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Berry Happy, Mixed Berry Napkin Set, Sold in a set of 4

You’ll love these screen-printed 100% cotton flour sack napkins in four fun, and colorful berry designs with creative packaging. We have trouble keeping them in stock so get yours before they sell out (again!). This set includes one strawberry, blueberry, raspberry and blackberry napkin. Each design is carefully placed and printed by hand on the napkin.  They are the PERFECT size for a picnic or breakfast in the kitchen.

We love the bright fruity colors of the prints and the eco-friendly and organic process used in developing each item. What’s more is that each napkin set makes the PERFECT complement to any table or an amazing hostess gift.

Made in the USA in small batches by a female artisan in Northern California


82 in stock


Product Dimensions:
+ Each napkin measures approximately 13″x13″ and is machine washable. Set of 4.

+ Made in the USA in small batches by a female artisan in Northern California.

+ High quality water-based ink stands up to typical wear and tear of your household.

+ Basket packaging included

About the brand:
+ Tina Produce promotes sustainability by offering reusable napkins, kitchen/tea towels, totes and tees. Their designs are inspired by farmers’ markets and aim to celebrate the abundance of year-round fresh local produce. All functional art pieces are designed, hand screen-printed, and cleverly packaged in their Oakland, California studio.

About the Artisan:
+ Kristina Basgen grew up in Minnesota and earned her undergraduate degree in Marketing with a Specialization in International Business from University of Wisconsin-Madison. She relocated to the San Francisco Bay Area for a year-long math teaching gig and after taking a slew of photography and multimedia arts courses, she began creating art that critiqued consumerism and globalization. Screen printing courses, coupled with her part-time farmers’ market gig inspired the fruity functional art packaged in recycled berry containers that became the brainchild of her business, Tina Produce. Her reusable napkins, kitchen towels, and apparel celebrate the abundance of fresh local produce available in Northern California. Tina Produce products can be found on Etsy and in gift shops locally and nationally. While she’s not slinging fruity linens, Kristina enjoys hiking, paddle boarding and experimenting with new recipes in the kitchen.

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+ Machine-wash warm.
+ Use only non-chlorine bleach as needed.
+ Tumble-dry.
+ Warm iron as needed.