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Martha Stewart + Cricut® Arrow Seating Chart

Point guests in the right direction with this unique seating chart made from paper arrows and cord. Arrange them in the shape of a heart or your last name initial and customize the color palette to your wedding theme.

Design Space Arrow Seating Chart

Photography: Courtesy of Cricut

Source: Cricut


Go ahead and tell your event designer that you'll handle the seating chart—thanks to your Explore Air 2 Cricut Martha Stewart Wedding Edition, bringing this arrow-and-string reception element to life just became an in-house job. All you'll need? Our ready-to-make kit covers most of your bases, but make sure you have white paint, painter's tape, white panel nails, scissors, a hammer, and white cord on hand, too.


  • Adhesive for Paper 

  • Smooth Plywood or Lauan Board, 2' x 2' (61 cm x 61 cm), 1/2" tick (1.3 cm) 

  • Paint, White

  • Painter's Tape 

  • Panel Nails, White, 1"

  • Pen, White 

  • Scissors 

  • Hammer 

  • White Cord


  1. Follow the project link to Design Space®. If you want to alter the project, click "Customize," and then use the tools in the Edit panel to make changes. Click "Continue" or "Make It."

  2. Paint the board white and allow to dry.

  3. To cut, follow the prompts in Design Space® to cut the images from the cardstock.

  4. Insert your scoring tool when prompted. 

  5. To assemble, write names of guests and table numbers on paper arrows while using white pen.

  6. Fold the 2' x 2' (61 cm x 61 cm) paper in two, draw half of a heart against the crease, and cut it out.

  7. Mark the perimeter of the paper heart with dots about 1" (2.5 cm) apart as a guide for the nails.

  8. When paint is dry, use painter's tape to tape the paper heart template to board.

  9. Hammer nails into marks on paper to create heart shape. Remove the paper template.

  10. Tie one end of the twine around one nail. Wrap the twine in a random pattern back and forth around all the nails, and tie the end to secure.

  11. Arrange paper arrows in alphabetical order on top of string heart.

  12. Tuck ends of each arrow under string to hold in place.

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