Embossed Wedding Place Cards and Napkin Rings

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Are you interested in wedding paper crafts for your big day? Make these simple and elegant wedding place cards and napkins rings.
Both projects are embossed paper crafts created with the Cricut Cuttlebug and the new Anna Griffin embossing plates. This is the "Foulard" design. Think about the variety of occasions your could use these embossing folders. They would make great handmade cards for a wedding, bridal shower, anniversary, birthday for a spouse or Valentine's Day!
- Provcraft Cuttlebug machine
- Cuttlebug's Anna Griffin "Foulard" embossing folder
- Cardstock
- Glue dots
- Ribbon
- Button

Step 1

To make the wedding place cards, cut a piece of lavender paper 4.25" x 5.5", the size of the smaller Cuttlebug embossing folders. Run the paper through the Cuttlebug machine, and remove the paper. Trim the paper to 3" x 3", and fold in half. Attach a strip of ribbon to the card front with large glue dots. Poke a hole through the center with the point of a pair of scissors, and poke a button or brad through the center of the ribbon. Write the guest's name on the place card.

Step 2

To make the napkin rings, cut a piece of paper 1" x 5.5", the size of the border embossing strip. Emboss the paper using the Cuttlebug machine. Remove the paper strip, and cut in half, to make two pieces that are 2.75" long. Fold one piece around a paper napkin, and secure the ends with tape or a glue dot. Repeat to make the paper napkin rings for an elegant outdoor wedding reception!

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