Thanksgiving is the meal of meals in the United States! It is a time to celebrate friends and family, count your blessings and be thankful for what you have! It’s also a great excuse to gussy up your table and make things extra nice for your guests! This Thanksgiving Place Card Setting Project will dress up your table and can be used again and again. Super Easy to make, your table will look fantastic!
So let’s get started!
Products used – Canvas Corp Brown paper bag mini, Architextures Tarnished Spoon and Fork, Canvas Corp Halloween paper, Tattered Angels Mistable Paper – Frayed Cotton, Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist, and Color Wash Paint.
I wanted to make a bountiful bouquet of fall leaves, twigs and acorns. So I pulled out the Mistable Paper in Frayed Cotton and sprayed with Glimmer Mist in fall colors. This paper takes color so well that it is just a joy to use! It’s a little thicker than card stock and when you run through a die cut machine, it cuts beautifully! I was really pleased with how the leaves and twigs turned out! I also used a little wood pallet that I painted with Tattered Angels Color wash paint in Brown.
To put it all together, I had a die that cuts paper into a cone but you could make a cone by cutting out a triangle and folding the paper into a cone. Then I glued the cone to the little CCB brown craft bag. Then I started to add the leaves, twigs and acorns in various colors and sizes. Once that was in place, I added the super cute Architextures fork and spoon set and added a die cut Thanks in the middle of the cutlery! You could add a small card with someone’s name written instead of the Thanks. Placed all of that on the little wooden pallet and cut out some CCB Halloween orange and white marquis paper to make a mat for the pallet. If you don’t have a wooden pallet, it looks just as nice with the miniature CCB brown craft bag!
You have a super cute place setting for your Thanksgiving table!
You can use this year after year or give it as a favor to your Thanksgiving guests!
Enjoy and Happy Thanksgiving!
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