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Monday
Jul302012

multi-purpose napkin holder

Happy Monday! How is July nearly over already?! The months fly by so quickly.

The other day I came across this simply irresistible napkin holder at Target (only $4.99!). I can't quite decide what I should use it for...

Don't you love a great functional-yet-inexpensive home addition? Any other ideas for better use???

Also pictured: Fabric by Amy Butler // Recipe cards by One Canoe Two //

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Reader Comments (3)

oooh! I wasn't excited to go to Target today for some boring errands (trash bags, kitty litter, etc), but NOW that I know THIS could be waiting for me...I am so eager to go! For me, definitely mail holder! :)

July 31, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterkimberly

booo :( both the Target's near me are out of the pretty aqua one :( and the black one is just too severe.

July 31, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterkimberly

I have been desperately seeking these for my wedding! So far no targets near me carry them, but I'm still on the hunt!

August 7, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterbrianne

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