This week I’m sharing the Place Setting Name Flags I made for our Christmas Table last year. They were a pretty quick and easy print and cut project.
Here’s one in action
and a pic of the whole table
We were very fortunate that it was a lovely mild sunny day last year and we opted to eat outside in the shade on the patio. Even though we have the climate for it, sometimes it’s not possible because it’s too hot! It was fine last year and fortunately our Western Australian fly population had other plans and didn’t make too much of an appearance!
Just add your names and make as many as needed. You can choose whatever font you prefer. You could also make these as a sketch pen project instead of print and cut.
When you open the file you’ll see there’s a little tab that will fold down inside the flags, this will act as a barrier and prevent the the flags from sliding down the toothpick. I secured the front of the tags to the back with double sided tape near the fold line leaving just enough space to insert the toothpick from the bottom.
Here’s the Place Name Flag file for Version 3
Here’s the Place Name Flag File for Version 2 ( Tested last year with this one)
Julia @ It's Always Ruetten says
Thank you so much for the free cut file… for ALL of the free cut files this past year! It’s such a nice thing you need for all of your readers! … On another note, it’s so funny to see a Christmas dinner set outside! Since I’m from the States, we always associate Christmas with cold wintery weather and lots of snow. Such a difference! Thanks again and Merry Christmas!
Thanks Julia, Lots of my subscribers are from the States like you, and I thought you may all be interested to see how we do it Downunder!
I do have distant memories of a white Christmas as I had my pre teen years in England. The idea of snuggling by a log fire with a hot chocolate does appeal – but it’s never going to happen out here! LOL
This will come in handy for almost any occasion. thank you for sharing these files- I really enjoy your blog!