Christmas Tree Place Setting

5 Materials
$10
45 Minutes
Easy
I love everything Christmas! My husband calls me Mrs. Claus! One thing I absolutely love is a beautifully set Christmas dinner table. Usually I go for the Glam look but for this Christmas I decided to do a really cute and fun table. I decided to make place settings just to personalize and liven up the space. Inexpensive but absolutely adorable!
You will need:
  1. 4 inch wood piece
  2. Glitter card stock
  3. Decorative design card stock
  4. Miniature Christmas tree
  5. Snowflake punch
  6. Ribbon - thin
  7. Mod Podge with glitter
  8. Hot glue gun
This is the finished place setting. Look how easy....
I started with the 4in wood discs removing the attached string. Next I did an application of mod podge with the glitter added. It looks like beautifully frosted snow!
Next I cut out several different colors of snowflakes using a puncher. I chose a white glitter, red glitter, and a green glitter cardstock.
I love glitter!
Next I attached the miniature Christmas trees with hot glue.
Then I glued some snowflakes on the tree and some snow flakes on the wood. Make sure you leave room on the tree empty on the left side for the little presents!
Next I cut to same size pieces of cardstock. I cut one piece of mounting tape and half and double stacked it attaching it to the back of the horizontal present. Then I placed the vertical present behind. This gives a little added dimension. Add the name of the person on the lower package. Then add a little bow to the package behind on the upper left corner.
You are done! So cute and fun! For the finishing touch I added a small gold ball to the top of the tree. Hope you enjoy! Merry Christmas!
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