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Pinecone Place Names

Pinecone Place Names

Is there anything dreamier than an elegant winter wedding that doesn’t break the bank? “With some patience and creativity, it’s easy to make your own wedding decorations and accessories,” enthuses Carla Bagshaw. “My place names and favour boxes are so simple yet beautifully effective, while my bouquet’s burgundy and cream crepe roses and baby’s breath are perfect for the season.”

Click here to make Carla’s charming wedding favour boxes, or head to page 36 in our winter 2019/2020 issue of Craft Club to craft Carla’s beautiful winter bouquet!

  • Home Crafts
  • < 1 hour
  • Beginner

Tools and materials required

  • Pinecones
  • Crafter’s Companion Spray and Sparkle glitter varnish, Pearl Diamond
  • Card, Create and Craft Core Range
  • Pen
  • Hot glue gun

Method

Spray the pinecones with Spray and Sparkle varnish to give them a snow-like white shine. Set aside to dry.

1

Cut out several 1” x 2” pieces of card and write the name of a guest on each one in a script font. You can enhance the name cards further with small stamps and a coloured matt.

2

Once the pinecones are dry, stand them upright – this is important for making sure that the name card is straight when it’s glued on.

3

Carefully apply a small amount of hot glue to the top of a pinecone. Hold the centre of the name card on the glue until it is secured in place.

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