Surprise your guests with a quirky vintage-inspired escort-card
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Mark a line across the top of the spool. Using a hacksaw
and cutting matt, saw carefully along the pencil line 5mm
deep. Wrap a length of ribbon around the wooden spool and
secure with glue or pearl-head pins. Position cards to finish.
Escort cards, 75p each, projectpretty.co.uk. Satin ribbon,
from £1.45 per metre, vvrouleaux.com. Wooden spools, find similar
from £1, ebay.co.uk. Pearl-head pins, from £2.25, johnlewis.com.
Table cloth (used as background), £8.25 to hire,
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