Original place cards

DIY place cards made from Perspex

There are so many different ideas for place cards these days, and so many ways to make your own. We recently came across these round Perspex discs in supercool pastel colours and thought they would be ideal for making unique place cards. No sooner said than done! The extra fine-tipped edding chalk markers by Securit are great for writing on the acrylic discs in a range of beautiful colours, including four pastel shades. And what's really neat is that the ink can easily be wiped off with a damp cloth, which means you can start all over again with a new design as many times as you like. Perspex, like Plexiglass, is a brand name for acrylic glass.

Categories
Living room
Kitchen
Products
Chalk markers
Materials
Glass and mirror
Plastic and foil
Difficulty
Easy peasy
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  • Round acrylic discs with a central hole (e.g. doughnut-style drip shields used for candles)
  • A piece of absorbent paper for activating the marker
  • A damp cloth for making corrections, if needed
  • Rubber bands in colours to match

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