Get your holiday tables ready with these personalized DIY place card holders! They are so easy to make, and your guests will feel special.
With the holidays right around the corner, I imagine that several of you are making plans for holiday tables. I mean, how is anyone going to know where to sit? Maybe it doesn’t matter, but if you’d like to assign seating, these DIY place card holders are going to be perfect for you.
And I’m all about making place cards versus buying them (making them really does save money). If you’re interested, scroll down to get some great ideas!
DIY Place Card Holders
Julie provides a template so that you can make these leaf place card holders out of any paper you choose.
These place cards bring a natural touch to the table and also double as firestarters.
Mini Tea Lights
Use vellum and a printer to turn tea lights into place cards – and they double as favors.
Use cute little chalkboards and fun miniatures to create quick and easy place cards.
Use chalkboard paint ,vintage graphics and a map printable to make these reusable place cards.
You’ve seen plastic animal crafts everywhere – now it’s time to spray paint them and use them for place cards!
To make these place cards, you’ll just need stamps, a wood surface and binder clips.
See how they were made at Hipp Anonymous
Decorate these mini pails as place cards – with a surprise treat inside for each guest!
All you need is spray paint and some leaves from your yard to make these budget place cards.
Made From Paper
Use a large scallop punch and your favorite papers to make these fun place cards.
Use mini candy canes to make a fun and cute easel for each place card.
Use book pages to make these – and write a personalized message to each guest inside.
These place cards are so cool with their glittered geometry – AND you can even erase the name and reuse them.
If you can fold paper, then you can make these easy (and cute) turkey place cards.
Find out how at Lilyshop