Feels Like Frost Table Place Settings
The holidays are coming and I need to get started! This Feels Like Frost paper is so pretty with the large images, and I wasn’t ready yet to cut it so I created Frost Table Place Settings to prepare for our upcoming holiday dinner.
These are easy to make, and I know I can make enough for our gathering in a short amount of time. There are lots of different pretty papers in this pack, so each setting can be slightly different.
Although I stamped “Let It Snow” on the tags, it might be fun to personalize the settings with your guest names. Just a little touch of the holidays on my table makes a meal feel that much more festive.
This could also be a beautiful way to give a gift card or a little notecard.
Read below for the quick steps to create these cute table place settings:
Steps to Create a Frost Table Place Setting:
1. Choose two of the same DSPs (designer series papers).
- The first, score at 3 3/4″, then turn and score along the bottom at 1/2″. Fussy cut away the “short” part of the flap (2 1/4″). Check out the pic for reference.
- The second, cut at 2 1/2″ and then cut a 1/2″ off the bottom. You’ll end up with a 2 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ piece of DSP.
2. Next, use the “bubbly” die-cut from the Sip & Celebrate Die Set.
- Place it, wavy side towards the top of your large DSP piece, along the 3 3/4″ part. Don’t die-cut beyond the score line!
- Then cut along the wavy line at the top with scissors.
- Apply tear tape or adhesive to the front of the scored side of the 2 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ piece, and adhere that strip to the left edge of the larger die-cut piece. Line up your score lines and press together.
- Fold at your score lines and adhere the flaps along the back.
Designer Tip: Miter the corners of the bottom flap prior to adhering it closed. This gives it a cleaner professional look.
4. Lastly, adhere the bottom flap over the back flaps.
After you create the place settings, it’s very easy to add little personalized tags. Remember that little piece of DSP we cut off from the bottom? I added it to the bottom of a whisper white tag for some matching goodness! With a little bit of twine and a mini clothespin, these will make your family and friends go “OOh” and “AAh” at the table.
This table place setting is a very versatile project, and can also be used as a treat holder or gift card holder. There’s space inside for a number of different small gifts or money.
Get ready for your holiday celebration with these other ideas! Invitations, wine bottle tags, and gift tags!
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