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  1. Brilliant Lory! I’d never thought of printable napkin rings! It’s a beautiful suite – perfect for fall! ? I always want to create my own plates too, and linens, and vases and … ! Happy Monday!

  2. These are so beautiful, Lory! What a great idea for a printable set for fall. LOVE!
    Hugs, Jamie

  3. Cecilia from Georgia says:

    I’m late reading this and so I glad I found it in time for our fish dinner at the church. I’m using the place cards to label the different food. They are so attractive! Thanks for sharing!XOXO

  4. Biodynamic Barb says:

    Wow! These are gorgeous! Can you share the software you used to create them?

  5. Biodynamic Barb says:

    If you found someone to produce plates that look like your menu, I would buy them. Perhaps one of your ‘partners’ would be interested?

  6. Biodynamic Barb says:

    (Sorry for all the comments!)

    Can you tell me whether the rim of the Artland Copertino wine glass is rolled or cut?

    Thank you!

    1. The ones I have are from Bed Bath and Beyond and are not crystal. They have a slight rolled rim but I linked the Artland Copertino because BBB doesn’t appear to carry my glasses anymore. I just checked the website and it looks like the one I linked isn’t available either. I’m sorry about that. It’s very hard to keep up with these vendors who change their links constantly.

  7. Susan Pussilano says:

    Love everything about the table setting. Simple, warm and elegant!

  8. Michele M. says:

    Thank you so much, Lory!

    Your designs are perfect!!!!!

  9. Bethsy Rodriguez says:

    Thank you! Lovely designs!

  10. Bethsy Rodriguez says:

    Lovely designs. Excited to use them for my next table setting at home.

  11. Could you explain the steps in printing the menu cards? Thank you!

    1. Sure! Click on the link that says click HERE for the digital download. This will take you to a page in ‘Box’ with the artwork. You do not need to log in or sign up for an account, so just ignore those prompts. Just click the download button in the upper right hand corner. The artwork will download to your computer, likely into your downloads folder or wherever you have it set up for downloads.

      Then open the PDF file of the artwork, load the paper you’ll want to print on (I recommend water color paper or card stock) in regular 8 1/2″ x 11″ size into your printer and click print. You may have to adjust the print settings depending on your printer, but I always select the top quality print setting and also your paper may be loaded in an auxiliary spot for special papers. That will depend on your printer, so I can’t be more specific there.

      Hope that helps!