If you tired of using the same bought from store pumpkin place card for Thanksgiving tablescape; you might like to try my DIY Pumpkin Place Cards. It’s an easy DIY to do and even your kids can help you with the project. More hands mean less time to make. The pumpkin place card I made from ice sticks. And I got trick to avoid sticking one by one each popsicle sticks from one to another. So, I promise you, It’s an easy Thanksgiving DIY to make as I say it is.
A card with your name on it would make the dinner more special and intimate, yes, that’s for sure. I let the popsicle pumpkin look as it is to get a rustic look but also a fancy touch from the sparkling pipe cleaner. You can choose any color you like or soothe your Thanksgiving table theme color for the pumpkin place card. Before any further, let me list down for you some simple supplies that I use to make my place cards pumpkin.
Things To Prepare
I have some blue pumpkin cards from my previous project, A Give Thanks Pumpkin Pot. I drew the blue pumpkin card with pencil color. You can have it in printed pumpkin cards. Other supplies are common craft supplies. Here are the list of material you need to have to make my Pumpkin Place Cards DIY:
- Ice sticks
- Green pipe cleaner
- Wood glue
- Blue ribbon
- Blue pumpkin card
- Drawing pen to write name on the pumpkin card
How To Make
My DIY Pumpkin Place Card is super easy and quick to make. Therefor it’s just perfect for Thanksgiving dinner that is almost only a week ahead. You can make all for each plate on your Thanksgiving table in one day. Anyway, here are the simple steps to make pumpkin place card from popsicle sticks :
- Gather a handful of popsicle and tie it with rubber band. For smaller pumpkin, cut the popsicle into two.
- Apply some wood glue on top and bottom of the popsicle pumpkin and let it sit for while until it’s dry.
- Take a green pipe cleaner and tilt it around the pumpkin and its stalk.
- Slip the pumpkin paper with name on it in the green pipe cleaner. That’s it!
Come on and sit down with your kids. Make sure you have all the supplies needed in front of you. Then start to make this DIY Pumpkin Place Cards with your kids and have some fun. Give different task to each of your kid, then you got everything in control and fast to be finished. Have fun and early Happy Thanksgiving!
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