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  • Welcome to Kiss My Tulle, where the weddings are big but the budgets are small. I'm Cris Stone and I live in San Antonio, Texas (by way of Salcha, Alaska) with my new husband (The Boy), our baby girl (Melanie), puppy (Hank), and cat (Caira).

    I'm excited to share my ideas on creating the wedding of your dreams on an affordable budget.

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06 June 2011

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J (Sparkly Love)

genius!! lucky for me the cloth napkins for the wedding are provided by the venue... but this is so cute and easy, i might make a few for the house for dinner parties!!

KissMyTulle

Oooh. Good plan! The best material for this project is a double-sided cotton duckcloth or broadcloth. Good luck!

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