June & December Herbal Tea Garden Napkins Set (4 pcs)
June & December Herbal Tea Garden Napkins Set - lifestyle shot showing napkin beside bars of soap (not included)
June & December Herbal Tea Garden Napkins Set - showing close-up of two patterns
June & December Herbal Tea Garden Napkins Set - showing close-up of two other patterns
$40.00

June & December

Herbal Tea Garden Napkins Set

SKU: 44154

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Warm your table with chamomile, tea, licorice and lemon verbena napkins. Screen printed on 100% flour sack cotton, these napkins are extremely soft and absorbent, meaning they work just like you want your napkins to. Plus they are machine washable and safe to bleach making them perfect for messy dinners! Pairs well with the Herbal Tea Garden Towel.

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These reversible napkins have two designs on one napkin. When folded, each side displays a different design, allowing for versatility with table settings. (tea + chamomile, and licorice + lemon verbena).

- 15” x 20” napkin, four designs per set
- two designs per napkin
- Screen printed using eco-friendly inks
- Napkin sizes + colors may vary slightly
- Pre-shrunk, machine washable, bleach + iron safe
- Designed, Processed, Printed and Packaged in USA

Ingredients + Benefits

100% Flour Sack Cotton.

Brand Info

June & December was founded in 2014 with an adventurous spirit and the idea that the most memorable gifts have a meaningful story to tell. The Founders aspire to have these goods remind you of a recent adventure, a memorable dinner, or a fond childhood memory and hope these stories connect with yours as we all celebrate the many ways nature brings us together.
- Katie + Nick Forte, Founders

An astute student of nature and collector of clipped sprigs and forest finds, you can find Katie’s inspiration deep within her hand-drawn illustrations, graphic designs and original patterns. Her artwork celebrates and explores the natural wonder found all around us, like the fern: often walked on and overlooked, the fern adds green to the darkest forest shadows where the sunlight remains elusive.
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