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Thanksgiving decor is my fave, I love harvest-y colors.  You can turn out a really awesome dinner table with $10 or less.  Here’s how to make a few stylish place cards.

Nice & Easy

ThanksgivingAll you need for this one is rosemary, a hole puncher, and a few business cards.  Cut the corners off of the business cards, punch a hole at the top and bottom, and stick a piece of rosemary through the holes.  Finish the cards off with everyone’s names.  You could modify this by spray painting the business cards a metallic shade so they aren’t white.  You can also substitute the rosemary for pretty much any herb or even pine.


Thanksgiving Place CardsI love rustic keys.  You can find ones just like mine at Michael’s for $1.  I’m down with the look of mismatched keys, but using the same type would look good too.  All you need to do for this is write everyone’s names on the back of a business card (or construction paper, or cardstock…), and attach the tags to the keys with a little bit of ribbon.

Metallic Natural

Thanksgiving TableI’ve been in love with natural elements coated in metallic for quite some time.  I love using gold twigs or leaves as holiday decor.  This can work with any natural element, but leaves are just so fall.  I decided to use ivy because it’s super strong.  Paint your leaves (or other naturals) with nail polish!  I used a glossy brown and rose gold.  Write everyone’s names on the back of a business card (or other sturdy paper), and attach with ribbon (again).  So chic.