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    By: Chelsea Fuss   Consider making these adorable little boxes filled with gingerbread cookies for your holiday wedding. It's an inexpensive and festive option for a winter wedding.     Materials: 4" gift boxes kraft paper one bundle of greens (we used oregonia) string (waxed white string looks the best) parchment paper homemade gingerbread cookies round brown Avery labels We used #22808   Stack about 5 cookies and tie them with white string.     Line the boxes with parchment paper, place the cookies inside, and cover with parchment.     Write names on labels. Include table numbers too if you want double these for escort cards.     Wrap the boxes in kraft paper, sealing them with the sticker label. Tie up with string.     Add a sprig of greens!     Leave a box on each place setting or stack them up on a table for your guests to unwrap & enjoy!      
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  • Project & Photos By: Jennifer Kirk

    These test tube vases are a pretty and clever way to give thanks to your guests! 

    You Will Need: 1 1/4" wooden blocks, fine sanding block or sand paper, wood stain, cloth (2) or sponge brush for staining, 15 x 85 mm test tubes, pencil, glue gun, power drill, vice clamps + workbench, small 1/4" drillbit, large 5/8" drillbit, protective goggles

    Step One: In pencil, lightly make an X on one side of a wooden block. Clamp down your block (I highly recommend a vice clamp which would be much sturdier than a single clamp) and in the center of the X, drill a small starter hole about halfway deep into the block (make sure to wear protective goggles).

    Step Two: Switch out small drillbit for larger 5/8" one. Drill into the block about halfway to two thirds deep.

    Step Three: Lightly sand any rough areas, then rub in a wood stain with a cloth or sponge brush. Let stain sit anywhere from 5-15 minutes (longer if you want a deeper color) then wipe off with a clean cloth. Let dry overnight.

    Step Four: Once the block is dry, apply a dab of hot glue to the bottom of a test tube. Insert into the block and hold upright for a few seconds. 

    Step Five: As the glue is setting, spin the block to make sure the test tube is mostly at a 90 degree angle. 

    Step Six: Fill the test tube half way full of water and add a budding flower bloom. 

    Step Seven: To finish it off, tie a small card with each guest's name and table number to the vase.  

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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff

    Treat your guests to a delicious before-dinner snack — that almost looks to pretty to eat — with these stacked message macaron place cards.

    Materials:

    macarons rubber alphabet stamps glue dots transparent mini envelopes card stock pencil or pen edible ink marker bamboo skewers

    How To:

    Note: Before you get started, make sure your stamps are brand new or completely clean of any ink from previous uses. 
    1. First, decide on a message that you would like each place card to say, whether it’s just a message of love, a monogram, wedding date, etc. Then ink your first stamp letter, by running the edible ink marker over the letter thoroughly.

    2. Next, turn the stamp over and stamp directly onto the first macaron.

    3. Repeat the inking process from step one and step two until the word or message is complete.

    4. Set macarons aside and cut out small pieces of card stock that will fit inside the tiny translucent envelopes. Write each guests name on the card stock before tucking it into the envelope. Fill the envelope with a little bit of glitter if desired. Or write a message on the back of each piece of card stock to each guest.

    5. Next, using glue dots, attach the envelopes to bamboo skewers, making sure the pointy end is facing downward (away from the envelope).

    6. Then, pierce a small stack of finished macarons with the bamboo skewer and add to place setting.

    This would be a great escort card idea as well. And guests are sure to love the delicious treat before the reception starts.

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  • It’s a classic image – a lovely little flower girl tossing petals down the aisle. However, some venues do not allow the tossing of petals (it can be a bit of a clean-up disaster, after all!), so what’s a flower girl to do? Fortunately, there are several alternatives items that are not only easy to create, but also fun for the little ones to carry during their big moment in the spotlight!

    Pomanders

    These balls of flowers (carnations are popular) feature a ribbon handle for easy carrying. Little ones may also love that they resemble a purse!


    Photo by Cavin Elizabeth Photography

    Wands

    Your little princesses will adore carrying ribbon wands down the aisle – they’re both fun for waving throughout the wedding, and also a nice keepsake to take home!


    Photo by April B Photography

    Bouquets

    Little girls who want to feel like grown-ups will love carrying their own miniature versions of the bridesmaids’ bouquet.


    Photo by Jack Looney Photography

    Garlands

    A garland of greenery is a unique alternative to a floral arrangement, and has a very Old World, vintage-inspired feel.


    Photo by Rebecca Yale Portraits

    Signage

    Your guests will get a kick out of these fun, and often DIY, signs, as your littlest attendants carry them down the aisle.


    Photos by (left to right): Vallentyne Photography, hearts & horseshoes photography

    Find more ideas for your flower girls here »

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  • Project by Janie Medley

    Photos by Alisandra Photography

    Having a wedding during the holiday season? Give a warm welcome to your wedding guests with this festive entryway decor!

    Ingredients:

    Magnolia Leaves Clippings from my Christmas tree — 2 long and 2 short Floral Wire Scissors  Decorative Bow

    How To:

    Making a fresh swag is super easy! Basically, you are putting it together as if you were putting together a bridal bouquet. First start by gathering your longest clippings. Place them together and on top place the 2 shortest clippings. 

    Next place the magnolia leaves on top and secure the bundle with the wire tape.

    Now add the decorative bow and secure it to the swag with the wire tape.

    There you have it! 

    Now hang it on the door of your ceremony or reception space and enjoy the beauty!

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  • 1. Jumbo Jenga 

    Photo by Brio Art by Katie Fears

    This fun game will bring unaquainted guests together. 

    2. A Silhouette Artist 

    Photo courtesy Cut Arts

    A dedicedly classier alternative to caricature illustrations. 

    3. The Shoe Game 

    Photo by Matt Steeves Photography

    Here's how it works: the newlyweds sit back to back and swap one shoe, so that each person is holding a shoe that belongs to them and a shoe that belongs to their new spouse. Someone (likely from the wedding party) asks questions about the couple, and each person holds up the shoe that represents the person that best answers the question. It's a fun way for guests to get to know the couple a little better! 

    4. A Piñata 

    Photo by Nelly Photography

    With the right crowd, adults will love this just as much as the kids! 

    5. Cornhole 

    Photo by A. Blake Photography 

    A classic game option for outdoor receptions. 

    6. Performers 

    Photos by Ely Fair and Tara Swain

    Jugglers, fire dancers, etc. . . whatever your heart desires! 

    7. Live Painting 

    Photo by Melissa Oholendt 

    Older guests will particularly enjoy watching the masterpiece take form, and you'll have a beautiful souvenir from your wedding day! 

    8. Badminton 

    Photo by Matt Edge 

    Another lawn game we love! 

    9. Bocce Ball 

    Photo courtesy Amore Events by Cody, LLC 

    Dedicate an entire section of your outdoor reception to lawn games by including bocce, badmintion, cornhole, and horseshoes.

    10. Hula Hoops

    Photo by Cramer Photo

    Another idea that adult guests might enjoy more than you'd think!

    11. Water Balloons 

    Photos by Katelyn James 

    Offer prizes to young ones for the most balloons popped. 

    12. Croquet

    Photos by 52Forty Photography and Keepsake Memories

    13. Balloon Artist 

    Photos by MeganLPhoto and Felicie Events 

    A fun way to keep kids (and kids-at-heart) entertained. 

    NEXT: LAWN GAME DECOR >>

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  • Photo: This Modern Romance 

    Photo booths are all the rage at weddings, and why not? They keep your guests entertained! Here's our step-by-step guide to make your own. 

    Materials Needed:

    Digital point-and-shoot camera Camera tripod  Remote shutter release  Backdrop Props 

    The Camera - Place a digital point-and-shoot camera on top of an extended tripod at eye level, tunr on the flash (unless you're having a spotlight) and connect a remote shutter release so guests can take their own photos. As backup, have polaroid cameras on standby. 

    Photos (from left to right): This Modern Romance and Anjuli 

    The Backdrop - Pick a colored or patterned piece of fabric that you can hang. If you're having an indoor wedding, pin it to a wall, or if you're having an outdoor wedding hang from curtain rods, secure with rope, and nail into the ground. 

    Photos (from left to right): Shelly Kroeger Photography and Birds of a Feather

    The Props - Go on a scavenger hunt! Look for props in your own home (like scarves, hats, glasses, frames). or make your own from paper (lips, mustaches, ties). Even provide chalkboards or dry erase boards for guests to write messages on. 

    Photo: This Modern Romance 

    The Location - Choose an area that doesn't obstruct the flow of the reception, but is still easily accessible. If you're having an indoor reception, consider a hallway or corner of the ballroom, or if you're having an outdoor wedding, consider next to the DJ that way guests can pose to the beat. 

    Photo: This Modern Romance

    The Extras - After the wedding is all said and done, you're back from your honeymoon, and all the gifts are unwrapped and put away, go through the camera's SD card and save the ones you'd like to put into a scrapbook. Those memories will last a lifetime! 

     

     

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  • Photos By: Olivia Kanaley

    For this project you will need fabric - we used chiffon and tulle. Yardage needed will vary based on the number and size of flowers, as well as the fabric thickness. You'll also need a piece of paper, a pen, scissors, pins, needle and thread, glass seed beads, and a plain hair clip or comb.

      To make a stencil first free hand a rose petal shape and cut out. Then retrace it five times on a larger sheet of paper to create a full flower shape. This will help you get an even pattern. Cut out pattern.     Take some fabric and fold it into a square a little larger than your flower pattern. Pin the pattern to fabric and carefully cut out. Repeat this process until you have enough layers to make a full flower - the number of layers will vary depending on the weight of your fabrics and the size of your flower. The example shown here uses 26 layers.     Stack flower cut outs, alternating fabric types and staggering petals. Use a needle and thread to secure them together at the center.     Pinch together the center of the flower (from the bottom) and secure with stitches to create volume and give the flower and authentic shape.     If desired you can sew decorative beads in the inside center of the flower.     Finally, sew the flower to a hair clip or comb.     You can also create a tie-on corsage or sash, by sewing one or more flowers to a length of silk ribbon.

     

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    Photos by i am baker     Amanda from i am baker shares her gorgeous rose cake secrets with us - which all starts with whatever type of cake you desire and lots of buttercream frosting.     Put your 1M tip (or any large open star tip) into the pastry bag then fill it up with buttercream frosting. Note: You will need lots of frosting for this one!     To make your rose, start in the center, then slowly move your tip in a circle around the center point. Amanda wanted a single rose to span the side of the cake so she looped around my center point twice. Try to end in the same place each time.     Have FUN with it! Those roses are so forgiving. But if you find that you really dislike how they are turning out, just scrape them off and start over!     Go all the way around the cake and complete with one last rose.     Put your cake in the fridge after you are done with decorating to help them set up and retain their shape.   This fancy rose cake has a vertical layer interior.     Amanda from i am baker actually made two separate cakes and assembled them into the vertical layer pattern.     Bellisimo!     Save a piece for us, please.    
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    By: Danyelle Mathews   Your wedding is a special day for you and your closest friends. Why not put a bit of extra thought into how you ask your besties to be your bridesmaids?     Materials: wool felt small embroidery hoop thread  needle pencil scissors glue gun glue stick

    Step One Place the felt into the embroidery hoop and begin stitching. You can freehand the lettering, just use a lightly colored pencil to write out your message onto the felt. The thread will cover it when you're finished.     Step Two Tie off any loose thread ends on the back     Step Three Trim the felt, leaving about 1/2" around the diameter of the embroidery hoop.     Step Four Using your glue gun, secure the excess felt to the inside of the hoop.       Step Five Package up the completed project in a box with a simple "will you..." tag attached to the front.     Not only will your friends appreciate your thoughtfulness, they'll treasure the special handmade memento.  
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    By: Chelsea Fuss   Consider making these adorable little boxes filled with gingerbread cookies for your holiday wedding. It's an inexpensive and festive option for a winter wedding.     Materials: 4" gift boxes kraft paper one bundle of greens (we used oregonia) string (waxed white string looks the best) parchment paper homemade gingerbread cookies round brown Avery labels We used #22808   Stack about 5 cookies and tie them with white string.     Line the boxes with parchment paper, place the cookies inside, and cover with parchment.     Write names on labels. Include table numbers too if you want double these for escort cards.     Wrap the boxes in kraft paper, sealing them with the sticker label. Tie up with string.     Add a sprig of greens!     Leave a box on each place setting or stack them up on a table for your guests to unwrap & enjoy!      
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  • Project & Photos By: Jennifer Kirk

    These test tube vases are a pretty and clever way to give thanks to your guests! 

    You Will Need: 1 1/4" wooden blocks, fine sanding block or sand paper, wood stain, cloth (2) or sponge brush for staining, 15 x 85 mm test tubes, pencil, glue gun, power drill, vice clamps + workbench, small 1/4" drillbit, large 5/8" drillbit, protective goggles

    Step One: In pencil, lightly make an X on one side of a wooden block. Clamp down your block (I highly recommend a vice clamp which would be much sturdier than a single clamp) and in the center of the X, drill a small starter hole about halfway deep into the block (make sure to wear protective goggles).

    Step Two: Switch out small drillbit for larger 5/8" one. Drill into the block about halfway to two thirds deep.

    Step Three: Lightly sand any rough areas, then rub in a wood stain with a cloth or sponge brush. Let stain sit anywhere from 5-15 minutes (longer if you want a deeper color) then wipe off with a clean cloth. Let dry overnight.

    Step Four: Once the block is dry, apply a dab of hot glue to the bottom of a test tube. Insert into the block and hold upright for a few seconds. 

    Step Five: As the glue is setting, spin the block to make sure the test tube is mostly at a 90 degree angle. 

    Step Six: Fill the test tube half way full of water and add a budding flower bloom. 

    Step Seven: To finish it off, tie a small card with each guest's name and table number to the vase.  

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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff

    Treat your guests to a delicious before-dinner snack — that almost looks to pretty to eat — with these stacked message macaron place cards.

    Materials:

    macarons rubber alphabet stamps glue dots transparent mini envelopes card stock pencil or pen edible ink marker bamboo skewers

    How To:

    Note: Before you get started, make sure your stamps are brand new or completely clean of any ink from previous uses. 
    1. First, decide on a message that you would like each place card to say, whether it’s just a message of love, a monogram, wedding date, etc. Then ink your first stamp letter, by running the edible ink marker over the letter thoroughly.

    2. Next, turn the stamp over and stamp directly onto the first macaron.

    3. Repeat the inking process from step one and step two until the word or message is complete.

    4. Set macarons aside and cut out small pieces of card stock that will fit inside the tiny translucent envelopes. Write each guests name on the card stock before tucking it into the envelope. Fill the envelope with a little bit of glitter if desired. Or write a message on the back of each piece of card stock to each guest.

    5. Next, using glue dots, attach the envelopes to bamboo skewers, making sure the pointy end is facing downward (away from the envelope).

    6. Then, pierce a small stack of finished macarons with the bamboo skewer and add to place setting.

    This would be a great escort card idea as well. And guests are sure to love the delicious treat before the reception starts.

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  • It’s a classic image – a lovely little flower girl tossing petals down the aisle. However, some venues do not allow the tossing of petals (it can be a bit of a clean-up disaster, after all!), so what’s a flower girl to do? Fortunately, there are several alternatives items that are not only easy to create, but also fun for the little ones to carry during their big moment in the spotlight!

    Pomanders

    These balls of flowers (carnations are popular) feature a ribbon handle for easy carrying. Little ones may also love that they resemble a purse!


    Photo by Cavin Elizabeth Photography

    Wands

    Your little princesses will adore carrying ribbon wands down the aisle – they’re both fun for waving throughout the wedding, and also a nice keepsake to take home!


    Photo by April B Photography

    Bouquets

    Little girls who want to feel like grown-ups will love carrying their own miniature versions of the bridesmaids’ bouquet.


    Photo by Jack Looney Photography

    Garlands

    A garland of greenery is a unique alternative to a floral arrangement, and has a very Old World, vintage-inspired feel.


    Photo by Rebecca Yale Portraits

    Signage

    Your guests will get a kick out of these fun, and often DIY, signs, as your littlest attendants carry them down the aisle.


    Photos by (left to right): Vallentyne Photography, hearts & horseshoes photography

    Find more ideas for your flower girls here »

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  • Project by Janie Medley

    Photos by Alisandra Photography

    Having a wedding during the holiday season? Give a warm welcome to your wedding guests with this festive entryway decor!

    Ingredients:

    Magnolia Leaves Clippings from my Christmas tree — 2 long and 2 short Floral Wire Scissors  Decorative Bow

    How To:

    Making a fresh swag is super easy! Basically, you are putting it together as if you were putting together a bridal bouquet. First start by gathering your longest clippings. Place them together and on top place the 2 shortest clippings. 

    Next place the magnolia leaves on top and secure the bundle with the wire tape.

    Now add the decorative bow and secure it to the swag with the wire tape.

    There you have it! 

    Now hang it on the door of your ceremony or reception space and enjoy the beauty!

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  • 1. Jumbo Jenga 

    Photo by Brio Art by Katie Fears

    This fun game will bring unaquainted guests together. 

    2. A Silhouette Artist 

    Photo courtesy Cut Arts

    A dedicedly classier alternative to caricature illustrations. 

    3. The Shoe Game 

    Photo by Matt Steeves Photography

    Here's how it works: the newlyweds sit back to back and swap one shoe, so that each person is holding a shoe that belongs to them and a shoe that belongs to their new spouse. Someone (likely from the wedding party) asks questions about the couple, and each person holds up the shoe that represents the person that best answers the question. It's a fun way for guests to get to know the couple a little better! 

    4. A Piñata 

    Photo by Nelly Photography

    With the right crowd, adults will love this just as much as the kids! 

    5. Cornhole 

    Photo by A. Blake Photography 

    A classic game option for outdoor receptions. 

    6. Performers 

    Photos by Ely Fair and Tara Swain

    Jugglers, fire dancers, etc. . . whatever your heart desires! 

    7. Live Painting 

    Photo by Melissa Oholendt 

    Older guests will particularly enjoy watching the masterpiece take form, and you'll have a beautiful souvenir from your wedding day! 

    8. Badminton 

    Photo by Matt Edge 

    Another lawn game we love! 

    9. Bocce Ball 

    Photo courtesy Amore Events by Cody, LLC 

    Dedicate an entire section of your outdoor reception to lawn games by including bocce, badmintion, cornhole, and horseshoes.

    10. Hula Hoops

    Photo by Cramer Photo

    Another idea that adult guests might enjoy more than you'd think!

    11. Water Balloons 

    Photos by Katelyn James 

    Offer prizes to young ones for the most balloons popped. 

    12. Croquet

    Photos by 52Forty Photography and Keepsake Memories

    13. Balloon Artist 

    Photos by MeganLPhoto and Felicie Events 

    A fun way to keep kids (and kids-at-heart) entertained. 

    NEXT: LAWN GAME DECOR >>

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  • Photo: This Modern Romance 

    Photo booths are all the rage at weddings, and why not? They keep your guests entertained! Here's our step-by-step guide to make your own. 

    Materials Needed:

    Digital point-and-shoot camera Camera tripod  Remote shutter release  Backdrop Props 

    The Camera - Place a digital point-and-shoot camera on top of an extended tripod at eye level, tunr on the flash (unless you're having a spotlight) and connect a remote shutter release so guests can take their own photos. As backup, have polaroid cameras on standby. 

    Photos (from left to right): This Modern Romance and Anjuli 

    The Backdrop - Pick a colored or patterned piece of fabric that you can hang. If you're having an indoor wedding, pin it to a wall, or if you're having an outdoor wedding hang from curtain rods, secure with rope, and nail into the ground. 

    Photos (from left to right): Shelly Kroeger Photography and Birds of a Feather

    The Props - Go on a scavenger hunt! Look for props in your own home (like scarves, hats, glasses, frames). or make your own from paper (lips, mustaches, ties). Even provide chalkboards or dry erase boards for guests to write messages on. 

    Photo: This Modern Romance 

    The Location - Choose an area that doesn't obstruct the flow of the reception, but is still easily accessible. If you're having an indoor reception, consider a hallway or corner of the ballroom, or if you're having an outdoor wedding, consider next to the DJ that way guests can pose to the beat. 

    Photo: This Modern Romance

    The Extras - After the wedding is all said and done, you're back from your honeymoon, and all the gifts are unwrapped and put away, go through the camera's SD card and save the ones you'd like to put into a scrapbook. Those memories will last a lifetime! 

     

     

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  • Photos By: Olivia Kanaley

    For this project you will need fabric - we used chiffon and tulle. Yardage needed will vary based on the number and size of flowers, as well as the fabric thickness. You'll also need a piece of paper, a pen, scissors, pins, needle and thread, glass seed beads, and a plain hair clip or comb.

      To make a stencil first free hand a rose petal shape and cut out. Then retrace it five times on a larger sheet of paper to create a full flower shape. This will help you get an even pattern. Cut out pattern.     Take some fabric and fold it into a square a little larger than your flower pattern. Pin the pattern to fabric and carefully cut out. Repeat this process until you have enough layers to make a full flower - the number of layers will vary depending on the weight of your fabrics and the size of your flower. The example shown here uses 26 layers.     Stack flower cut outs, alternating fabric types and staggering petals. Use a needle and thread to secure them together at the center.     Pinch together the center of the flower (from the bottom) and secure with stitches to create volume and give the flower and authentic shape.     If desired you can sew decorative beads in the inside center of the flower.     Finally, sew the flower to a hair clip or comb.     You can also create a tie-on corsage or sash, by sewing one or more flowers to a length of silk ribbon.

     

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    Photos by i am baker     Amanda from i am baker shares her gorgeous rose cake secrets with us - which all starts with whatever type of cake you desire and lots of buttercream frosting.     Put your 1M tip (or any large open star tip) into the pastry bag then fill it up with buttercream frosting. Note: You will need lots of frosting for this one!     To make your rose, start in the center, then slowly move your tip in a circle around the center point. Amanda wanted a single rose to span the side of the cake so she looped around my center point twice. Try to end in the same place each time.     Have FUN with it! Those roses are so forgiving. But if you find that you really dislike how they are turning out, just scrape them off and start over!     Go all the way around the cake and complete with one last rose.     Put your cake in the fridge after you are done with decorating to help them set up and retain their shape.   This fancy rose cake has a vertical layer interior.     Amanda from i am baker actually made two separate cakes and assembled them into the vertical layer pattern.     Bellisimo!     Save a piece for us, please.    
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    By: Danyelle Mathews   Your wedding is a special day for you and your closest friends. Why not put a bit of extra thought into how you ask your besties to be your bridesmaids?     Materials: wool felt small embroidery hoop thread  needle pencil scissors glue gun glue stick

    Step One Place the felt into the embroidery hoop and begin stitching. You can freehand the lettering, just use a lightly colored pencil to write out your message onto the felt. The thread will cover it when you're finished.     Step Two Tie off any loose thread ends on the back     Step Three Trim the felt, leaving about 1/2" around the diameter of the embroidery hoop.     Step Four Using your glue gun, secure the excess felt to the inside of the hoop.       Step Five Package up the completed project in a box with a simple "will you..." tag attached to the front.     Not only will your friends appreciate your thoughtfulness, they'll treasure the special handmade memento.  
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