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Rudolph Place Card

Written on 12/12/2018
Guest Blogger 2018

Hello everyone, I am so excited to be back this year as part of Design Dazzle’s Christmas Wonderful. My name is Blanca and I blog over at Creativities Galore where I share party inspiration, crafts, and the occasional recipe. Today I am here to share an easy craft that is the perfect detail for your next holiday party. It is an adorable Rudolph place card that can be used to label food or to let your guests know where they are going to be seated.

The great thing about this craft is that it can be done in 5 easy steps with really basic supplies. So let’s get started with the tutorial by first gathering our supplies.

  • Kraft Board (4×4 inches for each place card)
  • Black Marker
  • Red Button
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Scraper (to score the place card)

Once your supplies are gathered you can get the 4×4 kraft board and fold it in half. Since the kraft board is a little thick you can use a scraper to get a nice crisp fold.

Next you will take your black marker and draw on your reindeer face minus the nose of course. After you have drawn the face you can hot glue the nose where it belongs. 

The final step is to write out either the food you want to be labeled on the Rudolph place card or your guest’s names and just set out your cards. 

Don’t you just love how simple it is to create this Rudolph place card? Their simplicity will come in handy if you have many to make for your holiday party. 

I hope you enjoyed this simple holiday craft and that it inspired you to craft up your own Rudolph place card. Make sure you follow me on my social media where I share more craft ideas, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest are my favorite places to hang out besides my blog. You can also sign up for my newsletter for some behind the scenes and free printables.

Thanks so much to Blanca for sharing these adorable Rudolph place cards with us! Be sure to check out her blog for more fantastic craft ideas! 


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