Thanksgiving Place Card
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Thanksgiving Place Card

This fall project made with clear stamp sets from Inkadinkado®, is sure to spark conversation at your Thanksgiving feast!
Designed by Heather Garl for Inkadinkado®
Craft Time: 60+ minutes
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Material List

  • Inkadinkado® Fall Season Clear Stamp Set
  • Inkadinkado® Coffee House Alphabet Clear Stamp Set
  • Inkadinkado® Somerset Alphabet Clear Stamp Set © Brenda Walton
  • Inkadinkado® Buttons Clear Stamp Set
  • Inkadinkado® Small & Medium Clear Stamping Blocks
  • ColorBox® Queue Fluid Chalk Ink Set, Chocolates & Blueberries: Creamy Brown, Dark Brown, Chestnut Roan
  • K&Company© Contemporary Tag Pad
  • The Paper Company Cardstock, Assorted Cypress Value Pack: Brown, Light Tan
  • Blumenthal Lansing Big Bag Buttons: Light Brown, Orange, Lime Green
  • Ranger Glossy Accents
  • Hemp String
  • Clothespin
  • Markers: Brown, Tan, Light Orange
  • Heat Tool
  • Hole Punch (1/16-inch)
  • Glue
  • Ruler
  • Scissors

Project Instructions

Step: 1

Note: size of place card is 4¾-inches x 3¾-inches.

Step: 2

Stamp the leaf swirl image with creamy brown ink on light tan cardstock. Stamp the name on top of it with dark brown ink. Use the larger alphabet for the first letter(s) only. Trim around the stamped images to form a rectangle. Mat with orange print paper from the tag pad, and then with dark brown cardstock.

Step: 3

Glue a strip of pattern paper from the tag pad to one side of the clothespin. Glue the buttons to the clothespin.

Step: 4

Stamp four leaf “buttons” on light tan cardstock with chestnut roan ink and color the images with the markers. Cut the images to shape. Apply one layer of glossy accents and let set for at least an hour to dry.

Step: 5

Punch two holes on each of the leaf “buttons” and tie hemp string through the holes, knotting the ends on the front. Adhere three leaves on the place card and one on the clothespin.

Step: 6

Stand the place card up with the clothespin.


Use photo as a guide and follow manufacturer’s instructions for all products used.

Heat set the inks to prevent smearing and fading. Allow plenty of time for glossy accents to dry and set properly.