The Fall season is truly one of my favorites. The Florida air gets slightly less humid and a tiny bit more crisp and cool, and our schedules aren’t maxed out with holiday celebrating. I love to invite our friends over for dinner parties, dessert nights, and even bonfire fun. I quickly made these Autumn place cards using chipboard Autumn leaves from Little Birdie Crafts, some wooden disks, spray paint, hot glue and just a few minutes of work!
Here’s What You’ll Need:
• Spray Paint
• Wooden Disks
• Hot Glue Gun and Glue
Step 1: Remove the foam sticker backing from the chipboard leaves.
Step 2: Spray paint the leaves and allow to dry. (I used a metallic gold spray paint.)
Step 3: Carefully hot glue leaves to wooden disks and hold in place until the glue sets.
(Optional) Step 4: Use a pen to write guests’ names or even add a clip to the back to make fun food place cards.
Step 5: Be the best party hostess ever!
These would be adorable in mason jars or apothecary jars filled with mini pine cones too!
I am so ready for the fall season! What’s your favorite season?
You can find more fun party inspiration and tips from Jessica on her blog, Everyday Party Magazine.