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DIY carrara marble place cards - sugar and cloth
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DIY Place Card Holders: One Minute Marble Place Cards

These marble place cards are made from inexpensive, repurposed marble tile! You can make a ton of them super quickly to serve as sophisticated table name cards for your dinner place settings...
Total Time15 mins
Keyword: ashley rose, budget, cheap, diy, easy, entertaining, how to, name, party ideas, place card holders, place cards, quick, setting, wedding
Servings: 30 place cards
Cost: $15

Equipment

  • Tile sheets

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Essentially all of your hexagon tiles will come adhered to a mesh backing. All you have to do is peel them off the backing one by one. 
  • And since the sky is the limit when it comes to tile options these days, you can go as wild or as subdued as you'd like for your tile choice! The only key takeaway is that it needs to be about 1/2 inch or 3/4 inch thick so that it can stand up on it's own.
  • You might want to also make sure that whatever tiles you choose also have smooth, straight edges so that the finished place card holders won't easily tip over. 
  • Once you've chosen your tile, you can now apply the initial sticker to the fronts of them to mark your table settings for dinner, or you can use a fine point permanent marker to write a full name on each tile.
  • If you're recreating these as DIY wedding place card holders, you could easily hire a local calligrapher to write on each tile for you or even use something like a Cricut machine and a printable template for names to apply to the tiles from vinyl!