Seashell Place Card Holders
Get the look for less with these gorgeous Joss & Main inspired DIY sea shell place card holders. It only takes two steps to create!
Today is Up to Date Interiors’ second day into the Thanksgiving Series. If you missed yesterday’s Thanksgiving vignette and banner, you can find it here.
A Week of Thanksgiving Crafts and Decor
Day one: DIY Gilded Pumpkins and Gourds
Day two: Sea Shell Place Card Holders
Day three: Fall Home Tour
Day four: Thankful Leather and Metallic Bunting Sign
Day five: Fall Dining Room Vignette
Day six: DIY Painted Pinecone Swag for Your Front Door
Today’s craft was inspired by seashell place card holders I saw on Joss & Main months ago. They were a pretty penny so I decided to DIY them and I’m just thrilled with how they turned out. If you have seashells and a dremel tool laying around you can make these now! They are super easy and only take about five minutes. 🙂
Dremel with a saw blade attachment
Gold sharpie or pen
I chose 8 seashells out of my ridiculous collection of dead sea critters (happy to use them in an utilitarian way) and sweetly asked my husband to drill a slit in the top of each one.
To add a little detail similar to the Joss and Main ones, I traced the openings with my gold sharpie.
They are perfect for our Coastal Thanksgiving table setting that I will be sharing tomorrow! The texture is amazing and I added pheasant feathers for an extra layer. Gorgeous!
Have you thought about your holiday table setting yet? Do you enjoy coastal decor?
Make sure to check out 50 + Fall seasonal and holiday decorating ideas, DIYs, and free printables for the season.
They are adorable! Love
Thanks! They were so easy to make. 🙂
What kind of dremelblade dis you use to cut the slit in the sea shell?
I used a dremel rotary tool Anne. I think it was an one inch blade. Hope that helps!