21 DIY Candy Bouquet Tutorials. 2.2K Flares Twitter 5 Facebook 0 Pin It Share 2.2K 2K+ Google+ 2 Filament.io 2.2K Flares × Candy is a universal language which is what makes it the perfect gift for any occasion. I am planning Christmas gifts and birthday gifts early this year and one of the things I’d like to do is make candy bouquets. So I rounded up 21 of the best DIY Candy Bouquet Tutorials that I could find online.
Every candy bouquet is a little different – there are some for Halloween, Valentine’s Day, Christmas, Retirement and of course birthdays. I’ll be making my own candy bouquet later this month, so keep an eye out for that. Have you ever made a candy bouquet for someone? Categories: DIY, Gift Ideas, Holidays. DIY Wedding Ornament - DIY Christmas Crafts. Why buy a generic ornament to mark your first wedded Christmas when you can create one that is truly unique to you? Why buy a generic ornament to mark your first wedded Christmas when you can create one that is truly unique to you? These Wedding Invitation Ornaments from our blogger friend Jen at SomethingTurquoise.com are quick, easy, and inexpensive to make; they'll showcase a couple's love for years to come.
Grab a pair of scissors and start creating some holiday magic! Materials: Wedding invitation Large 4'' globe ornament Your choice of glitter or paint (you can also use both) Ribbon Mod Podge Scissors Paper trimmer Paint brush Option 1: Glitter-Glam Ornament Step 1: Assemble the Paper Strips Gather your invite card, RSVP card, and map card (if you have one). Use the paper trimmer to cut the invitation into thin strips of paper. Next, run the paper strips over your scissors, just like you would to curl a ribbon.
Then, piece by piece, insert each paper strip into your ornament. Eine Box mit Anleitung…. Ganz speziell für Dani. Ich hatte letztes Jahr das Vergnügen mit Dani Macarons zu backen. Es war ein herrlicher Tag. Obwohl wir uns gar nicht kannten, nur von Mails, war mir Dani sofort vertraut und irgendwie so, als würden wir uns ein Leben lang kennen. Dani sitzt gerade an ihrem ersten Backbuch und sie darf gerade tüfteln, was das Zeug hält. Und wie ich schätze, ist sie für jede Art von Verpackung dankbar, die sich zum Verpacken von Leckereien eignet. Liebe Dani, in diese Box passen zwei Muffins! Und das Beste: die Box ist herrlich einfach zu Werkeln. Die Box wird aus einem 12×12 inch Bogen gefertigt. Super einfach und mit vieeeel Platz zum Verschenken… bis später, eure Jenni 2 Klicks für mehr Datenschutz: Erst wenn Sie hier klicken, wird der Button aktiv und Sie können Ihre Empfehlung an Facebook senden.
DIY Wedding Favor Bags With A Twist. There is something brilliantly refined and luxurious about paper which has been sewn on a sewing machine. The string through the paper adds texture and a surprising little detail many people just can’t resist to carefully touch when they see it. I absolutely love these little DIY wedding favor bags. Every time I see them it dazzles me how easy and cheap they are to make! One sheet of 8.5x11" (A4) paper makes two small bags. The bags are perfect for small “light weight” treats like Salt Water Taffies or similar. You can make all your bags well in advance of your wedding and simply store them “open” until the week of the wedding. Firstly cut a piece of 8.5x11" (A4) in half. Image 1: Fold half a 8.5x11" (A5) piece of paper in half without making a hard crease down through the middle. Image 2:Now place the top edge of your paper under your sewing machine's "presser foot".
Image 3:With small stitches sew together the top part of the paper. Download my "Twist Bag" paper designs here: Cosmetic Bag Free.pdf. 30 Creative, Crafty Ways to Store Your Jewelry | ALL FOR FASHION DESIGN. Wednes-diy | Free People Clothing Boutique Blog. UPDATE: This post originally ran on March 23 2011, but with summer winding down we wanted to bring it back up for some late summer inspiration! A fellow fp girl sent this to me a couple weeks back and i’ve been thinking about it ever since! I can think of a million reasons why these would be awesome… as apartment décor, as outdoor party décor, and – wouldn’t they be the best thing EVER for camping in general or at a festival?
Just let them sit in the sun all day, and they’ll last all night! I am absolutely going to make some to bring with me to bonnaroo this year. you can buy a sun jar here, but you can make your own for much cheaper! I am not good with technical things, like putting together a solar power cell, so i found the easy way :) what you need: a mason jar with a clear glass lid like this one from ikea, a solar garden light like the ones pictured above, which i found here, adhesive and glass frosting spray. last image.
Trending on FP.com: 20 brilliant things to make in a jar. Via: mycakies.blogspot.com Start saving your old jam jars! From cakes to herb gardens, pies to photo frames, and even entire meals … here are 20 fantastic things you never knew you could make with a jar. (Above: red velvet cupcakes in a jar. Get the recipe here). Via: fatgirltrappedinaskinnybody.blogspot.com Word on the street: salad in a jar is all the rage. Via: bakerella.com Cookies in a jar – a great gift idea.
Via: rikkihibbert.co.za For a rustic vintage look, display your photos inside glass jars and bottles. Via: goodfoodbreadandmuffins.blogspot.com Chocolate muffin bread cooked in a jar. Via: pizzazzerie.com Super sweet. Via: simplebites.net Bread, cooked in a jar? Via: marthastewart.com A fabulous visual reminder of your favourite holidays. Via: bigredkitchen.com So let’s just cut to the chase – what about making all your meals in a jar?! Via: runwithglitter.blogspot.com There isn’t a child on earth who wouldn’t be wowed by these: rainbow cupcakes baked in a jar. Via: flickr.com.
Mugs. 20 Awesome Do It Yourself Projects. Thursday, June 14, 2012 4:30 am, Posted by Chris Groves | Internet 20 Awesome Do It Yourself Projects Topics: At Home Project Ideas , Creative DIY Home Projects , Do It Yourself Projects for 2012 , Fun How To Projects , What to Do with Extra Stuff Are you bored and have a bunch of extra little items hanging around here and there? Well we were in the same boat so we decided to round up 20 different awesome at home projects you can do. Anything from soda pop cap lids to spoons and more. You honestly don’t know some of the creative things you can do with what could possible be junk. If you know of any great at home Do It Yourself Projects please leave a comment to include your own and maybe we will add it to our list. And for the upcoming holiday season we want to give all you do-it-yourselfers a head start with these incredible Christmas DIY for 2012 1.
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Valentine's. Eat Drink Chic. Dinosaur Birthday Invitations. My little guy is just obsessed with all things dinosaur. So these dinosaur birthday invitations were the perfect idea for an invite to a dino party that none of our friends will ever forget! These egg invites are made using actual eggs! I cleverly rolled up a small invite scroll and tucked it into an actual quail egg that I emptied myself. The recipient must crack the egg open to get to the message. I know, I know... it's almost way over the top! Step One: Start by printing out the box template, as well as the wording for your dinosaur birthday invitations.
The box template can be printed onto just about any paper. I also provided a template for printing out the wording for the box labels and the inside wording insert. Print the templates and use a good paper trimmer or even scissors to carefully trim out the pieces. Step Two: Hand blown eggs! Start by making a small pinhole on both sides of the eggs. Blow into either one of the holes to create a bit of pressure. Ta-da! DIY Wedding Invitations | Paper Source.
If you want to make your own wedding invitations, but aren't sure what's involved or where to begin, we're here to help! We have all the materials and resources you'll need to create beautiful, personal DIY wedding invitations. Below you'll learn more about our extensive collection of paper and envelopes, decorative embellishments, crafting tools, and online resources that will help you through the invitation process. Early in the wedding planning process, make sure to see our Wedding Checklist & Stationery Timeline with an overview of when to do what for all things wedding. Paper & Envelopes Our collection of high quality cover weight cards and envelopes are perfect for invitations. Here are our white papers in order from the lightest/brightest white to the creamiest white (deepest color): If you want to get more familiar with our color palette, order our handy dandy Swatchbook with paper samples of our entire line. Scissors = Keep a pair of sharp scissors on hand for making invitations.
DIY Rustic Wedding - DIY Wedding Ideas, Decorations, Flowers for a Rustic Country Wedding. 16 Alternative Wedding Invitations And Save The Dates. DIY Wedding Favor Bags With A Twist. DIY Planter Box Centerpieces. DIY Archive - Lisa Leonard Designs Blog. You’re going to love this DIY! It’s a really fun holiday project that you can keep up all year! Supplies needed: - wood tree rounds - chalkboard paint (liquid, not spay paint) - paint brushes - paper mache deer (available at most craft stores) - exacto knife / scissors - glue gun - ribbon or fabric strips / tacks or small nails Paint an even layer of chalkboard paint on the wood rounds.
While the paint is drying, it’s time to make the ‘taxidermy’ deer! Once the paint is dried, use a hot glue gun to attach the deer. Cut a strip of fabric to create a loop at the top to hang. We are almost done! They look great on their own or in a grouping of other fun decor! Do you like the faux taxidermy look? Light it up | Garden Wedding Ideas. Lighting Ideas for an Outdoor Wedding. As you may have gathered if you are a regular reader of the blog, I love outdoor weddings! I love everything about them (apart from the British weather) But one of the things I love most is the lighting. (photo source) The lighting in an outdoor wedding can not only form a functional aspect to the day but create a beautiful form of decoration. In the summer months it may not get dark till 10pm but as dusk falls it’s time to get out your tea lights, fairy lights……whatever takes your fancy and add another level of atmosphere to your wedding.
As a wedding planner, one fo my jobs is to light the tealights and make sure all the outdoor lighting is set up. It is important to balance out the functionality of the lighting with the prettiness aspect. (photo source) I have put together some of my favorite ideas for you to hopefully help and inspire you for your own wedding day. Paper Lanterns (photo source) (photo source) Hanging Lanterns (photo source) (photo source) Paper Bag Lights (photo source) Kelly xx. 32 Totally Ingenious Ideas For An Outdoor Wedding. Life As Lou :: Magic Boxes: A Life As Lou Online Class :: January :: 2008.
Due to popular demand, I am doing a tutorial on the Magic Boxes I showed off in some previous posts. To begin, choose your paper. You need six sheets of matching paper (preferably a heavier weight). Choose one for your outside, budgeting for a contrasting one for your lid, and 4 to create the inside boxes. Cut as follows (all measurement are in inches): Outside: 6 x 11 3/4ths Lid: 8.5 x 8.5 4 inner boxes: 8 x 8 The only challenging part of this project is creating the lid and inside compartments. 1. 2. fold the tips of your paper in so that they meet at the center. Fold in all four sides, and then unfold. 3. This fold gives you the sides of your box. 4. I have also colored four triangles. 5. 6. Do the same thing on the other side. 7. Repeat this process on your 8 inch and 8.5 inch papers. Now for the outside. 1. 2. To put the boxes in, first adhere one to the very top right corner, making certain that you are flush with the corner of the outside paper.
Here are a few that I’ve made. Gift box packaging tutorial. For the past few weeks I've been constantly reminded of how I need to throw out the mindset of "I just need this/that before I can do my project", and rather just use what I have. One of my big problems is that I make something as a gift and then usually can't find appropriate packaging. So I've decided to start making my own. It works out WAY cheaper and if I keep it simple it only takes 10min. Here is a basic tutorial so that you can make your own too. First choose and download a free template from Mirkwood designs for the type of box that suites your need then follow the tutorial. The tutorial below is for 'milk box' packaging, template here, but the same technique applies to all the different box shapes. Print straight onto cardboard or trace the template like I did, because the cardboard I had was too big.
Cut it out and with the back of your scissors trace along all the lines that need to be folded. Now fold your box and stick it together. (Korean smiley face) Gift Wrapping Ideas. Last night I was wrapping up my gift for the Cold Hands, Warm Hearts gift swap by Much Love, Illy and SandyALaMode, and I realized something.
I may be "crafty" but I am sort of awful at wrapping presents. I rip the paper when I'm cutting it. I end up with way too much paper, which results in messy folds. Sure, I try to cover up the crumpled edges with pretty strings and fancy things, but I really wish I was capable of the beautiful packages I've seen on Pinterest! Ok, Martha Stewart is getting a little too advanced for me here. :] This is something I would do. Just GORGEOUS! Don't you want to go wrap up some packages all pretty now?