Celebration Place Settings

Easy-to-make celebration place settings to ensure nobody loses their place at your Royal Wedding celebration party.

Skill Level

Easy. Adult Supervision needed.

Time to Make

30 minutes

Adult Supervision Needed

Yes

How to Make

  1. Cut a rectangle shape from dark blue paper and fold in half width ways.
  2. Cut a small rectangle from white card and stick to the bottom of the rectangle on the opposite end to where it is folded.
  3. Using a red pen clearly write on the person’s name.
  4. Using scissors cut two triangles on the folded edge to create a crown shape, ensuring to leave a gap between each triangle so that the paper stays attached together at the fold.
  5. Take a red satin ribbon bow and stick to the top of the white rectangle above the name.
  6. Decorate the crown with gems.
  7. Using a glitter glue pen draw small dots of glitter glue in a pattern. Leave to dry.
  8. Open the card and balance on a table to use as a place setting.
  9. Repeat steps using red paper, blue ribbon and a blue pen to make a range of red and blue celebration place settings.

Top Tip

Use red, blue, silver and gold gems and glitter glue pens to fit the theme of the Royal Wedding.

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