{free printable} Holiday Hosting Place Cards!

It's that time of year again! The leaves are falling, sweaters are being pulled out of storage, and holiday decor is filling the stores. Holiday season makes us want to tie on our aprons and start whisking up batches of Christmas cookies and pies -- but we can't eat it all by ourselves! Tis the season of giving, so why not throw a Thanksgiving or Christmas party to share the rest of those goodies? We've even got the first part covered for you. Use our free table setting place cards to provide the finishing touch to your dining room table!

There are so many different ways to jazz up a placeholder. For starters, instead of using your normal handwriting or printing out names, look up a simple calligraphy tutorial on Youtube and try your hand at it. Having a beautifully written place card automatically makes your guests feel special and cared for.

Once you've got your names written, slide your place card into one of our wood stumps to make it stand up (and stand out)! If you have a letterpress stump calendar, you've already got one stump on hand, and you can buy more right here!



If you want to make your stumps extra special, try a little DIY magic on them by using some twine to tie sprigs of holly to the outside, or roll the stumps in Hodgepodge and glitter. For a slightly more rugged feel, you could carefully tear the placecard edges. If you want to go all out, use chalkboard paint to cover the front of the stump and once it's dry, write your event's hashtag on it. 

Maybe you're thinking of moving beyond just decorating the table and sprucing up your entire kitchen. These place cards are designed to match some of our other holiday favorites. Collect a couple and your decor will coordinate perfectly.

With so many options available, you might have to throw multiple parties! Now that you've got a few ideas, click here to print the free template. 

Happy crafting!

:: Claire the Intern ::



3 Responses

1canoe2 Crew
1canoe2 Crew

November 18, 2016

That would be amazing, Chelsea!! Good idea!

Chelsea
Chelsea

November 17, 2016

These would also be cute as place cards at a wedding—could be incorporated into an herbs and succulents theme. Thanks 1canoe2!

Meredith L Barber
Meredith L Barber

November 17, 2016

These are amazing. Thank you!

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