Wednesday, November 27, 2013

DIY Thanksgiving Place Cards!

Happy Thanksgiving Eve! If you're preparing the meal this year, best of luck to you and I hope for smooth sailing in the kitchen! If you're visiting and it's not your year to cook, offer to do the dishes! :) Any host/hostess will appreciate a helpful hand! Either way, best wishes to you and your families for a blessed and happy day!

I noticed that I hadn't posted any projects lately, so I whipped up an easy to do place card project that came to me while I was looking for paint inspiration for our playroom addition currently under construction! {More on that in the coming months!}



If you're like me, you love the little details. Upon setting my table for Thanksgiving, I realized my table settings needed a little something more. I have place card holders, but I wanted something a little more rustic. While I was in Lowes looking for paint colors, the idea came to me! It was super easy to do & took a total of 15 minutes!

I must add, if you don't have paint cards, construction paper can work or a pretty card stock! If you have ideas for cute place cards or try this project, I'd love to see your pictures!  Please share them & I can post your projects on the blog too!
And for smiles...I just had to share my little guys place setting too! 

A big thanks to Jack's Uncle Matt & Aunt Brie for the place mat & matching cup from Jack's 1st Thanksgiving & PBK for putting their Thanksgiving plates & bowls on sale a few weeks ago! I love a good deal!
Don't forget! Be sure to share your  ideas for place cards and/or photos of this project, should you give it a try! I'd love to feature it on the blog!

As always, I'm thankful for you taking the time to read my posts! Happy Thanksgiving to you! 


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    1. Thank you my love! Thank you for reading! Send me a pic if you get the chance! Love ya!

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