Hello everyone! Do you need some last minute holiday ideas to dress up your table? I have a pretty place card and embossed napkin that will look fantastic with your place setting. Both are very quick and easy to create. But if you don’t have time to make the place cards the embossed napkins are super quick and you’d be able to make several in just a few minutes.
Fallen Leaves Die Set 1433e
Autumnal Oak Die Set 1431e
ATC Hello Die 1731e
Layered Leaves 8 x 8 Embossing Folder 1441e
Nuvo Brush Script Pens Essential Tones N110 (Brown 126)
Nuvo Glitter Marker Ember Glow 170N (Gold)
Nuvo Glitter Drops – Golden Sunset 757N
Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive 200N
Essentials Easy Clean Mat 1514e
Tim Holtz – 8″ Guillotine – 160e
Tim Holtz – 5 inch/ 12.3cm Mini Snips – 816e
Tangerine Die Cutting Machine with Plates 138e
Raspberry Plate (for embossing)
Lawn Fawn Perfectly Pliad Paper
Cardstock – Cream
3M Scotch Foam Tape
Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Inks – Spiced Marmalade, Vintage Photo, Cracked Pistachio
Mini Ink Blending Tools with Sponges
To start die cut all of your pieces from patterned paper and cardstock. The Hello ATC die is the perfect size for place cards.
Next, ink the edges of the die cuts. For the maple and oak leaf with the pattern paper I used spiced marmalade. Then for all of the die cuts from the brown cardstock I used vintage photo. Lastly for the leafy sprig I used cracked pistachio.
I used the gold glitter marker to add some shimmer to the die cuts.
I used one of the brush script pens to write the name. Then, I used the Nuvo deluxe adhesive and foam tape to assemble the place card. For some embellishments I added some glitter drops and that finished the place card.
Now for the napkins. Are you ready? Ok, super quick and easy! Place the napkin inside the embossing folder. Line up the edge of the napkin with the edge of the folder.
Place the raspberry plate on top of the embossing folder and run through the Tangerine. It couldn’t be easier!
Check out the beautiful embossing on the napkin! Easy peasy!
Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope you enjoyed the quick tutorial and easy last minute ideas. You can see more of my design work on my blog Embellished Dreams.