Die Cut Jersey Place Cards

These place cards were cut in the shape of soccer jerseys, with each name and table number showing the guests their seating.

A hazard of printing all the way to the cutting edge on coated card stock is powdered toner flaking off. A nice way to pick up all the toner is to wrap packaging tape around your hand with the sticky side out. Gently skim the surface of your paper, picking up the toner before it has a chance to coat the adhesive mat of your die cutter, thereby ruining future adhesion. Note to self: leave a white margin next time!

Download a free compressed Zip file to make your own (PDF, SVG, DXF).


5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Rebecca Udell
    Jan 14, 2011 @ 09:32:55

    I was interested in knowing more about your jersey seating cards. I am an event planner on Long Island in New York and am planning a soccer themed Bat Mitzvah. I would love to know the cost and how exactly these get put together. Thank you so much.


  2. Margherita Terrone
    Jan 26, 2011 @ 04:22:32


    Im from montreal canada, and im making stationery for a family memeber and he requested just this.


    how can i get these done?


    • Cee
      Jan 26, 2011 @ 09:00:05

      Hi Margherita, I’ve saved a large JPG file just for him. You can import into MS Word and type the info on top, color it white, and cut out by hand. Let me know how it turns out 😀


  3. Joanne
    Feb 01, 2012 @ 09:46:14

    Hi there, do you have Juventus place cards (like the AC Milan ones)? Thanks,


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