Table Numbers Around Town
Searching for the perfect table numbers? Look no further than your front door -- and those of your neighbors. Snap digital photos of house numbers, as well as those on awnings and signs. Upload photos to a computer; crop so number fills the frame. For double-sided displays, print two of each digit onto photo paper. To make tented stand, cut two pieces of mat board (ours are 5 3/4 by 3 1/4 inches). Trim photos to be slightly smaller than the boards; center and affix with double-sided tape. Lay facedown with tops of numbers touching; place clear tape along edge where they meet. Fold so numbers face out.
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