Printed table numbers are nice, but sometimes you want something with a little more pizazz! These Dimensional Die-Cut Table Numbers are a perfect way to add a special touch to your table decor for your wedding or big event. You can frame the numbers plain, or add embellishments to the frame. Let's get started! 

Supplies

To get started, open the design software on your electronic die-cutting machine. I am using Cricut Design Space. Choose a font and create an individual text box for each number. My numbers are about 3.75" tall so that they will fit on a 4"x6" base with enough room around the edges to fit in a 4"x6" frame. (Don't forget that a frame opening is 1/2" smaller than the paper you put inside of, so the opening of a 4"x6" frame is only 3.5"x5.5".) I am making the numbers 1 through 8. 

 

cricut design space numbers 

 

Once you have all your numbers, change them to the color you will be cutting them out of. I am using Mid-Green for the top layer. Select all of your numbers and click the "offset" button. Set the offset to .125, make sure the "weld offsets" box is UNchecked, then click apply. While they are all still selected, change them to the color for that later. My middle layer will be Copper Stardream. While that layer is still selected, click on the "offset" button again and click "apply" to create a third layer. Change this layer to your third color. I am using Colorplan Natural.

adding offset layers to table numbers in cricut design space



Now you are ready to cut! While your numbers are cutting, choose a color for the base/back panel of your table numbers. I am using Parcel Wrap Kraft. Cut out as many pieces as you need in the correct size for your frame. I cut eight 4"x6" sheets.

cutting 4"x6" sheets of kraft paper



Once all your numbers are cut, assemble the number pieces using Beacon Zip Dry glue. I like this glue because it has a small applicator tip, and if a little squishes out around the edges, you can wait for it to dry and rub it off with your finger.

gluing number layers with Beacon Zip Dry glue



To make the numbers really POP, I attached them to the base with foam tape.

adding foam tape to back of number



Repeat this process for all of your numbers.

finished die-cut table numbers



Once you have all of your table numbers assembled, it is time to frame them. I recommend leaving the glass out of the frame when you frame them. This will prevent glares from lighting, candles, and photography. You can put them in a frame and leave them the way they are, or you can add embellishments to the outside of the frame. I cut some Mid-Green leaves, a Colorplan Natural 3D flower, and some Copper Stardream little sprigs and attached them to the outside of my frame with hot glue. I love how these really elevated the design.

close up of paper flower glued to outside of frame

See, wasn't that easy? Your guests are sure to be impressed by your beautiful table numbers at your event! Functional AND gorgeous! Does it get any better?


group of die-cut dimensional table numbers

 

Want to see a process video? You can watch how these were made on our YouTube Channel! 

 

 

You can change the colors and fonts around on these table numbers to fit the theme of any event. You can also run the base layer through an embossing folder to add even more interest and dimension. Here are just a few examples. 

 

dimensional die-cut table numbers

 

Are you making your own table numbers? We would love to see! Be sure to show us if you do! Tag your creations on social media with #cardstockwarehouse to be featured in our stories! While you're there, be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram for more paper crafting projects made with our high-quality card stock. 

Happy Crafting! 

Erica

Insta: @circtycreations


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