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Set your table for a holiday get-together with our homemade place cards, including paper-plate angels, evergreen place-card holders, and more.
Plant a forest of place cards on the holiday kids' table.
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Add a Touch of Nature
A place card with a sprig of evergreen.
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Mark place settings with handsome red cardinals, symbols of luck in many European countries.
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Peppermint-Candy Place Card
What could be sweeter? Cut out 3-inch ovals from colorful card stock. Using a hole punch, make a hole at each end, and then neatly write your guests' names on the ovals with black ink. Thread ribbon scraps, each about 6 inches long and 1 1/2 inches wide, through the backs of the place cards. Notch the ribbon ends, and set a card at each place setting.
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When you're chopping firewood, set aside branches that are too thin for logs and too thick for kindling. Use them instead as the base for this festive holiday place card.
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Perfect for a children's table, these demure angels are made with 6-inch plain-white paper plates.
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