1. This is the napkin that was chosen for this project. The leaves are facing all different directions which makes it ideal for this project.
2. Remove the top layer of the napkin. The top layer is the only part of the napkin you will need.
3. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions to the laminating machine. For the machine used for this project, the napkin layer then gets placed inside of the laminating sheet. Press out all of the wrinkles while you can.
4. Turn on the machine and wait for the signal to begin. With the machine used for this project, the closed side gets then entered into the slot and the machine then pulls the sheet through.
5. Measure your glass circumference and cut the napkin to size plus one centimeter or 1/4 inch overlap in the length. Most likely your napkin will be enough for two glasses such as in this case.
6. Place double-sided sticky tape onto one of the short ends of each of your covers. Pull the protective paper away.
7. Place the non sticky side onto the glass and wrap the cover around the glass. Once you reach the other end, make sure the cover is sitting tight enough around the glass without being too tight (because you will want to be able to remove it again when you no longer need it). It is important to stick the cover to the cover and not the glass.
8. The lamination gives the cover a shiny look as if it is glass itself.