Sandcastle Place Cards
Remember the mini Putz houses that you see in the winter time? Well that’s what inspired these glittering sandcastle place cards! Eating picnic snacks was one of my favorite things about going to the beach when I was younger – if you’re not close to the water, wouldn’t it be fun to host a beach picnic party indoors? And if you’re looking for more miniature beach party supplies, try these beach cake toppers!
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Step 1: Cut shapes to construct the sand castles. Be creative – a quick image search gives lots of inspiration. Cut and roll rectangles to form cylindrical towers (all pictured here are 2″ or less). Trace various sized circles and cut a slit to the center – these will be the conical tower roofs. Lower walls can be cut with decorative top edges.
Step 2: Use tiny dabs of hot glue to build the castles. For the towers, apply dots of glue to the top edge of the cylinder and gently attach the cones on top.
Step 3: Apply a thin even coat of glittering glue to the castles.
Step 4: Holding the castle over the glitter tray, slowly pour the glitter over the castle. The excess glitter will fall into the tray where you can carefully roll the castle to attach even more glitter. Once covered, let dry on a scrap piece of paper.
Step 5: Cut card stock into rectangles about the size of business cards (the exact size can vary depending on the sizes of the castles you built.) You can pre-print the names on the card or use a pen to write them yourself.
Step 6: Rub the anti-static glitter bag on the rectangles. Once the castles are dry, use a tiny dab of hot glue to attach them to the rectangles. If desired, cut a toothpick down to 3/4″. Fold over a thin piece of washi tape at the end of the toothpick and cut into a triangle shape to form a flag. Use a tiny dab of hot glue to attach the toothpick to the castle’s rooftop.
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