How to Make Chalkboard Paper Place Setting Tags
I ran across pads of chalkboard paper at my local craft store. This is really the coolest stuff ever!! This paper is really neat – it is thick like cardstock and cuts easily. I decided I would use it to make chalkboard paper place setting tags in the shape of deer heads and since they are mini chalkboards, they will be reusable!
I don’t think I’ve ever used place setting tags before and think these will be really awesome! I used my vinyl cutter to cut the paper into the shapes I wanted… I chose a design that wasn’t too terribly detailed since they will be relatively small – about 3″ x 3″.
I used a 1/8″ hole punch to punch a hole, then added large jump rings to each tag. I figured the jump rings would be easier to thread the ribbon through than threading the ribbon through the tiny hole!
I cut 16″ lengths of jute ribbon because I want to use the tags and ribbon to wrap fabric napkins. I wrapped the ribbon around the napkin a couple of times, then tied it in a bow.
There are so many things to make with this chalkboard paper so stay tuned to see what I come up with next! I also found a pad of dry erase paper and cut a few deer heads out of it as well!
The place setting tags would also make great gift tags or even wine glass charms!
Which do you like better – the dry erase or the chalkboard paper place setting tags? Leave a comment below!
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