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Personalized Linens
Whether it's a tablecloth or a napkin, Martha says you can create custom linens for a fraction of the price.

To start, pick out a stencil to use on your linens. Spray the back of the stencil with adhesive, and place the stencil where you want the design to appear on the fabric. Then, take a paintbrush, dip it in Deka permanent fabric paint and dab at the open part of the stencil until covered. "[The paint] is water soluble, so if you make a mistake you can wash it really fast before it dries," Martha says.

When you're done painting, carefully remove the stencil and let your linens dry.

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