Guide guests to their seats with elegant discs. Using punches,
cut circles from coloured paper. Add names in calligraphy for a
professional finish. Attach to a fabric-covered board with pins for
a pretty display.
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Card, £3.80, for 10 sheets; paper, £3 for 5m,
paperchase.co.uk. Circle punches, from £3.99, hobbycraft.co.uk.
Calligraphy, £2.50, calligraphycompamy.com. Pins, £1.95,
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