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Thanksgiving Place Cards by Yolie Burke

Posted on November 09 2017

Hello, this is Yolie with today's project share. With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it's time to start planning our tablescapes. Today, I show you how I used Rinea's Autumn Foiled Paper Variety and Ghost Ink, to create personalized Thanksgiving place cards.



Supplies:
  • Rinea Autumn Foiled Paper Variety  - 4" x 6" Artist's pack
  • Rinea Ghost Ink
  • Pink & Main Card Box Die Set
  • Pink & Main Pumpkin Spice paper
  • Pink & Main Fall Bouquets stamp
  • Pink & Main Curvy Girl Lower Alpha Pegz Stamps
  • Circle Die
  • Wow! Embossing Pad
  • Wow! Metallic Copper Embossing Powder
  • Manual die cutting machine
  • 12" paper trimmer
  • Scissors
  • 8.5" x 11" card stock
  • Heat Gun
  • Tape runner
  • Baby wipes
  • Rope twine
  • Markers
Using a manual die cutting machine, I cut all the elements to create the box card. I stamped, and heat embossed the floral bouquets and colored them. 

    Next, to create the extra layer on the box card flaps, I die cut only the flaps and trimmed off the excess. I adhered the brown card stock to the back side of the flaps. It just gives it a little extra.

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    I used the Starstruck Marigold Orange to cut the side panels of the card box. I then cut the top decorative pieces on Glossy Mocha Brown/Gold and embossed them with a pumpkin embossing folder.


    Next, I stamped several leaves with the Ghost Ink and die cut them. I also used the Alpha Stamp set to create the names, sorry for the missed photo.



    I adhered all the elements to the card box inserts and tied the rope twine to the front of the card box. I also added a pumpkin for a little extra.

    Thanksgiving Place Cards with Rinea Foiled Paper

    Here's a close up of one of the place cards I will include on my Thanksgiving tablescape.

    Thanksgiving Place Cards with Rinea Foiled Paper

    I hope you enjoyed today's project idea. Thank you for visiting and happy crafting.

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