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Fall is the perfect season to host lots of cozy dinner parties, so today I’m going to show you how to make some fun fall-themed place cards. But first, you'll need to gather a few supplies.
To create your fall-themed place cards start by using your pencil to draw a mason jar and some leaf shapes onto your watercolor paper.
Next, color in your leaves with Dual Brush Pens, and use a wet paintbrush over the ink to get a watercolor effect. Once they are dry you can add lines and detail with your Mono Drawing pens, then cut everything out. Check out the time-lapse video below to see each step, sped up.
To finish off your place cards write your guest's name on the jar and fall-themed questions on the back of each leaf as conversation starters, then make a slit in the top of your mason jar, and arrange the leaves in the top.
The cards look great laid on top of a plate or held up in a place-card holder.
What’s your favorite fall dish to have at a dinner party or pot-luck?