Last time, we made some cute computer-game styled table “numbers”. But I was afraid they were a bit too confusing, and more than a bit pixelated.
So then I thought, hey, let’s just use actual numbers. But not just any numbers. Useful numbers!
Okay, so maybe they aren’t all that useful. They are different constants, conversions, and other common numbers used in science and engineering. And don’t give me that look, I told you they’d be nerdy.
First, Mr. Sew and I came up with a list of different numbers we’d used in the past. Then he wrote up a little description of what each number was, and I followed it up with a little snippet about the two of us. I printed them out on card stock and cut them into circles.
Next, I took some red card stock and wrapped it in black ribbon, using double stick tape to secure it to the card.
Then I mounted the circular number to the card, wastefully using more double stick tape.
Although they are obviously not as cute as the game-cards, Mr. Sew really likes these. I’m hoping they’ll be a little less confusing for our guests, since it’s still a *number*. We’ll stick these on the table number stands provided by our venue, and hope for the best!
What’s your favorite math/science number?