Easter Printable Place Card and Banner!
Looking for a way to spruce up your Easter brunch table this year? Just for you, an adorable DIY using our FREE printable place card and banner templates! These little place card holders are super easy to make and won’t break the bank. However, feel free to print place cards and style on your own as well! There are no rules here.
Potted Place Card DIY
Mini clay pots (I got 3/$1 at my local Dollar Store)
Moss Filling (Dollar Store – one bag filled 4 pots)
Gold Spray Paint
Matte Card Stock (To print templates)
Molding Clay (In various colors to create small eggs; I used FIMO. If you aren’t particularly crafty, or are in a time crunch, you can also try these! Bonus: they’re edible.)
Step 1: Print your templates and trim – can leave as folded or cut in half like I did. If you cut in half, you may need a tooth pick to make sure they stay propped up.
Step 2: Spray paint small clay pots gold. Best to have standing up when spraying and not on it’s side.
Step 3: Fill pots with moss
Step 4: With your molding clay, take small quarter sized amounts and first roll into a ball. Then using your fingers, round out one end to give more of an egg shape. Also feel free to decorate your eggs! I added gold polka dots to one with a gold sharpie!
Step 5: Top it off with your place card and you are all set!
And if your centerpiece is in need of a little flair as well, we also included this printable banner! Enjoy!
napcp contributor meet Kristen Smith
About the Contributor: Kristen Smith is a graphic designer and illustrator residing in Augusta, GA with her fiance Jon-Michael and two fur babies, Desmond and Penelope. She knew from a very young age that she wanted to do something creative and began taking design classes in high school. After receiving a BFA in Graphic Design from the University of Georgia, she worked hard to establish a freelance career and officially launched her own company in 2011. Kristen is an award-winning designer, a celebrated creative for Minted.com, and has been working with NAPCP since it's inception in 2009. She has a passion for fresh and beautiful designs with subtle feminine hints and a dash of whimsy. Her passion for design is rivaled only by her passion for animals. She has been an avid animal rights supporter for many years and presently works with a local rescue organization fostering and rehabilitating cats. When she is not designing or sketching, you can find her crafting or in the garden! She is also an entertainment junkie and watches entirely too many movies and television shows. Kristen looks forward to the extraordinary possibilities each new day brings!
Why Limiting Mini Sessions is Good for Your Business, Your Clients, and You!I’ve been in business for almost six years and every year I’ve dreaded mini sessions. At first I was worried that I would only book one person, when I needed three to make it worth it — then, it became more than that. As a lifestyle photographer with a focus on connection both between my […]
A San Francisco Newborn Session (2 Weeks Old)Inspiration: As a lifestyle photographer, photographing San Francisco newborns is always such a fun adventure. I love being given the privilege of taking photos in a family’s home. There is always a sense of joy and nervous anticipation I feel waiting to see the character details that make up so many of the old San […]
December Printable Menu and CalendarThe holidays are here and we couldn’t be more excited to share our December printable calendar and menu with you! Download the printable calendar here. Dress up your holiday table with our printable menu! To download your copy, click here! Happy Holidays! Save
November Inspired Magazine: Featuring Hannah Drews Eggert!Click here to read our November magazine featuring Hannah Drews Eggert! See Hannah’s beautiful work, learn more about the 2018 Marketing Summit and read about the NAPCP 2017 Photographer of the Year! Print your copy of Inspired straight from MagCloud! Share your favorite pieces with friends, family and clients. Save Save
We are so delighted that you are here. The National Association of Professional Child Photographers is an association whose mission is to promote and support the artistry and integrity of professional child photographers. To accomplish this mission, NAPCP provides the most comprehensive resources for its members, bringing together a community of passionate artists committed to growth in their skills, their artistry, and their businesses.
NAPCP.com (formally pronounced "NAP-C-P") is a place where professional child photographers can come and connect, learn, teach, aspire and grow. It is also a valuable resource for parents who are looking for a professional child photographer in their area, and want to be inspired and educated about our specialized industry.
November Inspired Magazine: Featuring Hannah Drews Eggert!
Click here to read our November magazine featuring Hannah Drews Eggert! See Hannah’s beautiful work, learn more about the 2018 Marketing Summit and read about the NAPCP 2017 Photographer of the Year! Print your copy of Inspired straight from MagCloud! Share your favorite pieces with friends, family and clients. Save Save
Marketing Summit 2018: You’re Invited!
You’re invited to register for our January 17-19, 2018 Marketing Summit in Atlanta, today! Registration is LIVE. We’re talkin’ setting and accomplishing goals, the best way to market yourself through blogging and email campaigns, and anything and everything you need to know about growing your social media presence organically (read: in the best possible way). […]
October Inspired Magazine: Featuring Second Half 2017 Image Competition Winners!
Click here to read our October magazine featuring the winners of our Second Half 2017 Image Competition. See their beautiful work and read their inspirational interviews – guaranteed to give you the little “push” you need to get you through to Christmas. Don’t forget, Inspired is now printable! Print your copy straight from MagCloud, and […]
September Inspired Magazine: Featuring K.C. Crow!
Click here to read our September magazine featuring K.C. Crow! Don’t forget, Inspired is now printable! Print your copy straight from MagCloud, and share your favorite pieces with friends, family and clients. Save Save Save
The National Association of Professional Child Photographers is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com