An ornate gold frame is the perfect contrast to your pastel
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Using a paper trimmer, cut card into rectangles measuring 8cm by
3cm. Write each guest's name and table number on a card with a gold
pen. On the back of the frame, attach lengths of ribbon to the top
and bottom using a stapler, spacing them 5cm apart. Turn the frame
over and attach the cards to the ribbon using sticky dots.
Frame, £85, ayersandgraces.com. Coloured card, £2.99 for 20
A4 sheets, and sticky dots, £1.19 for a pack of 700, ryman.co.uk.
Gold pen, £5.99, hobbycraft.co.uk. Ribbon, £2.15 for 5m,
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