Crafts editor Marcie McGoldrick created these inexpensive upgrades to give her holiday table a little shimmer. All of them look great in any shade of metallic.
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Pine Napkin Rings
Cover evergreen sprigs with metallic spray paint for chic napkin rings. When they're dry, lay the sprig on top of a rolled napkin, and tie off with ribbon.
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Stitched Name Cards
As with the stitched napkins, use your sewing machine to create place cards with an embellished edge. Trim metallic paper to desired place-card size, and then run cards individually through the machine.
Mirror Board, in Silver, $15 for ten 12"-by-12" sheets, hyglossproducts.com.
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Emboss guests' names into sheets of soft copper, and stick them onto blocks of painted wood.
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Twig Name Cards
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Cover painted wooden squares with thin sheets of copper.
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Anchor gold candles in shot glasses (with Stick-Um candle adhesive), and place them in hurricane lanterns. Then line the length of a table with them.
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