DIY Paper Color Block Table Covering — This DIY Paper Color Block Table Covering is the perfect quick solution for covering your tables in lieu of a traditional tablecloth.
In today’s edition of Friending Up, we’re celebrating my friend Brittany’s new book, Craft The Rainbow!
I had the pleasure of meeting/stalking Brittany about five years ago at a blog conference. And I’m proud to say that I still stalk her on a regular basis even today.
If that’s not the foundation of a strong, healthy long-distance relationship then I don’t know what is.
Naturally, I was more than happy to oblige when she asked me to be a part of her book launch to celebrate!
In honor of all of her colorful paper DIY’s, I put my own twist on her color wheel tablecloth from the book by making this DIY paper color block table covering.
It’s easy peasy to recreate in just a few minutes, and also happens to very shamelessly match all of our party goods.
Materials And Tools Needed To Make A DIY Paper Color Block Table Covering
Oversized crafting paper or gift wrap in the colors of your choice
How To Make A DIY Table Covering
Layout the pieces of color paper in the general order that you’d like for them to be on your tabletop.
Using a pencil, lightly sketch the outline of your abstract edges that you’ll be cutting to create the free-flowing shapes, then cut.
Tape the paper cutouts onto the table with painters tape.
Then style and set!
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It’s a great way to quickly and easily cover scuffed tables. Or keeping your tables unscratched with the littles around in lieu of a traditional tablecloth. Don’t you think?!
Be sure to grab a copy of Brittany’s book for more rainbow DIY action.
4 thoughts on “DIY Paper Color Block Table Covering”
It looks very pretty! Your DIY tips are really impressive and unique. Now planning to gift this book to my wife as she loves to decorate house.
Thank you! Such a great idea :)
k- I’m officially asking for this book for mother’s day. It is SO good!!! And, of course, your take on it is perfect. It really is a great for a kid party!
Thanks Ashley! :) You should, the book is totally amazing!!! Glad you were inspired!