Make your DIY efforts work double time by using paper bags as
escort cards and favours. Practical and pretty!
Write your guest's name and table number on to a paper bag.
Fill with sweets or anything you wish - you could even use them to
hold cutlery and napkins. Add a border on the top edge by using a
decorative punch and cut two holes from front to back. Slot a
ribbon through and tie a bow.
FABULOUS DIY IDEAS
YOU WILL LOVE
Paper bags, £2.50 for 100, www.pipii.co.uk. Decorative punch, £12, www.hobbycraft.co.uk. Ribbon, from £3 for 5m,
www.johnlewis.com. Calligraphy, £1.80 per bag,
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