Snowflake and Glitter Place Card Holders

Big plans for New Year’s Eve or New Year’s Day? We have a super simple and oh so elegant and sparkly accent for your party table! How can you go wrong with snow, snowflakes,  and glitter  at New Years!

Let me show you these adorable Snowflake and Glitter Place Card Holders..


They are just perfect to use with a place card at your formal affair or simply use them to label each dish at your buffet. These sweet snowflake place card holders could even be used to display photographs or Christmas cards. They are so versatile!

Supplies needed to make Snowflake and Glitter Place Card Holders…



Step One:  


Remove the top of the glass place card holder and fill with white pom poms.  Eyeball how many you want to add to each one. There is no magic number!

Step Two: 


 Adhere stickers to the outside of the ornament in any arrangement you like.  Finally, replace the top and you are all done with the place card holder part!

Now on to the place card itself!


Simply cut the white card stock to the size you like. You could even use pre-cut card stock cards. Using the glue pen, write the name of your guest on the card stock. While the glue is still wet, sprinkle the glitter all over the glue. Allow to dry a bit and then gently shake off the excess. HINT: Use a small makeup brush to remove any stray glitter!


Such a simple but special touch to a memorable event. Your guests will feel extra special to be a part of your party and life.


We hope that each of you has a special New Years and a wonderful 2014!

Be sure and check out our free New Year’s Eve Time Capsule Printable…perfect for kids. Also don’t miss our Kid Friendly New Year’s Resolution Printable! A great way to ring in the New Year!

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Trish Flake

Hey y'all! I am Trish and the creative voice behind Uncommon Designs. I adore party planning, holiday celebrations, and all things crafty! I am so excited to share my creative adventures with you!

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