DIY Stamped Place Cards
Here’s a cool way personalize your tablescape with these DIY Stamped Place Cards!
Can you believe we are already in the middle of September? I absolutely love this time of year. For me, fall happens to be the perfect excuse to entertain, so I thought it would be fun to host a wine and mini dessert night in our home! A time to unwind, sip and nibble on some treats. I decided to create these modern DIY stamped place cards to put on the table to personalize it just a bit.
- Martha Stewart Metalworking Alphabet Stamp Set
- Hobby and Craft Metal Sheets
- Thick Cardstock (or other material to adhere name to)
- Glue Dots
Choose your letters and slide into the groove on the track handle (keep in mind that you need to insert letter to be stamped in reverse).
Place a rubber embossing stamp or similar material under your metal and press firmly with a slight rocking motion.
Cut your metal name to the desired length.
Using a glue dot, adhere the metal name to your cardstock. (I actually found some pretty vinyl siding samples at Home Depot that I thought would make fun name tags!).
Tie a piece of twine onto your tag.
Slide into your folded napkin and voila!
It’s a pretty simple and playful way to dress up your table this fall for guests. They can even keep the cards if they want! Having a name tag on the table seems to elevate the experience just a bit – even if it is just for some wine and sweets!
You can check out the how-to for this easy and fun Modern Wood Candelabra here!