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Scribble Linens place mats ($15) come in ten different styles and include three pieces of chalk.
The place mats can be used to assign seats at a dinner party.
You can use the traditional fabric side or opt for a creative tablescape.
Scribble Linens coasters ($12.50 for four) can defuse "Whose wine is this anyway?" problems.
Scribble Linens creator Sarah Mutscheller doodles away.
We love a good dinner party, but they can sometimes seem unnecessarily staged, what with the complex silverware settings and elaborate origami-rigged napkins. (Thanks, Pinterest.)
So we were happy to learn there?s a way to add some easy whimsy to the proceedings: Scribble Linens.
Plano mom Sarah Mutscheller got the idea a few years ago when she came across some chalk cloth and included it in her dinner party?s tablescape. No offense to her cooking, but the resulting oohs and ahhs had nothing to do with the food. (In fact, her guests had so much fun doodling on the swatches that they nearly forgot to eat.)
Now, the savvy businesswoman has a trademark on her three-month-old collection of reversible chalk-cloth table linens and a patent pending too.
Available online, at Write Selection in Dallas and at Under the Bow in Plano, the place mats ($15), table runners ($40) and table toppers ($70) come in ten different styles that feature festive prints such as red-and-white chevron and baroque patterns.
As for the oenophiles among us, the coasters ($12.50 for a set of four) solve the age-old ?Whose wine is this?? problem quite nicely.
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