Jazz up a fun gathering of friends and family with these Dinner Place Cards with Mini Wreaths. Included in this tutorial is a simple printable that attaches to the pretty seam binding ribbon.
I will also share how to make this cute gold leaf wreath napkin holder. I love the rosemary mini wreaths that everyone is making, but I wanted to design something a bit different. So, I took real leaves from my yard and covered them with gold leaf paint. I promise that this project isn’t too difficult.
Speaking of projects, you know that I always love to craft and make things. It appears that my blogging friends do too. Today, I’m joined by ten other bloggers and their creative Thanksgiving place cards.
My Friend’s Dinner Place Cards for Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving Place Card Printables // Modern Glam
Dried Orange Thanksgiving Place Cards // Paint Me Pink
Dinner Place Cards Tutorial – Mini Wreaths // Happy Happy Nester
Printable Thanksgiving Place Cards & Gift Tags // The Ginger Home
How to Use Place Cards to Set a Thanksgiving Table // My 100 Year Old Home
DIY Painted Leaf Place Cards // Lolly Jane
Easy Thanksgiving Place Cards // Rooms For Rent
Gold Leaf Thanksgiving Place Cards // Jennifer Maune
Cookie Thanksgiving Place Cards // Twelve On Main
Thanksgiving Treat Bag Place Cards // Tatertots & Jello
DIY Stay Warm & Cozy Pinecone Fire Starters // My Sweet Savannah
Let’s get started on this fun, entertaining craft project!
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How to Make Tags
Supplies for Tag
Printable (fill out the form below to receive your printable)
Cloth Napkins (pictured is the light pink napkins)
Instructions for the Place Cards
1. Download Printable in the form below.
2. Print out cards.
3. Cut out place cards and draw a gold line all around the edges.
4. Punch a hole at the left end of the card.
How to Make the Gold Mini Wreaths
Real Small Leaves (max length 1-inch x 1/2 inch width)
Small Brush or Qtip
Now that you have your dinner place cards made let’s start making the cute mini wreaths.
Instructions on Mini Wreaths
1. Pick small leaves in your yard. I picked my leaves from my Nandina bush, and they were the right size for this project. You want small and slim leaves. The size of my leaves are about 1 1/4″ x 1/2″
2. Place leaves on a piece of cardboard.
3. Take a small paintbrush or Qtip and paint the top side of your leaves. Let dry to touch. It only takes a few minutes.
4. Make a 1 3/4 inch circle with your wire. Wrap the ends in and out of the circle to secure the wreath.
5. Glue gold leaves one at a time on the wreath structure. Overlap the leaves as you go. Complete the circle with leaves.
6. Place your ribbon on the left side of the wreath. Then take both ends and wrap them around the napkin’s backside and bring them up to the right side of the wreath. Then take the top ribbon and thread it through the hole in the cardstock paper.
7. Bring ribbon ends together and tie a bow or knot on top of the card.
A little note, I rolled up my napkin so that it was 2 1/2 inches in diameter. I wanted the wreath to fill that space from edge to edge. You can make your napkin and wreath any size you want.
I enjoyed creating this fun project. I hope you can put this dinner place cards tutorial to use! I will publish a more thorough post of my Thanksgiving table in a bit. In the meantime, here are a few of my past Fall and Thanksgiving tablescapes:
- A Thanksgiving Table Made Easy
- Create an Inexpensive Thanksgiving Table
- 11 Fall Tablescapes That Will Inspire You
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- English Lemon Curd Recipe - April 12, 2021
- Flower Inspiration Ideas (Decor, Gardening, Baking) - April 10, 2021