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Tuesday Type – LeKing

by | Made, Tuesday Type

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If your Christmas is all about wassailing, and figgy pudding then this one’s for you. LeKing is just the font for Christmas cards to show off your love of all things ancient and beautiful!

LeKing is available from My Fonts.

Etsy Roundup – Candles for Weddings

by | Etsy Roundup, Made

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1. Beeswax tapers from freshpastrystand 2. Set of 3 Parma violet scented candles from SteamworkDesigns 3. Candle favours from MascandFemme 4. Four cinnamon scented pillar candles from brooklynfirefly 5. Mason jar candle favours from TattertwistsSpa 6. Natural 100% soy candles from koruproducts

FREE DIY Printable Place Card Template and Tutorial

by | DIY Tutorials, Downloads & Freebies, Made

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Shannon - Little Flamingo - Creative Stationery
Find me on Ms Polka Dot's Directory | www.LittleFlamingo.com.au
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Today we have a lovely printable for your wedding reception tables . . . place cards and little tags! Yay! These little pretties will not only help guide your guests to their seats but will look gorgeous doing so!

Let’s get started with the things you will need…
* A4 Card
* Printer
* List of your guest names
* Ruler & craft knife / scissors / paper trimmer
* Cutting Mat
* Paper bone scorer
* FREE diy Printable Place Card Template from Little Flamingo blank

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* FREE diy Place Card Template with Fill In Names Option

1. Download your FREE printable place card template from Little Flamingo here. You can choose from 2 templates one which is blank so you can print first and then handwrite your guest names and the little signs and the Placecards_With-Fill-in-names.

2. Print out your chosen template onto some pretty coloured card to complement your wedding colours.

3. Use your ruler and craft knife to cut along the lines of your printed card. You can also use a paper trimmer If you have one which will make the cutting much quicker.

4. Fold each place card in half using your paper scorer to help you achieve a nice clean fold.

Ta-daaa! You now have your own gorgeous place cards and pretty little signs, printed and ready make their way to your reception!

Enjoy! x

Ms Gingham says: How much easier can it get? Thanks to Shannon for this fabulous template and tutorial!

Shannon says: “Hi I’m Shannon from the stationery side at Little Flamingo Stationery and Events. I love creating gorgeous invitations and wedding day stationery. Helping to plan and bring your wedding day to life is Ilka who looks after the finer details in the lead up to and on the day of your celebration!”

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