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  • Carrie Creech

    Personalize table settings and add a touch of seafaring mystery to dinner with message-in-a-bottle place cards. Using a funnel, fill a small glass bottle a little less than halfway with sand. Roll up a small sheet of paper tightly, securing with a few strips of double-sided tape placed parallel to rolling direction. Write a guest's name on scroll. Using tweezers, place on sand in bottle; insert cork. (Martha Stewart)

  • Hilary Medlin

    Message-in-a-bottle place cards and cute flower arrangements - Martha Stewart

  • Hannah Edlin

    Message in a bottle Place cards, love the twin around the jars and wild flower bouquets.

  • Pieces of Anna

    Mason jars wrapped in jute, and I love those flowers

  • Rana Bizri

    Message-in-a-Bottle Place Cards - outdoor party ideas - Martha Stewart

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