Detail is everything with these bespoke place settings.
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Find a simple illustration through a site like fotsearch.com and
print out onto white A3 paper. Using a window as a lightbox to
illuminate your work, place your coloured paper over the template
and draw the place setting with a pastel or coloured pencil. Shade
the outline for a chalk effect.
A3 card, £1, and pink chalk pastel, £1.30, paperchase.co.uk.
Flower arrangement, £40 (Blizzard, Vendela and Miss Piggy roses
with dill, alchemilla mollis and verbena), tom-flowers.co.uk. White
tablecloth, £2, pink cocktail glass, £1.53, and wine glass, £1.76,
all to hire, joneshire.co.uk.
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