Let's start with that elegant version on the left. The table numbers for this version along with the stands are from the David Tutera Bridal Collection. You will also need a twinkles writer in silver from Decoart.
I simple drew onto the table number with my twinkles writer following the outline of the border. So simple yet gives a special touch to your table.
Next up is a very rustic version of a table number. I picked up these wooden coasters at Joanns. Paint both sides white with craft paint.
Carefully cut out a burlap number using scissors or a craft knife.
Then use fabric Mod Podge to adhere the burlap to the wooden square.
This makes for a wonderfully rustic table number that is quick and easy to make yourself.
Next up is a faux bois table number that falls somewhere in between on the rustic versus elegant scale. The Martha Stewart paper I used is from Consumer Crafts.
I used my Silhouette to cut the numbers and the signs. You could look into purchasing punches or just carefully cut with a craft knife. I then used Mod Podge to sandwich the entire thing together.
So easy! Plus trendy with that faux bois that seems to be so hot right now.