Make your Valentine’s Day table special by adding pretty napkins. If you like crafting, you’ll like these napkin folding, stamping, and embroidery tutorials. Each of these Valentine’s Day Napkins is quick and inexpensive, but will make a huge impact on your Valentine’s Day table.

Valentine’s Day Napkins

Bright Settings has two dozen napkin folding tutorials, all with step-by-step graphic instructions as well as videos. For Valentine’s Day, try the Heart napkin fold.

Smarty Had a Party sets a pretty Valentine’s Day table. I especially like this Layered Heart napkin fold.

Style At Home provides a quick tutorial for this envelope napkin fold. Just think of all the things you could hide inside the envelope!

Stone Gable always has beautiful decorating ideas. This Rosette in a tea cup is so romantic.

Stamped Valentine’s Day Napkins

Design Improvised shows you how to stamp tea towels or napkins using a paper doily. It’s a quick and easy craft that even the kids could do.

These ombre heart napkins from Julep are wonderful. All you need is a stencil and some fabric paint.

Leah from Freutcake has a great tutorial for wood block printed napkins. If you make your own stamps, you have more control over the final product.

Debbie Doos shows you how to make Valentine’s Day napkins using fabric markers. This is a great option if you’re apprehensive about paint.

Leslie from House On The Way also uses fabric markers. I love these delicate Valentine’s Day Arrow napkins.

Sarah Hearts painted simple Xs and Os to make these charming hugs and kisses cloth napkins. You don’t have to be Picasso to get great results.

Embroidered Valentine’s Day Napkins

Do you like working with needle and thread? I sure do. These hearts all in a row are actually quite simple to do, especially if you follow the great tutorial from Design Sponge.

Bren from Bren Did has a great tutorial for turning inexpensive tea towels into pretty Valentine’s Day napkins. Don’t let the embroidery scare you. It’s a simple running stitch that anyone can master quickly.

If you don’t have red Valentine’s Day napkins in your linen closet, click over to Bright Settings to see our great selection of fabrics. From basic polyester to damask to sheer napkins, the hardest part will be picking your favorite. Whichever you choose, your Valentine’s Day table is sure to look wonderful.