Pine Boughs Table Settings

Betsy Veldman
Pine Boughs Table Settings

Learn how to make this paper-crafted table setting with these free instructions. Make a card to go with it from one of the many designs on our web site.

SUPPLIES: Cardstock: (Rustic Cream, Pure Poppy, Dark Chocolate, Ripe Avocado) Papertrey Ink Patterned paper: (Chevron One from Classic Calico Vol. 2 collection) Studio Calico; (Tomorrow from Story Teller 6x6 pad) Crate Paper Rubber stamp: (Big Pine Bough) Hero Arts Clear stamps: (berry, merry, joy from Holiday Happenings set) Technique Tuesday Dye ink: (Pure Poppy, Ripe Avocado) Papertrey Ink Paint: (Light Buttermilk) Plaid Accents: (red clothespin) Canvas Corp.; (green leaf stick pin) Maya Road; (white glitter) Doodlebug Design Fibers: (red/white twine) Divine Twine Font: (Script MT Bold) Microsoft Dies: (flowers, pine bough, tags) Papertrey Ink Tool: (corner rounder punch) EK Success Other: (terra cotta pot, floral foam, pins) Finished sizes: placemat 15" x 11", place card 4" x 3", napkin holder 5" x 2", pinecone pot 2" diameter x 3 1/2"

Placemat

1 Adhere cardstock to make placemat base.

2 Stamp Big Pine Bough and berries.

3 Trim and adhere cardstock strip.

4 Trim pattered paper; stitch edges and adhere.

Place card

1 Make card from cardstock; cover with patterned paper; round corners.

2 Print name on cardstock.

3 Die-cut tags from cardstock and patterned paper; adhere together. Adhere clothespin and attach tag.

4 Die-cut leaves from cardstock; adhere.

5 Die-cut flowers from cardstock. Curl edges; adhere with foam tape to form pinecone. Apply glitter. Adhere.

Napkin holder

1 Cut patterned paper strip; stamp Big Pine Bough.

2 Tie on twine.

3 Repeat steps 4-5 from Place card.

4 Print merry on cardstock; curl and adhere.

Pinecone pot

1 Paint pot; fill with floral foam.

2 Die-cut leaves from cardstock; attach to foam with pins.

3 Die-cut flowers from cardstock. Curl edges; adhere with foam tape to form pinecone. Apply glitter. Attach with pins.

4 Print "Joy" on cardstock. Tie twine into bow; attach tag to pot with pins.

 

 

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