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Watercolor 'Will You Be My Bridesmaid?' Cards. If you have been loving the watercolor and ombre trend recently, you are going to LOVE this amazing DIY Sarah is bringing us today!

Watercolor 'Will You Be My Bridesmaid?' Cards

She is sharing a sweet way to ask your bridesmaids if they will stand by your side on your wedding day. This DIY is so adorable and super easy! It is even more awesome because this technique can be applied to so many elements in your wedding (hello, fabulous escort cards and favor tags!) It’s DIY time again, lovely readers! This time I have a super “artsy” project for you! Materials Watercolor paper cut into 9″x6.25″ rectangles, folded into cards(size A6: 4.5″x6.25″), 1 per bridesmaidWatercolor paints (the cheap Crayola one will work just fine!)

Helpful hints: Using a bone folder to fold the paper is very helpful, since watercolor paper tends to be thicker than printer or scrapbooking paper. Step 1: Cut all of the paper (watercolor and scrapbook) to the sizes indicated above. Share: 9 Hacks Every Bra Wearer Needs To Know - 50+ Paper Flower Tutorials & Templates: {Free} Here’s a lovely assortment of paper flowers to make, I’ve organized them in a few sections for easier browsing: Bouquets & Centerpieces, Tissue Paper, Crepe, Origami and the rest under general tutorials.

50+ Paper Flower Tutorials & Templates: {Free}

Many of these have free templates to download and most are surprisingly easy to make! I’ve also compiled a vintage booklet into a pdf tutorial that you can download. It shows step-by-step how to make crepe flowers (includes images). Just click the banner to the right to grab a copy for yourself. Ready to see what’s available from around the net? Stained Glass Style: Made with black construction paper and tissue paper of various colors. Double Fringe: You will need double-sided colored paper, scissors, glue, a ready-made or a do-it-yourself slotted tool, or just a wooden toothpick.

How to make a DIY Ferrero Rocher chocolate flower bouquet for wedding. DIY Wedding A chocolate flower bouquet looks very impressive as home decoration but is just perfect as original gift for every occasion – Mother’s Day, Valentine’s Day or just a special friend.

How to make a DIY Ferrero Rocher chocolate flower bouquet for wedding

These two projects are presenting rose wedding centerpieces but with a little imagination you can easily customize your gift. These fantastic chocolate bouquets don’t require any expensive materials but can make a great impression. Choose chocolates with gold foil like Ferrero Rocher or Chocoladorro and a suitable form. Except that you’ll need: crepe paper (or tissue paper), golden thread, gold paper or cellophane, wood sticks, hot glue gun, scissors and fantasy. Chocolate flower bouquet tutorial. Crepe and Watercolor Flower Tutorial - Craftberry Bush. Happy Monday everyone.

Crepe and Watercolor Flower Tutorial - Craftberry Bush

I hope you had a great weekend! Every once in a while during the cold days of winter, the sun peeks through the clouds and ever so gently glides over every surface, magnifying the beauty of winter. Though winter is beautiful, I still long for the sights of Spring and Summer and the gorgeous flowers that dress our gardens. While you can purchase fresh flowers year round, doing so on a regular basis can be pricey. So I decided to make some pretty blooms that will last a lot longer. As promised, I am sharing how I made these crepe flowers…


Templates. Freebies. Papercraft. DIY. Free Crafts Ebooks. 1 month, 15 projects, 100s of family hours, $0 = Priceless. It has been 31 days since I stepped foot in a Dollar store, home decor store and craft store!

1 month, 15 projects, 100s of family hours, $0 = Priceless

I have not spent a dime on crafts, clothing and home decorating. I am shocked and can't believe it myself! To start I want by thanking everyone for their words of encouragement over the past month; we have read and enjoyed every comment and email. Just a quick reminder tomorrow is the $0 Budget link party and everyone is invited to stop by to share their ideas. When my husband and I gave up spending for the month of March, I never thought I would accomplish what I did.

I will admit it got tough towards the end. Not only did I accomplish so many fun and amazing projects this month, I also got so much done around the house. I cleaned, defrosted and used up so much in my freezer. . #1. . # 2. . #4. . #5. . #6. . #7. . #8. . #9. . #10. My flat screen TV frame is not included in my top 10 but is my absolute favorite for the month.

Remember tomorrow (or late tonight) is the $0 Budget party.