When I was shopping for new dinner napkins, everything started looking the same– b o r i n g –until I found Oregon-based Oh, Little Rabbit. Their eco-friendly home goods are natural, sustainable and have a sense of humor. So even if your dinner guests are painfully dull and want to make you poke your eye out with a red hot cheese spreader–not that I have ever…ever felt that way– your table setting doesn’t have to be.
I mean, just look at my octopus dinner napkins. How cool are they? I also got the Strongman set. And if I had room to entertain more guests, I would have gotten a set of Vanagons, deli sandwiches and flying pigs.
At just $10 for a set of 4, Oh, Little Rabbit’s 100% organic cotton napkins come in a variety of vivid colors printed in non-toxic, water-based fabric ink, and hand-printed to order. They measure 19 x 19 inches, are machine-washable and get softer with each wash. These adorable napkins get the conversation going at your own dinner table (cheese, anyone?), and make a whimsical hostess gift, gift wrap, or well…a bandana on a bad hair day.
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We also spotted leg lamp baby onesies ($16), bicycle pillow cases ($22) and deep sea diver towels ($10), for the times you just want to wipe your hands clean of a man who needs equipment to go down. Get 10% off your order at Oh, Little Rabbit’s Etsy shop with the promo code CRAFT.
Mary was born and raised in New York City where her family owned restaurants. Instead of eating dirt on the playground, she ate duck blood, beef tripe and pork belly. She cut her teeth at The Mandarin Oriental and The Ritz-Carlton hotels, working with Barbra Streisand, Vanessa Williams, Michael Stipe, LeVar Burton, Jane Krakowski and others. Mary founded Girl Meets Food in 2009 as a cover for her debilitating addiction to fried chicken and was named Washington Post’s “Favorite Local Foodie.” After 13 years in hospitality, she started freelance writing for USA Today, The Washington Post, Eater, Washington City Paper, and more. Today, she provides digital marketing for hospitality clients as a content creator who’s contently creating content.