cut an extra wedding invitation into tiny strips and stuff into a clear glass ornament. perfect way to remember your wedding on your first
Cut an extra wedding invitation into tiny strips and stuff into a clear glass ornament. Its a perfect way to remember your wedding on your
Cut an extra wedding invitation into tiny strips and stuff into a clear glass ornament. love this idea to remember your wedding on your
Cut an extra wedding invitation into strips and stuff it into a clear glass ornament. Perfect way to comemorate your wedding day on your
I love this idea. Take the wedding invitation, cut it into strips, and place it in a glass ball. Christmas tree centered around remembering your wedding.
Ornament with wedding invitation pieces cut-up inside. Perfect for a couple's first Christmas together!
Use an extra wedding invitation to make a memorable Christmas Ornament.
This is so cool! You can actually order an ornament made to look exactly like your house!- great way to remember your first home :)
easy-to-make plaster-cloth spheres. Wrap plaster-cloth strips (from a crafts store) around a balloon, following the directions on the plaster-cloth package. Leave open spaces as you wrap. When dry, remove the balloon and use a crafts knife to cut an opening for inserting the light. Place sphere over an orange or white battery-operated votive. Set your spheres on clear glass cake stands or similar displays.
Remember what your grandmother told you: Always send a thank you card! And what better way to say 'thank you' to the guests who attended your wedding than creating a personalized thank you card to send to them afterward? Just ask your photographer to carve out an extra minute during your wedding day shoot to take a thank you photo-- and don't forget your prop!
for the wedding
ornament - Cut up strips of your wedding invite
A gorgeous keepsake - your wedding portrait on canvas! I love this. Such a great way to remember your day!
DIY "Louisiana Snowman" Christmas Ornament -- All you need is a glass ornament, orange clay for the carrot nose, black clay for the top hat, fabric/ribbon cut into strips for the scarf (fray edges), 2 small twigs for arms, white craft sand & ribbon of your choice to hang the ornament.
Whoa, don't think I would do that to my beautiful wedding dress but that's a different way to preserve it lol .... Turn your wedding dress into an ornament, with your earrings.
Petals from the wedding bouquet, a cork from the wine - Great way to remember your wedding on Christmas!
PVC Christmas tree wall art ~ This unique Christmas Tree creation is a fun way to display leftover Holiday ornaments & trinkets & it's perfect for small spaces (like my tiny apartment!). All you need to create this seasonal masterpiece are different size PVC pipes cut into rings & a reclaimed piece of wood to mount your creation on! ~ LOVE it! ~ ♥
Put a piece of your wedding gown into a necklace to remember always - Or even as a gift for your daughter to wear on her wedding day!
Fabulous way to remember the first year, a Baby's First Christmas portrait would be perfect in this as well!
Put a piece of your wedding gown into a necklace to remember it later (epoxy) - or make for your daughter(s) to wear on their wedding day
Paw Print Ornament! Great way to always remember your pets!
photo printed on vellum and inserted into a glass ornament
DIY: Family Birthday Board- Perfect way to remember your loved ones birthday and decorate your house!
the guest room
This is the quickest and best way to start a fire in adverse conditions. Take a small square of foil, a cotton ball coated with Vaseline and fold the cotton/vaseline soaked ball into the foil in a small square. When you need to start a fire, cut an X in the packet, twist out a small amount of cotton into a wick and strike a spark to it with your StrikeForce striker. Lights first time, every time. It will last up to 10-15 minutes depending on how much vaseline you put in the cotton. Make ...
First Piano lessons for kids - These games and simple exercises are a perfect, playful way to get your child started on the piano!
Antique Horatio Alger Ragged Dick Street Life In New York 1800's Rare Book NR Okay, first of all, Tee hee! Secondly, this would be a great way to use both the bride and groom's monogram on an invitation.