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Steven Sabados makes: A no-sew celestial tablecloth with napkins to match

Craft this stellar DIY for kids’ birthday parties, or any parties, tbh.

Craft this stellar DIY for kids’ birthday parties, or any parties, tbh

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Inspired by the entire universe — OK, maybe just by a time Steven Sabados got some unintentional bleach spots on his clothing — this celestial no-sew tablecloth and napkins are the perfect table dressing for the ultimate kids' birthday party, or as a starry setting for your next fancy dinner table. In his latest video, Steven shows us how simple it is to achieve this pretty pink-tinged, starry-sky pattern with just some bleach and a paintbrush. Watch to see how this cosmic creation comes together. 

Craft this stellar DIY for kids’ birthday parties, or any parties, tbh. 3:31

Here's what you'll need to follow along:

  • 100 per cent cotton navy fabric
  • Drop cloth or plastic drop sheet
  • Rubber gloves
  • Bleach
  • Paintbrush
  • Iron
  • White vinegar
  • Scissors
  • Seam binding tape, or a sewing machine

Note: when working with bleach, be sure to wear rubber gloves, use a drop sheet and always work in a well-ventilated area.  

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