Here's what I used:
Lilac Construction paper
Using my disc envelope dies I cut out six of these shapes to write the names of my guests on. They looked like this after I cut them all out,
Then using a green Sharpie, I wrote all the names of my guests on each one.
I used the Damask printing plates, to print a background onto my place cards. I love this printing plate, I've been eyeing it for a while. It comes with a few other vintage printing plates included in the set like a crown, bird cage and old chair. So me!
I used the bright green ink and put it on my printing plates before running them through the machine.
Do this as many times as you need for your cards. I needed six, so I ran it through my machine and printed six of them. Here they are, aren't they pretty:
Attach the scalloped cards to the top of your place cards, using some small foam squares. You can buy these at any craft store. They will look like this, when you're done;
Then place them on top of your table for your guests, I choose to put them on top of some bright blue napkins.
So pretty. They made my Easter table extra special this year.
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