – wrapping paper isn’t just for gifts. It makes the perfect covering for a buffet or even a simple table runner for a holiday dinner.
Just lay down a favorite pattern of wrapping paper, and then line up your serving dishes. Look to Dixie Ultra Holiday Plates and Vanity Fair Impressions Napkins to help you forget about the mess and focus on making memories and enjoying the season.
No need for fancy pitchers for your beverages. If you want to get festive, click the download button below for your printable bottle wrapper. You can write on the wrapper with a permanent marker to let guests know the difference between diet, regular, or flavored options. And with 7UP and Canada Dry Ginger Ale varieties, there is an option to please every guest! Just secure the wrapper with a piece of tape on the back, and you’re good to go.
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