Happy Easter everyone! If you’re like me, you’re running around doing last minute shopping, cooking and cleaning. But I made some simple place cards to decorate your table and help your guests find their way! I painted an Easter egg watercolor that’s just simple and sweet. So I thought it would make a great image for place cards. Hopefully you can use them and cross one more thing off your list.
To make your place cards, simply print out as many of my free printable place cards as you need – I always bring mine to Staples to print because they do such a great job and they can print on a heavier card stock. Using cardstock will make each card stand up better. Trim the cards out then stamp or write each person’s name in the space provided.
You can display these cards several different ways. Here are a few options:
Use as flat cards and insert them into a place card holder or a mini frame. Just trim the cards along the solid line and then trim off at the dotted line.
I bought these adorable bunny place card holders at Target last year. Gold & white. love.
Or use them as folded tent cards by trimming them along the solid line and fold on the dotted line so they’re free standing.
You can also add some unique touches. I added a strip of green felt or green paper to the bottom of the cards. I just cut it to look like grass and glued it on each card. Or incorporate something fun like a mini bird’s nest and some candy eggs. Place the card in or around the nest.
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I hope you enjoy them – however you choose to display them. And I hope you all have a wonderful Easter!