What’s more fun than a party…especially a party with beautiful yet simple thoughtful little touches of creativity.
These place cards (could also be note cards) are fun to create and can be done in any color scheme. You will need watercolor paper, Tombow dual brush markers, Tombow adhesive, a couple of buttons (I used Laura Kelly buttons from Buttons Galore and More), black card stock for card bases (5×7 folded in half).
The first step is to create your petals and color them. I covered a page of water color paper with petals and round centers for the flowers then shaded them in with pinks, purples and oranges.
Then I created the flower bases and colored them in with shades of green.
To add the petals, use Power Adhesive Tabs.
They are super sticky and give the flower dimension.
To make the name cards to put on the place cards, I cut rectangles from watercolor paper, used Fiskars corner rounder and tinted the edges with the pink and purple used on the petals then adhered them to the folded black card stock pieces.
Then I added the flowers.
There are so many things that can be created with Tombow’s markers and adhesives. I can’t wait to get started on my next project. (Hint…it is a messy one!)