I printed the vintage art out on my printer, cut it out, and then glued it onto stiff mat board. I left the tags under some heavy books to dry overnight. The next day, I glittered the edges with either gold, silver, red, or blue glitter.
I cut some strips of leftover red, white, and blue fabric from my bunting with pinking shears and hot glued the center of the strips to the back of the tags. Then I just tied the fabric strips around some accordion-folded cloth napkins.
To download this vintage art:
To get the best quality download, click the photo you want and when the art opens in a new window, right click it and save it to your computer. I used my HP printer and ink with no bleeding, but you should test your own printer's ink for colorfastness or use toner based prints for your projects.
If you make a project with this vintage art, I'd love to see what you create. If you have time, please drop back with a comment and a link to your project.
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