Hi there everyone! Hope you are all well today and getting ready for all the fun Holiday’s ahead.
They will be here before we know it.
Today, I am sharing a burlap table place setting.
Now, I am no stranger to these place settings.
In fact, I have made burlap table place summer settings
I have also made drop cloth table place settings
I had some of these cute burlap gift bags left over from
a graduation card holder I made back in the summer.
You may have missed that post about Southerners and Monograms.
I thought why not use the extra bags, buy another set and have them for our Thanksgiving table this year.
It is tradition that my Mom and sis come in from Buffalo, NY and we always have the most enjoyable Thanksgiving week.
It is just our family for the day and we certainly chillax, pig out, and then of course hit the couch.
I like to set the table nice though for us. These burlap table place settings will be perfect.
As you can see some simple inexpensive supplies.
and the burlap letters.
All the above found at Walmart.
First wrap your ribbon to size on the bottom of the bag.
I only had to use a dab of hot glue on the back, and one each corner to keep the ribbon in place.
Add your faux leaf tucked under the ribbon with a dab of hot glue on the stem. You can add some hot glue on the back of the leaves as well to keep it flat on the bag.
Take your burlap letter and hot glue it to the leaf. These letters do have a peel and stick option, but quiet frankly, they aren’t very sticky and I found them to lift. Nothing a dab of hot glue can’t fix.
CUTE as cute can be!
Add your napkin and utensils and you have a personalized place setting for you and your guests.
If you are not a regular here, I sure would love to see you back again.
I was inspired to make these bags after I saw Painted burlap Thanksgiving utensil holders on pinterest, by night owl. She has a cute blog:)
Thought you would also enjoy these little tips down below on proper table setting and etiquette.
If you are not a regular here, I sure would love to see you back again!
Shannon Fox Fox Hollow Cottage
Super adorable Debbie!!
Kimberly @ A Night Owl
Ahhh Debbie thank you for the S/O love! I love what you did with your burlap place settings! xo
Oh you are welcome! Such a cute site you have.
I can never get enough burlap in my life. This is such a great way to set a table.
That is the truth!
Brilliant Debbie, it looks beautiful.
Thanks Dawn! You can whip these up in no time at all.
Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions
Very cute idea, Debbie! Something I would do if I was still hosting Thanksgiving. It looks like an easy and inexpensive project, too.
So easy Kathy! Took me all of 15 minutes to make one.
Cute idea Debbie !
They really are as cute as can be! Love that ribbon!
The ribbon is my fave too!
SheilaG @ Plum Doodles
Cute, cute, cute- just like you! 🙂 The bags would be perfect for buffet style dinner, too. Love this idea.
I have been on a “burlap overload” for the last year, and I still LOVE it all. Your table settings will be just perfect. Thanks for sharing. Peggy
Thanks Peggy! So nice to see you. XO
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That looks great Debbie, easy and cute too! you cant beat that.
Thanks Karen, I like easy! and hope for cute lol!
Very, very, cute. I want to copycat this too. So far, that makes two things I have wanted to copy from you from the posts I have missed this morning, and I haven’t even read your most recent one yet. Clearly, I needed to visit here.
Debbie, very cute! I saw all these burlap supplies at Walmart and wondered what to do with them. Now, I know! I’ll have to go back to Walmart and buy them. Thanks for sharing this!
Super cute, Debbie. I love that you didn’t have to cut the letters out–I really like this look!
Thanks, it’s so easy took me all of five minutes for one:)
Cute as can be! Will have to check out the local Walmart.
The burlap pieces are beautiful. Great ideas.