How to Make Cute Christmas Place Cards

12 Materials
3 Hours

Place cards for Christmas are super useful when you have a large number of people coming to your home. They also can look elegant and lovely and it eliminates the “where should I sit?” question invitees ask all the time. They even add to the table decor when matched with the table cloth and plates.

This one is pretty simple to make. I had some of the supplies already from other projects.

BEFORE IMAGE: Here are the supplies I used.

Decorate the wreath with red 7 dots. Leave enough space for the gems. Add the dots to all of them the same way. Let dry.

Now, it is time to add the gems. Add the gems to the opening from every other red dot. Let dry completely.

On the Cricut Machine and app, I wrote the name in less than 2 inches width. I used an Arial font so that it will cut easier and it will be easier to read when standing in front of the plate.

After the cutter is finished, remove the excess vinyl and weed out the letters.

Using the transfer vinyl, press the names down and transfer them to the top of the wreath where the bow sharp is. Press down firmly.

Add the transfer paper and name to the top part of the wreath and press firmly. Set aside and do the next one.

Finished image: Here's what it looks like on the plate.

Here's what all of them look like when they were finished. I made a total of 8 but I could make all 15 if I had that many people coming for Christmas dinner.

Feel free to check out the video here!

Suggested materials:

  • 7 craft white gems about ¼ inch in diameter per wreath   (Amazon)
  • Green Felt Wreath   (Michaels)
  • Permanent Premium red vinyl   (Micheals)
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