pomegranate used as a placecard
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Red and Gold

Print each name in gold on a pomegranate. The rich red color and hard texture of the pomegranate make it the perfect fruit to write on. Use permanent or liquid ink in gold, silver, or black.


Pear with Gold Metal Name Tags
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Tag a Stem

Shiny metal plant tags, available from garden stores, turn fruits with stems into instant place-setters. Cut the tag to size, then write the name on it with a black permanent marker.


The Name
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Magnolia Marker

Write a name on the back of a magnolia leaf. Use a pen with white or silver ink. The leathery texture of the leaf complements table linens. Coordinate the napkin color.


Dark Cards with Name Written in Silver
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Cherry Chestnut

Cut a slit in a chestnut for a placecard. Use a craft knife to make the cut. Silver ink reads well on dark brown paper, and scalloped scissors give the card a decorative edge.


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http://www.myhomeideas.com/entertaining/table-settings/natures-placecards