In case you didn’t know, I like to make a big fuss for dinner parties, holidays and special meals with family and friends. I love any reason to celebrate. My feeling is that people take time out of their busy lives to spend time with us. The least that I can do is share my best gifts and make these occasions memorable and fun. As I mentioned in previous posts, my Thanksgiving table is going to be copper and blue tones. I’ve already created copper votives and clay tags for place cards. The next thing I wanted to make for the table is DIY Thanksgiving place cards and copper frames. Now stay with me here. I know I created the clay tags for place cards. These framed place cards will be hold artwork and quotes.
I found these miniature frames at the dollar store. They are made of metal and I knew that they would look great after they were painted copper.
Once again, I used the Krylon Metallic Foil copper paint.
For the place card insert I turned to one of my own photographs. I took this photo a couple of weeks ago when I chalk painted this acorn.
Did you know that there is an App called Waterlouge? It can turn any photograph into a watercolor – like this…
I love the colors and the effect. Next, I found a font that I liked and typed out words of meaning related to Thanksgiving. After printing them out I was ready to frame them.
If you would like to print these for yourself, you can use the link here:
Don’t they look great?
I can’t wait to actually put the whole table together for Thanksgiving. I think the shimmery copper and blue will look beautiful paired together! Each guest will get to take one of these home with them too!
Have you started to think about your Thanksgiving table? We would love to see what you are up to!