This guest post is from Jessica at ZakkaLife, one of our absolute favorite craft blogs.

Most of the time inspiration comes from my surroundings. And with my recent trip to Mammoth Lakes, Ca this was no exception. I knew right away I wanted to create a craft that reflected all the nature around me. That’s basically how I came up with the idea for the rock place card holders. This is a simple project that just about anyone can do. Directions below.

Supplies:

polished flat accent rocks – you can find these in the floral section of craft stores

Amazing EcoGlue – this glue is specifically made to glue items like stone

Directions

Choose two flat rocks similar in size and glue them together in the center of the rocks. Make sure they can stand up on their own easily. You might have to move the rocks around while their glued together to obtain balance. The glue doesn’t dry instantly so you’ll have plenty of time to work with them. Let dry for at least 3 hours to set.

After the rocks are set, place a name card between the two rocks (refer to picture). Done.

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