A small cut in a prism—or any geometric shape that will stand on a table—transforms the wooden blocks of your childhood into modernist markers for your wedding reception tables.

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Credit: Bryan Gardner

THE TOOLS

  • Wooden geometric shapes
  • Craft paint and brush
  • Table-number cards

HOW-TO

  1. Ask your hardware store to cut slits for table number cards in your wooden blocks.
  2. Paint the wooden shapes with the color of your choice, or leave them bare for a natural look.
  3. Slip table number cards into the slits.

THE DETAILS

Wooden geometric solids, $27 for 19; amazon.com.

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