Laurie’s DIY project from last week was delayed until today, but these adorable place cards are definitely worth the wait in my opinion…
names out on card stock. Cut a name tag out for each guest. The
tags should be the same width as your muslin bag, and and one inch to
an inch and a quarter high. You can simplify this process by using
a template from a label program. (see figure 1)
by a quarter inch. Slide both pieces under the sewing machine
foot. Stitch the bag and the tag together using a medium width stitch.
(see figure 2)
decided upon until the last minute. The name tags could be attached to
the bags ahead of time, and the table numbers could be stamped on at
the last minute, when all RSVPs are in, and table assignments have been
digits. If you have more than 9 tables, you’ll have to use a larger
bag, or print the numbers horizontally instead of vertically.
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