These classroom table signs look great hanging above your classroom tables. I made 1 thru 6 table numbers for each color, but if you need more table numbers, let me know : )
There are 16 different colors to pick from. You can pick a different color for each table or use the same color for all your tables.
Print on cardstock, cut out, glue back to back and laminate.
Since I don’t like to see the reverse image leaking through to the other side even when printing on cardstock, I print both sides on separate pages. I then cut out a plain white round piece and sandwich it in between these pages and glue all three pieces together. I have provided a template for the in between piece at the end of the table numbers.
Here is a tip on these table numbers I should blog about. I now make my table numbers with a thick round border on the outside for a reason. Not only is it easier to cut out but when you cut out the front and back of the table numbers they will never completely match up back to back and white from the cardstock will show up. The best work around I have found is to take a permanent marker a similar color as the outside border and just fill in the edges on the inside of both sides. This hides any white from the cardstock that might show after gluing them together. I have tried gluing them together first and then cutting but it never works that well. This permanent marker tip does ; )
These should last years if you laminate which prevents them from curling. So initially it takes a little time to make these but you won’t have to redo them every year.
Here are other table numbers you might like : )
Table Numbers - Stitched Flowers
Table Numbers - Dots
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