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Beautiful Hoop Place Cards


These  hoop place cards are quite elegant for a dinner party, celebration, etc.  You can change them up how you like them. They fit perfectly on a salad plate.

I bought a package of 4 - 6 inch floral craft rings at Michaels. You can probably find them anywhere online. 



I had some leftover Christmas picks, leaves and ribbon so I was able to just create these with things I had on hand.  You start by wrapping the wooden hoops with ribbon. After the entire hoop is covered in ribbon, I swing the ribbon across and then hot glue it to one side.  That is where the name goes.

Feel free to use raffia, twine, etc to wrap the hoops.  I am sure you can also use mini wreaths, quilt rings, anything round about 6 inches.




You start glueing the leaves and florals to the left side of the hoop. Feel free to add little birds, bird nest, etc. These would be great for any holiday, just change out the design elements to match each holiday.

How about using Chalkboard ribbon, where you can use a chalk pen to write the names.  Erase and re-use them.

Another option is chalkboard labels.  Hobby Lobby has them.
Chalkboard ribbon


For some of these I printed out labels to attach to the ribbon. Others I just attached the labels directly to the hoop.


I created the labels I used.  Here is the link: When printing, be sure to uncheck size to fit. It should print out a full page of labels.  I used card stock which is heavier.
The label's look like this below. You can cut them out and write your own name or attach them to the ribbon like above.

This one I used Mackenzie Child's ribbon and a label. You change it up a bit where you want to add the florals.  side, top or bottom.
I hope you try making these pretty hoop place cards.
Happy Holidays.

Stay tuned for my snowman tablescape.

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19 comments:

  1. You made such pretty hoop place cards Linda. Thanks for sharing how to make them. They look just perfect for your holiday table!

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  2. These look so pretty on your place settings! Cute idea!

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  3. Beautiful, Linda. I love how simple they are to make, but how elegant they look. off to pin!

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  4. They're so clever, Linda, and very pretty. These look like they'd go together relatively fast (though wrapping ribbon can be harder than it seems!)

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  5. OMG Linda... your table is positively stunning! I love your hoops and also the darling place cards. I am off to pin them. Have a wonderful week.

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  6. These are super cute. I cannot wait to see your snowman tablescape. xoxo

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  7. Linda,

    These are so cute, I love them. Who would have thought an embroidery hoop?

    Think how many ways these can be styled.

    Pinning!

    Cindy

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  8. I ❤️ this idea, Linda! It is so clever and easy. They could be varied for the seasons. Thank you! 🎄

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  9. What a fabulous looking idea for a place setting! Quite elegant and unique!

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  10. Great idea, Linda. Thanks for sharing!

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  11. Those are so pretty! What a nice way to set the table.

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  12. A pretty craft with a fab end result!

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  13. I love this project! So elegant and pretty! Yours are elegant, but I could make some more casual for outside...the look could change with the ribbon. I am pinning this! Thanks, Linda!

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  14. Those are just adorable, Linda. SOOO pretty and perfect for the holiday table. I see my name tag is already there....lol... I hope you have a wonderful night- xo Diana

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  15. I love this idea! Putting it on my calendar to do for Valentine's day.

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  16. These are so pretty and endless possibilities! Very brilliant Linda!
    Jenna

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  17. Super pretty, and easy...even for people like me who absolutely STRUGGLE with DIY projects!

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  18. Linda, this is a great idea! Thank you for the print out of the labels.

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