Tuesday, November 12, 2013

DIY Fall Wreath Place Settings

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In just a short time, it will be Thanksgiving!  Every year around October, my family and I become excited with anticipation of the forthcoming seasons.  It truly is my favorite time of the year!  

I love to cook, and most holidays, I love to have everyone gather at my house.  Keeping things organized is a sure-fire way to ensure everyone has a good time.  That includes place settings. This tutorial is to show how to make your own simple place settings for Thanksgiving.   

You will need:  
Leaf garland
Scrapbook paper
Thin ribbon or tiny pre-made bows
Crafting wire cutters
Glue gun and glue sticks 

I began by choosing a scrapbook paper with rustic colors and elements.

Next I folded, folded, and folded the paper evenly until I  had several small 3" X 3" cards.

I love this garland!  This mini leaf garland is great because it is flexible and only cost $2.29 at Anna's linens. 

I clipped the garland at about 2 inches per piece, and shaped it into a small circle. 

Bead a circle of glue onto your tiny card. 

Place your garland circle onto the glue and press down. Cute, no!?

Finally I added tiny bows at the bottom of each circle. I made these bows myself using ribbon I had on-hand, but you can buy tiny bows pre-made at any craft or fabric store.

Dot a tiny bit of glue at the bottom of the circle, place bow, and press down.

There we have it!  Just label. 

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