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Holiday Place Settings by Robin Gibson

Holiday Place Settings by Robin Gibson

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Published by: Purple Cows, Inc. on Dec 22, 2009
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PurpleCows#1040 2 in 1 ComboTrimmer, #3020Robin’sStashPrecision Tipped Scissors,Paper Piercer, Crop-A-Dile
CosmoCricketJolly by Golly Crafting KitGlue Arts Glue Rings, GGP-High TacClears- ColorBox Fluid Chalk InkBazzillBasicsCardstockRobin’sStashThickers, Craft Wire, Beads
Purple Cows, Inc3210 North Canyon Road, Suite 307Provo, Utah 84604877-386-8264
Robin Gibson, North Carolinahttp://ohscrapblogspot.com
For the placemats:
1. Turn on your #3020 Laminator to warm up while you choose your placemat papers.2. Select which papers you would like to use as your center piece for your placemat. Ichose 4 papers, (2 Dotted Swiss -Phoenix, & Deep Sea, 1 Grasscloth -MexicanPoppy, and 1 Jolly By Golly - Sweater Weather). Using the #2810 Colonial Cut Deco-rative-edged Blade and your 2 in 1 Combo Trimmer, cut an edge on either side(making it the top and bottom edge), so your paper measures 10 1/2 by 12 inchesexactly. Ink the edges with a coordinating Colorbox ink (I used Warm Red, Aquama-rine, & Yellow Citrus).3. Now choose a coordinating piece of paper to place on either side of your center pa-per. The Jolly By Golly Border paper is PERFECT for this! Cut a border you like, andtrim the edges, using the 2810 Colonial Cut blade so the piece measures 10 1/2inches on the long side.4. The width will be determined by whichever border you choose. (Don't worry,we willmake up the difference by changing the measurement of your other side piece!)5. Select a second side piece, using the coordinating Cosmo Cricket Jolly By Golly pa-pers. Your total placement needs to measure 16 1/2 inches long. Trim this piece to
make sure when all 3 pieces are placed side by side, the total is 16 1/2 inches. Each shouldalready be trimmed to be 10 1/2 inches high). (For mine, I used: Breezy Freezy, Smitten Mit-ten, & Silly Chilly).6. Note: When you place all these pieces side by side, be sure to look at both sides. Once youlaminate these together, your placemats will be reversible, so you'll want both sides to coor-dinate. Using the Cosmo Cricket Jolly By Golly papers, makes this easy-as-pie!) YUM!7. Place the 3 pieces for each mat, inside a 11x17 hot pocket, making sure the edges meet. Runthe pocket through the laminator, and voila! You have a reversible placemat!8. For the placecards:9. From the Jolly By Golly Elements page, select the 'element' you want to use as a name card.Trim this using the fine point scissors, and ink the edges with the Coordinating Colorbox ink.Mount this onto a coordinating piece of Bazzill Cardstock (I used Avalanche). I cut the card-stock 1/2" wider than the 'element', and twice as long (so it can be folded to stand on it'sown on the table). Use the 2811 scoring blade, for a perfect fold line!10.Choose a coordinating sticker from the Crafting Kit sticker sheet to embellish your namecard.11.For the napking ring holders:12.Choose your favorite Jolly By Golly patterned paper, and trim 3 pieces 1/2" by 12". (I usedSmitten Mitten). Using the Glue Arts Glue Rings, adhere these end to end, so you have along piece that measure about 35 inches. Ink the edges (I used Warm Red).13.Using your 2 in 1 smart trimmer, and the 2811 Scoring Blade, score lines along the whole of 
Purple Cows, Inc3210 North Canyon Road, Suite 307Provo, Utah 84604877-386-8264
Robin Gibson, North Carolinahttp://ohscrapblogspot.com

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