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A Napkin Folding Trick That Will Make Your Holiday Party So Much Better

Because parties if not an excuse to show off?
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If you're the holiday host or hostess in your group of friends, we applaud you for your worthy service.

Let's face it: You spend hours planning the most joyous centerpiece. You sweat in the kitchen mastering the sweetest holiday desserts. You say to yourself, "Wow, I've really got this hosting thing down." (You deserve a personal pat on the back.)

But, do you know the ultimate holiday hosting trick: How to fold a Christmas tree napkin?

Sure, it may not seem like an essential party hack, but this trick will take your hosting game from Fab Host to Hostess With The Mostess in a few easy steps. The best part is, you don't need to spend days experimenting with linen origami. The creators behind this nifty video from Sand & Sisal already did that — so you only need to take two minutes.

Go ahead. Impress your guests beyond belief. Watch as your napkin tree is showcased on many a holiday Instagram posts. Accept a sash that says "Hostess With The Mostess 2016."And know that you deserve it.

h/t: Design Taxi

From: ELLE Decor

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.
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