Original DIY Watercolor Wash Place Cards

Original DIY Watercolor Wash Place Cards
For realizing this project you will need almost 8 hours and a lot of patience. But the result is worth it! The supplies are 90 3.5×6-inch pieces of heavy watercolor paper cut, pan of assorted watercolors, 1 tbsp acrylic paint in an accent color for splattering, 2 tbsp table salt, ink, watercolor or gouache of your... 
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Charming DIY Felt Rose Napkin Rings To Make

Charming DIY Felt Rose Napkin Rings To Make
Obviously, a wedding day is a special day for mainly two people. However, it’s a blessing to have all of your friends and family around to celebrate this important moment of your lives. It’s not that hard to make your guests feel appreciated. Even the well-thought napkin rings can put a smile on their faces.... 
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Simple Yet Very Pretty DIY Twine Wrapped Cutlery

Simple Yet Very Pretty DIY Twine Wrapped Cutlery
There’re thousands of ways of using yarn or twine in your wedding décor. In today’s tutorial we share with you an idea of the twine wrapped cutlery. It’s a simple yet an effective way to add a sweet touch to your table settings. It’s perfect whether for a small, intimate, DIY wedding or a bridesmaid’s... 
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Easy DIY Rustic Place Setting With A Sprig

Easy DIY Rustic Place Setting With A Sprig
Rustic weddings are very popular because they are cozy and warm, and suitable for almost any season. You’ll need white or ivory napkins, jute twine, shipping tags, a black marker, a sprig of your choice. The tutorial is extremely easy: fold napkin into a rectangle and write guest’s name on luggage tag with marker. Thread... 
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Glam And Cool DIY Origami Diamond Napkin Ring

Glam And Cool DIY Origami Diamond Napkin Ring
For a trendy and modern geometric wedding these origami napkin rings would be just perfect! They’re quite simple to make but look really glam and chic. The materials that you’ll need are gold glitter paper, scissors, white piece of paper and glue. To make the diamond do this: fold your paper diagonally and crease, cut... 
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