Try This: Stamped Name Tag Place Cards

Quick and easy way to use stamps to create place cards (click through for more)If you are planning to decorate for a dinner party this holiday season, it’s a smart idea to plan out a mix of both easy and hard projects for your tablescape (or all easy if you’re in a rush!). Place cards are a great addition to a table in that they add a decor element and show your guests where to sit without any awkward seat fumbling or fighting. You just can’t argue with a place card. For Friendsgiving we wanted to add quick, but cute, place cards to each seat, and a “Hello My Name Is” stamp was the perfect choice for the occasion.

Quick and easy way to use stamps to create place cards (click through for more) I just cut pieces of white cardstock that were 4″ x 7″, folded them in half, and stamped the stamp at the bottom. Once the names were filled in, we were all set!

Quick and easy way to use stamps to create place cards (click through for more) Quick and easy way to use stamps to create place cards (click through for more) This stamp is great for seating at dinner parties, but I was also thinking how cute they would be stamped on a brown paper bag for a kid’s lunch. Have you thought of any other uses for this adorable stamp? xo. Laura

Credits // Author: Laura Gummerman. Photography: Sarah Rhodes. Photos edited with Stella from The Signature Collection

  • LOVE the stamp. So cute! As an aside– I need deets on that flatware! It is magical!

  • I’m loving these place cards. Think I’m going to try these this xmas.
    Also, I’ve been reading your blog for about 2 years now, and I’ve finally started my own blog. You’ve been a great source if inspiration over the years.
    Thanks xxx
    K

  • Incredibly cute idea, simple and beautiful! Thanks for sharing, ABM! I might have missed it on your shop’s FAQ, but how much is shipping internationally to New Zealand?

    www.hellocecil.com

  • I lead a team of 11 (soon to be 13) FABULOUS account managers at Benefit Cosmetics, so I will TOTALLY be using this stamp to personalize their folders at our next biz meeting!

  • where’s this weeks casual friday post? I have to say that is the highlight of my week – seeing the casual, natural shots you take each friday. I also can’t live without your sister style photoshoots <3.

  • So cute! This would be a fancy name tag attached to a stuffed toy to be given as a Christmas present!

    https://annescribblesanddoodles.blogspot.com/

  • Such a cute idea! I also am loving Brittany’s idea of using them to label food for a party. I host large potlucks at work and am always looking for new ways to (cutely) label food.

  • Great idea! So cute and refreshingly different!
    http://www.mywonderbox.wordpress.com

  • I really love the cute creative ideas that are posted on your blog deffinetly going to try this one out. Love what your doing guys xx merlinblu.com

  • I personally love to personify inanimate objects, so I think it would be super cute to use as labels for food at a party. Like a tray of cookies – “Hello, my name is Simply Delicious, I am made with apples and macadamia nuts so don’t eat me if you’re allergic!”. I am a huge dork.

    www.brittanyleighjewelry.com

  • I love name cards!

    IPAD MINI GIVEAWAY

    http://talisatalksbeauty.blogspot.co.uk/2014/11/longer-pony-no-extensions.html

  • A great idea for my next dinner in December! Will try this out.

    Have a great evening!

    mtrjschk.blogspot.de

  • Great idea and I LOVE the table runner! Everything looks fabulous!

    www.passionandparanoia.com

  • This is such a great idea!! I am loving all the gold elements next to the green stamped name tag, it looks amazing!! I am going to have to try this sometime 🙂

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