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If you have a small budget for your wedding, one major way to cut expenses is to DIY! Today I’ve rounded up a group of super fun DIY projects that would make for some FABULOUS wedding stationery! 1. Stamped Celery Flowers – These floral stamps made with celery are unbelievable! Who would have thought that this healthy snack could be used to make stationery? Certainly not me! 2. Photo Credit: A Day in My LifePin it 3. Photo Credit: Design SpongePin it 4. Photo Credit: Li’l MagooliePin it 5. Photo Credit: Design SpongePin it 6. Photo Credit: Make Grow GatherPin it 7. 8. Photo Credit: Little Birdie SecretsPin it 9. Photo Credit: MarthaStewart.comPin it 10. Photo Credit: MarthaStewart.comPin it Do you have any ideas for DIY wedding stationery? Related:  Wedding

DIY Glow Jars Tutorial | Intimate Weddings - Small Wedding Blog - DIY... - StumbleUpon Posted on October 19, 2011 by Christina Aren’t these glow jars sublime? They take about two minutes to make and cost only 20 cents a piece. How’s that for an enticing DIY wedding project? These would look amazing at an evening outdoor wedding. If you like this project, check out my DIY ‘glitterarium‘. DIY Glow Jars Tutorial For each glow jar you will need: a jartwo Glow Sticksscissorsrubber glovessafety glasses Disclaimer: This is a project meant to be done by an adult – not a child! Purchase Glow Sticks (I got a pack of 15 for $1.50) and dig a jar out of your cupboard. Grab two glow sticks and cut at one end.

How to Make Paper Pencils (tutorial) | scissors.paper.wok - StumbleUpon I have always wanted to make my own pencils, but the thought of shaping two pieces of wood to allow a piece of lead to sit perfectly inside made me think it wasn’t worth the effort. For some reason I was looking at some pieces of lead I have (for a drafting pencil) and “pop” there it was.. a solution to my DIY longing. Here is a tutorial to make pencils that is so ridiculously easy I’ve made 10 pencils since the idea came to me yesterday! Enjoy. Paper: I recommend using 6″ origami paper. Here’s a video I made so you can watch me make it from start to finish! I have to admit I really enjoyed doing this craft. Hope you’re just as excited about this as I am! leads {here} paper {here} mod podge {here} {If you like pencils, you may also like my toadstool pencil craft!} Share 16K+ Kimanh Hi my name's Kimanh.

DIY | will you be my bridesmaid? » Something Turquoise {daily bridal inspiration} Something Turquoise {daily bridal inspiration} I am in love with today’s DIY. It’s a very special way to ask your besties to be a part of your special day! Don’t just blurt it out… “Will you be my bridesmaid!!??” Pin Start by marking lines on the top of your box to create guides for stamping. Since our stamping is aligned at the right, I started stamping from the right side; or backwards. If your box top is like mine, it might sag a little towards the middle… make sure you apply even pressure with your stamp. I always like to test out each stamp along the way… check twice and stamp once. Keep stamping until it reads, “Will you be my…”. Since the box had a slight texture to it, I had to fill in some little spots with a fine black marker. When your ink is finally dry, carefully erase your guide lines. Now we are going to start wrapping! Now, prepare your tissue paper. Next we will roll the bridesmaid tank over your wrapping paper tube so it will stand up when placed in the box. Next, fold in your tissue paper and tie your ribbon bow.

Honestly WTF Rustic Wedding Ideas This Fort Worth, Texas wedding combines the bride’s passion for all things rustic with her love of peacock feathers. How about those blue peacock wedding shoes? They would have fit in perfectly with our blue wedding shoe round up… don’t you think? Courtney, the bride shares more details about her special day here. All of this Texas wedding goodness captured by Ryan Ray Photography. Ryan Ray is one of our exclusive The Hand-Picked Vendors. Photographer: Ryan Ray PhotographyVenue: The Stonegate Mansion, Fort Worth, Texas Hair: Dalton Salon Cake/Desserts: Zen Baking Company Caterer: H3 Ranch Dress Designer: EnzoaniFloral Design: DIRT Design Studio Groom’s Attire: Jos.

DIY Ruffle Garland Hi sweets! It’s Jenny from Hank + Hunt and I am really excited about this DIY today…I’ve been meaning to share it with you. As you may know, the first thing I started selling in my shop were ruffled fabric garlands. I like them because they are pretty and girly and sometimes as a mom of two boys, you really need something feminine. But what I love most is that I can touch them and they will be around as long as my memories will. Make these for your wedding, use them for your mini munchkin’s first birthday, Sweet 16 and your 25th Anniversary. Supplies: 4 yards of fabric Rotary cutter Pinking shears Thread and needle Sewing machine Twill tape or ribbon Wash, dry and iron the fabric. Thread the needle with a 2 yard length of thread, doubling over so you have a total length of 36”. Gently gather, and repeat. Once you have the length of garland you need, tie off the thread in a knot to hold the gather. Now, for the sewing machine part. Cut two pieces of twill tape about a yard each. 1.

Make your own paper bead jewellery - Better Homes & Gardens Magazine - Yahoo!7 Lifestyle - StumbleUpon Most of us have a little stash of leftover decorative papers from projects and parties. But before you put your scraps in the recycling bin, take a look at what you can do with them. These colourful beads can be made from any paper – junk mail, magazine pages, used giftwrap or leftover stationery papers – and they’re so easy, you and the kids can whip them up by the dozen. Paper beads Gather your supplies Paper; ruler and pencil; scissors; wooden skewers; glue stick; disposable plates or plastic container; gloss spray varnish; leather cord, for stringing; necklace findings (2 silver leather clamps, 2 jump rings and a clasp per necklace); needle-nose pliers Note: For a triple-string necklace, make sufficient beads for 3 strands of beads. Here’s how Step 1 Use Bead templates to choose the shape of your paper strips. Step 2 When you have cut a number of strips, you can start to roll your beads. Step 3 Continue to roll beads this way until you have covered most of the skewer.

Easy DIY Wedding Programs Tutorial Posted on April 27, 2009 by Christina By Amanda Colyer For our DIY Wedding programs, I wanted to keep it simple and inexpensive, but still provide my guests with some entertainment. Materials for DIY Wedding Programs: - A2 sized folded cards (or card stock cut to size and folded) - Golf pencils , pre-drilled with holes wide enough for ribbon to pass through - Popsicle sticks , also pre-drilled - Scissors - Needle with a large eye - Corner Rounder Punch - Thin ribbon - Double Sided Tape Note: A2 is a great size because there’s room for content, but they’re not so big that they’re floppy. Designing my programs was a snap with Microsoft Word. I had tons of ideas for games that I ran out of time to use. Once you’ve designed your programs (making sure to fit the card dimensions), print the front and back onto the outside of the cards. and had no problems. To start assembling, open up a card and put double stick tape on three sides. Close the card, pressing to seal the edges. Our guests loved them!

Circle Zip Earbud Pouch Tutorial - Dog Under My Desk I use a little zippered pouch to carry around my earbuds since they are the fancy microphone ones and I don’t want them to break or get tangled. Some of you have commented that you are looking for some small, simple gift ideas. This is definitely simple to make, and a little more fun than the typical rectangular zippered pouch! UPDATE: I have completely re-written this tutorial with twice as many bright, clear photos and more detailed instructions and it is available as a pattern in my pattern shop. First, download the pattern template HERE. Cut from main fabric: 1 circle 2 half circles 1 tab Cut from lining fabric: 1 circle 2 half circles Cut from batting (or medium weight interfacing, if you prefer): 1 circle 2 half circles You will also need a 1″ wide nylon 5″ or longer zipper. Place one lining half circle right side up and place the zipper right side up on top. Place a main fabric half circle wrong side up (right side together with the zipper). Sew with a 1/4″ seam allowance.

10 ways to do something blue& - wedding blog - Girly Wedding - StumbleUpon 10 ways to do 'something blue' If you've been wondering how to incorporate your something blue here are 10 ways to rock the blue. 1. Jewelry is always a good way to add any color to an outfit. Especially if it is a pretty ring with a pretty blue stone like this one. something blue- blue ring source Lost & Fawned 2. something blue- blue sparkly nails source Louboutins3. something blue- blue bow- blue garter source garter girl 4.Feeling blue why not dress the bridesmaids in it? something blue- blue bridesmaid dresses by Gypsy Tree Photography 5.An easy blue is to add blue flowers to your bouquet. something blue- blue wedding flowers by Lifestyle Fotographie 6.Something a little more subtle is to add blue under the dress... crinoline..undies.. and other lady undergarments. something blue- blue crinoline source emmaline bride 7.Blue shoes are very in! something blue- blue suede shoes by Laura Murray 8.Really want to make a statement? something blue - blue signatures source the knot

Harry Potter Wedding Theme - Harry Potter Weddings | Wedding Planning, Ideas & Etiquette | Bridal Guide Magazine Two incredible weddings featuring Harry Potter elements. We're obsessed with these two amazing Hogwarts-inspired weddings! Pulling off a theme wedding is difficult — especially when it comes to Harry Potter. There's a fine line between classy and looking like an 8-year-old's birthday party. Christine and Andy's Wedding The first, courtesy of Geoff White Photographers, features a couple that actually met because of Harry Potter! Spectra and Sawyer's Wedding Photographed by Erin Johnson Photography, Spectra and Sawyer's wedding featured a Honeydukes candy buffet, butterbeer, and of course more magic wands. Tell us: Would you throw a Harry Potter-inspired wedding? See more photos of awe-inspiring real weddings here! More from Bridal Guide: ► Search for the Perfect Wedding Gown ► Twilight Wedding Ideas ► Zombie Invades Engagement Photos ► Barbie and Ken Tie the Knot! —Kristen O'Gorman Klein

21 Paint Chip Craft Ideas | The New Home Ec By craftyamy | I have a stack of paint chips from various projects over the years. They always seem to go into a drawer – because they are so colorful that I don’t want to throw them away. Do you also have said stack of paint chips? Then you need some project ideas, because you shouldn’t let those swatches of color go to waste. nggallery id=’125493′ Pretty Meets Practical Cut up chips and put them under glass to accent your table. Visit the post at Atypical Type A Whole Lotta Love All you need are stamps to make a cute message. Read more about this project at Grace and Ivy Write It Down Proper folding and stapling make a fun notepad. Learn how to make it at Whimsy Love Time Flies Paint chips, paper and glue are all you need for this calendar. See the step-by-step at Hey Things Change Deck the Wall Simply cut paint chips into triangles and frame. Learn how Jess did it at How About Orange Make a Note You only need a few paint chips to create these cheery greetings. Find the full tutorial at Chica and Jo

DIY Bridesmaids Cards | DIY Wedding Blog I love the idea of formally asking those whom you would like to be in your bridal party. I sent out a cards for my own wedding so that inspired me to come up with a cute project to do the same. I adore the paper chain people that we all learned to make in grade school and this project uses that simple concept to introduce your bridesmaids to everyone. Cut out the shape of the dress you plan on using in the color you desire and personalize each person with some paper hair. Enjoy! Anna of Rifle Design Supplies: 1. craft paper (for clothes & hair), 2. paper for bodies, 3. envelopes, 4. ruler, 5. scissors, 6. pencil, eraser & a glue stick Directions: First, be sure that your chain will fit in the envelope you chose. Cut out your rectangle and score the paper vertically between each set of tick marks. On the top of the stack draw the shape of your person. Next, cut out the person shape and open up your masterpiece chain! Resources: Martha Stewart 18″x18″ craft paper

Spring Scrapbook Paper Tree Hello fellow crafters! Tristin and I were invited to be today's featured guest blogger over at Everyday Mom Ideas! We were thrilled with this wonderful opportunity, and wanted to share with the readers over there one of our trees from the collection we're currently doing. This second tree is very similar to the first one. (Since this is a guest post on a different blog, and the concept is similar to the first tree.. Thanks, Julia, for having us on your blog!

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