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Wedding Place Cards

These intricate place cards from Uchida of America and Sue Eldred look professionally done and will add extra style to your wedding tables.

Materials:

  • Clever Lever Super Jumbo Scalloped Heart Punch
  • Clever Lever Giga Scalloped Rectangle Punch
  • DecoColor Extra Fine Silver
  • DecoColor Silver Calligraphy Pen
  • Paper Trimming Buddy: Straight and Scallop Blade
  • Mini Glue Tape
  • Silver Wedding Texture paper (the Paper Studio)
  • Silver Wedding Stripes paper (the Paper Studio)
  • Wedding Faded Paisley paper (Dé ja Views )
  • Adhesive Pearls (K & Company)
  • Black Cardstock
  • Glue Stick
  • Foam Mounting Tape

Steps:

  1. Cut a 4” x 4” piece of black cardstock using the Straight Blade in the Paper Trimming Buddy. Insert Scallop Blade into the Paper Trimming Buddy and cut the Paisley Scrapbook Paper into a 3 ¾” x 3 ¾” square. Apply glue tape around paisley square and center onto black cardstock square.
     
  2. Using the Silver Calligraphy Pen, add a thin silver line around the black cardstock square. Fold in half.
     
  3. Cut a thin silver and black stripe ¾” x 4 from the Silver Wedding Stripes scrapbook paper. Apply glue tape to back and attach to bottom of the place card leaving approx. ½” spacing.
     
  4. Punch out a Giga Scallop Rectangle out of black cardstock. Cut computer generated names into a 1 ¼” x 2 ¼” rectangle. Apply glue tape to back of name and attach to scalloped rectangle. Add to front of place card with glue tape.
     
  5. Punch two Super Scalloped Hearts one from the Silver Wedding Texture scrapbook paper the other from black cardstock. Glue the two hearts together. Using the Silver Calligraphy Pen, add a thin silver line around the front of the scrapbook heart. Add small dots with the Extra Fine Silver Deco Pen in each scallop. Layer a computer generated table number onto a thin piece of black cardstock and add to center of heart. Add adhesive Pearl Rhinestone to heart.
     
  6. Attach Scalloped Heart to place card using foam mounting tape.


 

 

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