February 5, 2010
For our rehearsal dinner at The Piggy Bank in Beacon, New York, my husband designed these place mats. He divided the heart like a meat cut chart with each section labeled with something about us. We couldn’t find pre-cut kraft place mats, so we bought sheets and cut them individually with a rotary cutter outfitted with a scallop blade. These were silk screened by local Brooklyn artist, Philip Sachs.
Perfect material for tags. From left to right: The Paper Addict ($5.75 for 50 tags); Scrap of Mine ($1.75 for 30); Anna Ruby King ($5.50 for 10 tags)
Book City Jackets (Bookshelf set, $11)
Perfect for table covering: Kid’s holiday table cloth, complete with crayons. Instead of place cards, write your guests name in the center of a red wine stain. Genius.
February 5, 2010| DIY Home, Everyday Crafts, Food, Gifts, Grown-Up, Holidays, Older Elementary, Thanksgiving, Tween to Teen, Upcycled