Printable Parisian Placemats

Printable Parisian Placemats

Who doesn’t love Paris? Better question: Who doesn’t love French Pastries? I’ve got a serious love affair with Pain au chocolat (chocolate Crossaints). Bastille Day or French Independence Day is July 14th. What better way to celebrate than with Printable Parisian Placemats featuring illustrations completed with delectable French pastries! Marie Antoinette gets a wig of Profiteroles, Napoleon Bonaparte has a croissant hat, and Notre Dame flaunts stain glass-French Macaron windows! These are perfect for a Paris-themed brunch, party, or get together and make setting the table a breeze and a cinch to clean up! Simply send them to your local printer, pair with a red gingham tablecloth and blue and white striped napkins, and but all the French pastries!Printable Parisian Placemats

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Printable Parisian Placemats

 

Printable Parisian Placemats

Printable Parisian Placemats

Printable Parisian Placemats Templates:

Print off in black and white on 11-inch 17-inch inch paper and set your table for the perfect Parisian-themed Party!

Printable Parisian Placemats

Printable Parisian Placemats

Printable Parisian Placemats Printable Parisian Placemats

Photography by Jane Merritt | Illustration by Normandie Luscher 

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