It’s the little touches on the Thanksgiving table decorations that make all of the difference. These homemade placeholders are made with used wine corks so they are “Good for the home and good for the environment”!
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Supplies for Placeholders:
Instructions for Placeholders:
Diva Tip: If your corks are brittle soak them in water before cutting them. Make sure they are dry before gluing them.
Step 2) Place a drop of hot glue on the flat side of a button.
Step 3) Place cork on glue (slit side up). Let dry
Step 4) Cut cardstock to fit inside your wine cork placeholders.
Step 5) Add names to the cardstock and put them in the slit.
Now you have an adorable last minute table decoration or place card holder! The best part is…you can reuse these for all of your holiday decorating. Switch out your cardstock and you have a whole new look.
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