Place Cards 2


I have some more place cards for you today, this time it’s a pair of Butterfly place cards. There are 2 designs, you may recognise them from here when they were first posted. If you’d like to add layers to the Butterflies on your place cards and make them 3d you could cut some extra Butterflies and just glue them in the body area then bend the wings outwards when dry. If you wanted to bling them up, you could add some sparkly gems down the body (I wish I thought of doing that before I photographed them).

I have a Niece that loves Butterflies so I think these would be cute for a little girls birthday party. Butterflies are often associated with change or new beginnings so they could be suitable as part of the table arrangements at a baby shower or wedding, engagement or anniversary celebration. I spared you my handwriting but you can write or stamp your names on the area below the butterfly.



Here’s your Free Cut File – Formats include ai, dxf, gsd, mtc, pdf, studio & svg:
(click on the link below the image to download)


Place Cards 2 Digital Cutting File by Bird

23 thoughts on “Place Cards 2

  1. Jean Keetch

    Really lovely place cards, so useful, thank you. Is there any chance you could do something suitable for Christmas. x

  2. Janelle Graham

    I have just found your site and I’m amazed at how fantastic your designs are. I just love them! Thanks so much for sharing your talent with us – it’s much appreciated.

  3. Beverly

    Still have no parties planned, but the butterflies were downloaded. They match the decorations I made (and saved) for a friend’s shower. The next shower will have placecards and “food tags”. Thank you, Bird.

  4. Diane r

    I love all of your files & these place cards are great. Is there any chance that you have place cards with birds or bird cages, or birds & hearts on your list of ideas? I have to make wedding stationery for my daughters wedding next year. I haven’t started but birds & bird cages seems to be the theme.

  5. Paula Gale

    Hi Bird

    thank you so much for these – as usual, they’re great. Just wish I knew where to start with the designing part of the process so that I could give something back.

    Paula x x x

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