St Patrick's Party Napkins, Green Four Leaf Clover-Themed Lucky Design (5 In, 50 Pack)

SKU: LJ-DOGHU-072420-03-1

Expect delivery within 5-7 business days if item is in stock.

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  • Party Supplies: Add these napkins to your St. Patrick's party supplies, the four leaf clover will help create a cohesive theme throughout your event
  • Protect Your Surfaces: Use the napkins to keep your tables clean and stain-free from spilled food, milk, juice, or soda; highly absorbent and soft to ensure a comfortable dining experience
  • Quality Napkin, At A Value Price: Each St. Patricks paper napkin is 3-ply to ensure that it doesn't tear easily when used
  • The Perfect Size: Our Irish themed four leaf shamrock cocktail napkins measure 5 x 5 inches folded, and 10 x 10 inches unfolded
  • Save Money, Buy In Bulk: Save time and money with this bulk St. Patricks napkin pack; includes a total of 50 napkins to ensure that you have enough for your upcoming event
  • ASIN: b08dn84f79
Product description

Elevate your dining and dessert tables with this napkin set that includes 50 green cocktail napkins. The decorative four-leaf clovers will perfectly complement your decor for an upcoming St. Patrick's party. The sturdy wooden pulp construction ensures accidental spills and messes are cleaned with ease. Spend more time celebrating and less time cleaning up, disposal is a hassle-free task with these party napkins! Sparkle and Bash is your source for spectacular, high-quality party and event supplies. We carry exactly what you need to create a visual statement to elevate your party space while keeping things affordable and easy.

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