I might have a little bit of a problem. I like to make a variety of Thanksgiving Place Cards, whether we really need them or not! 😉 They are just so fun to make and if I’m going to make them, I may as well share them with you, right? Well, today I’m sharing these super simple Round Tin Thanksgiving Place Cards with you.
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Round Tin Thanksgiving Place Cards Supplies:
- Round Tins
- Candy of Choice (I found gold Sixlets at Walmart)
- Nut Brown Adhesive Vinyl
- Transfer Tape
- Ribbon (I’m not sure that the linked ribbon is the right size)
- Cricut Maker or Cricut Explore Air 2
Design the names that you need in your Cricut Design Space. I used a font called Dallon for mine, but there are so many that would look amazing! Size the names to fit the space you need. Place vinyl onto the cutting mat.
Send your designs to be cut on your Cricut machine.
Once they are cut, weed the designs and place transfer tape over the top of them.
Cut the names apart.
Fill your tins with the candy of your choice. I chose to use the gold colored Sixlets, but fall colored M&M’s would work as well. Once you have the candy in the tins, put the lids on.
Peel your names off of the backing and place the vinyl names onto the tin tops.
Then peel off the transfer tape.
Tie your ribbon around the edge of the round tins and you’re finished! These Round Tin Thanksgiving Place Cards are super simple to put together and look so cute as well!
They’d work well when you have a lot of place cards you need to put together.
Place them in the middle of a plate over a napkin or off to the side. Either way would work.
I like the look of the bold font that I chose to use for this. I think it works well with the candy inside.
Do you use place cards for Thanksgiving?
These are a fun and simple way to dress up the Thanksgiving table. If you’re looking for other fun Thanksgiving Place Card ideas, then check out my gallery here.Linking up to some of these parties.