Yesterday I left you with a bit of a teaser for today’s project which also uses leftover food box cardboard. Each year my office has a Thanksgiving lunch, and each year there is always a bit of question as to what each dish on the line is. So, today we’ll use the scraps leftover from the banner project to make buffet labels or you could use them for seating cards as well.
Today we’ll turn those leftover cardboard box scraps into this:
– card board scraps leftover from banner project
– marker (for lettering)
– scotch tape, school glue, or hot glue
– Cuttlebug (or edge punch, or scrapbooking scissors)
– Cuttlebug Leaves Dies (or edge punch, or scrapbooking scissors)
– Shape punches (optional)
- Carefully stack the leaves dies and the card board and run through the die cutting machine (careful to use acrylic plates as indicated by each machine’s instructions). Repeat as many times as necessary to cut enough leaves for each of your dishes or place settings.
Note: Don’t worry if you don’t have a Cuttlebug, or the leaves dies. You can get an equally fun look by marking off rectangular pieces and cutting out with scrapbook scissors OR also from cutting out with regular scissors and then using an edge punch.
- Using your black marker write on the dish names or person’s name for place cards.
- For leaf dies cut a small 1.5 x .25 inch piece of leftover cardboard for each leaf.
- Fold each of these pieces in half vertically.
- Use your scotch tape (school glue & hot glue would work well also) to attach the folded piece to the back of each of the leaves.
- Place & Enjoy!!