DIY TABLE NUMBERS
There are many ways to create table numbers for an upcoming wedding or event. I have completed these for my daughter’s upcoming wedding and I couldn’t be happier with the way they turned out. Be sure to click the links to be taken to the appropriate page to purchase. Also, please note that I am a Cricut and Amazon Affiliate, and if you purchase through my links, I do make a small commission. Thank you for your support!
I used the font, Elizabeth and typed the numbers in Cricut Design Space. I then used Cricut Adhesive Foil in Silver. I loaded my mat, following the cutting instructions via Design Space and my Cricut machine. Once done cutting, I weeded the foil off of the mat, exposing my cut. I then used Contact Paper to transfer the image onto my log piece. I placed the image on the log, gave it a good rub and then removed the contact paper. Once done, I put a layer of ModPodge over the foil on the log to seal it and to keep it from peeling off. You can use either the matte or glossy ModPodge, depending on what your desired look is. I let mine dry for a minimum of 24 hours.
I used my Cricut Maker to cut the Adhesive Foil and purchased the log pieces at my local Hobby Lobby store.