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Pretty Holiday Place Cards

 
Whether you’re crafty or not, these place cards are totally easy and fun to make. Plus, they’ll make the Thanksgiving table look extra festive!
 
Materials:

o    Poster board
o    Ruler
o    Festive fabrics (You don’t need a lot, we bought 1/8th of a yard 3 different fabrics and had lots left over)
o    3-D fabric paint
o    Fabric glue
o    Scissors

What To Do: 
 
1. Find out how many people will be at your Thanksgiving celebration. Cut a 5-inch by 6-inch piece of poster board for each person. We recommend making 2-3 extra—in case of last-minute dinner guests. Fold each one in half.
2. Cut your fave fabric to completely cover each of the pieces.
3. Dab the fabric glue (not too much!) on the wrong side of the fabric (it’ll be the lighter side that you don’t want people to see)and stick it on the poster board.
4. Get creative, girl! Make diff designs out of the contrasting fabrics. Tiny squares make cute patchwork pieces or get artsy and draw teeny turkeys. Each place card can match or be each can be totally unique. Use the fabric glue to keep everything in place. Let them dry.
5. Use 3-D fabric paint to write each guest’s name on his or her card.
6. Set them out to dry.

Enjoy your Thanksgiving with your friends and fam!

By: Sara Cummings and Lauren DeMarzo 

POSTED ON 11/21/2008 6:11:00 PM

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