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- maps (I used a variety and any that you love will work fine.)
- dry adhesive (glue dots, 3D adhesive mounts, or other dry glue)
- cardstock in your choice of colors
- Sizzix Flip-Its Fancy Frame Dies (I used this one set of dies to make all three versions.)
For this first version, I used one of the fancy frame dies and some card stock. Then I used 3D mounts to put it all together.
I personally love the monochromatic feel of this map placecard but you could absolutely use colorful maps instead.
For the next placecard, I folded one of my maps and ran in through the Sizzix using the die shown below.
I then cut out just one of the shapes with my scissors and added it to a cardstock card once again cut with the rectangular die in the package.
For the last version, the card itself is made from a map and the embellishment is made with the die shown in the picture below. Once again all of these dies are in the one package from Sizzix.
I just used glue dots to put the two pieces together and we have a completed placecard.
Write the name up the plain side on this placecard version.
Which of the styles will you use at your next dinner party or wedding reception? These recycled map placecards are perfect for any occasion. Stock up on vintage maps now and grab those dies from Sizzix to make some amazing creations.