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  • Project By: Victoria Hudgins

    Photos By: Erin Holland

    Rosemary wreath topiaries are a great way to say thank you to your guests. The herb pots will bring a most lovely scent and look to your reception tables and guests will love to take home a little something beautiful and tasty to remember your day with.     Materials: One Mini Terracotta Pot per Guest Bunches of Organic Rosemary Floral Wire Craft Sticks Dirt Scissors   Step One: Collect organic rosemary (grown from your garden or purchased from a florist).     Step Two: Using the floral wire, start by making a small wreath shape with a straight stem, proportional to the size of the pots.     Step Three: Beginning at the bottom of the stem, connect rosemary to the floral wire with small ties of thread. Be sure to cut off any loose ends at the end of each tie. The ties should blend in right under the branches.     Step Three (Cont). Continue all the way around your frame: gathering, bunching, and tying the rosemary.
      Step Four: Fill the pot with soil and slide the completed rosemary wreath into the center. Wet the soil a bit to secure the stem.     Step Five: Adorn small garden sticks (craft sticks) with a thank you and place one in each of the favors.     *Note: This project uses cut rosemary. It will stay fresh for about three days when spritzed with water. Alternatively, you can make the favors longer in advance and present dried rosemary. If you'd like them fresh- they should be made within three days of the event.  
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  • Project and Photos By: Jenny Batt of Hankandhunt.com

    I can’t remember the last time I coated my tree with tinsel, but I had a few boxes lying around. The ends reminded me of tassels and so I decided to give it a try. Who doesn't love a little something quick and easy to give a little sparkle?     Materials: Tinsel (one package = 4 small tassels) Silver embroidery thread Scissors     Take the tinsel out of the box carefully and lay flat. Cut in half.
      Separate with your fingers into four sets, you will be folding each set in half.
      Take a 6 inch length of embroidery thread and tie tightly around the center of each section. Double knot, fluff, and you are done- instant tassel. Note: There are different grades of tinsel, you want the very thin kind, it lets you tie a tighter knot and fluffs better.
      Repeat with remaining tassels. Tie each tassel to a length of embroidery thread to make a garland. Hang. Fluff each tassel as needed.
      A simple little craft for a holiday wedding or just for a fun New Year’s party, this can be made in a few minutes and there was no fringing involved. This garland is perfect for a beginning crafter!     Project and Photos By: Jenny Batt of Hankandhunt.com
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  • Project By: Victoria Hudgins Photos By: Pictilio    A modern décor concept that's easy on the eyes and the budget.     Center your tables with small succulents and air plants for a simple and affordable décor option.     Include various shades of colored sand for a dramatic and modern presentation that your guests are sure to love!   Step One: Use store bought craft sand, or collect sand from a beach (or the hardware store). If using beach sand, be sure to lay out the sand to dry for about a week before beginning the project.     Step Two: Gently wet your sand with a ratio of 1 tablespoon water to 2 cups sand.     Step Three: Separate your sand into bowls, and begin dropping in food coloring to tint the sand. You will need about 10 drops of food coloring for every 2 cups, this can vary depending on the vibrancy of hue you'd like to achieve.     Step Four: Mix the food coloring into the sand until all of the grains are covered.      Step Five: Spread the sand out onto baking dishes and bake at 200 degrees for about 10 minutes (until most of the wetness is gone- leaving just damp sand behind). Remove from oven and let dry out the rest of the way over night.     Step Six: Once dry you can store sand in plastic bags until use.  Glass containers will give the best centerpiece presentation and simple succulents can easily be planted and placed inside.        
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  • A clever way to create an organic, modern ambiance     Project By: Victoria Hudgins Photos By: Pictilio   Make this simple felt garland as a backdrop that will flow throughout your wedding space. The felt gives a substance that can't be achieved with paper and, in long lengths, it will lend an organic, modern ambiance to the event.     Step One Trace a foliage template, or draw one by hand onto pieces of felt and then cut to size.     Step Two Cut a small slit in the top portion of each foliage piece. Thread the bottom stem of a foliage piece through the top slit of another.     Step Three Continue threading to make the garland as long as is needed for your wedding day. Hang in various lengths for a gorgeous textured look.    
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  • Project and Photos By: Jennifer Kirk   Here's an easy and oh-so-chic way to add a little glimmer to your wedding day!   You'll Need:  10 3/4" x 14 3/4" wooden tray from craft store 3/4" wide masking tape Metallic gold leaf sheets Size (adhesive for gold leaf) Foam brush x2 White spray paint Spray gloss laquer (clear) Fine grit sandpaper Paint brush with small, fine tip White acrylic paint Hand-vac or vacuum with hose attachment (to clean up bits of gold leaf as you work)     Step One Lightly sand away any rough spots on tray     Step Two  Spray entire tray white (I didn't bother with the underside). Let dry completely.     Step Three  Starting from the upper right corner of the tray, stretch a piece of masking tape down to about 7 3/4" in from right side.     Step Four Lay down three more strips of tape flush with one another.     Step Five  Remove the third tape strip completely and save, using as a "spacer" to evenly add more masking tape diagonals to the left.     Step Six  When the left side of the tray is completely masked, begin the opposite diagonals on the right side of tray. Each strip must be cut straight at the top and should just touch the perpendicular diagonal.     Step Seven Once the right side is masked, carefully remove the perpendicular diagonal. Burnish the tape with your fingers to make sure each strip is firmly adhered to tray.     Step Eight With a foam brush, apply a thin, uniform layer of size to exposed white stripes. Allow to dry for 30-45 minutes.     Step Nine  Carefully expose a sheet of metallic leaf. With clean, dry hands (the leaf will cling and tear if your hands are wet), gently tear off a small corner piece. Press into the corner of the tray using your fingers and/or a dry foam brush.      Step Ten  It helps to first leaf where the side of the tray and bottom meet. Use the straight edge of a leaf sheet to get a straight, clean line.     Step Eleven For the longer stripes, tear off strips of metal leaf and press down onto the white areas prepared with size. Gently smooth and burnish the metal leaf with your fingertip. If you're like me, you may be a little impatient and want to remove the masking tape as you work. Before you remove the tape, clean up any residual leaf with a vacuum attachment and hose, but be careful not to scratch off any leaf you just applied. Next, very slowly peel off tape, burnishing the metal leaf as you go.     Step Twelve Use a small piece of masking tape to clean up any leaf clinging to the sides of the tray. Tiny pieces of gold leaf may cling to white areas of the tray. Use a bit of white acrylic paint to touch up any wayward leaf. When finished, spray a couple of coats of protective clear laquer.    
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  • Project and Photos By: Caroline Drake   Balloons are so much fun, and they aren't just for birthday parties. You can easily dress up some giant balloons to add some fun to your wedding day! These dramatic, 36-inch round balloons could function as a centerpiece on a table, a marker for directions to the wedding, an addition to your food table, or even a whimsical prop for wedding photos!       Materials Scissors Colored Crepe Paper/gift wrap tissue Ribbon (the length of the ribbon will depend on how tall you want your balloon to float) Giant 36 inch round balloon filled with helium (found at party stores)     Step One Take a sheet of crepe paper and fold it over several times, and cut 3 inch strips.     Step Two Take the scissors and start cutting fringe, but be sure to only cut about an inch up on each side and about 1/4 inch apart. Turn the tissue to the other side, and continue to cut fringe across the other side. Be sure not to cut all the way through to the other side, there should be about an inch of un-cut paper in between the fringe on each side. Open up the folded tissues, and fluff the fringe. Repeat the process until you have several strips of various colors.     Step Three Take your piece of ribbon, and tie it to the end of the blown up balloon, leaving a long piece on one end- the ideal height of the balloon, and several inches on the other end so you can tie the fringe onto the balloon.     Step Four Tie several strips of fringe to the ribbon by the center, top. Allow the fringe to hang down.     Voilá!  Such a unique, and fun way to bring a little whimsey into your wedding décor!    
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  • Photos By: Mary Swenson     A super-affordable (and quite charming) alternative to a large, single centerpiece is a cluster of small containers in the center of your table. For this project, we use plain glass juice glasses, but mini vases and even votive holders can have the same effect. Simply cover the container with decorative paper or fabric, and fill them each with inexpensive flowers, and you've got a pretty centerpiece in no time. Here are some ideas to get you started!     Cheesecloth is available in most grocery stores, and is a very budget-friendly fabric that's perfect to use for your wedding - it's white, soft, and gauzy, and looks so pretty wrapped around our glasses! White affords you the ability to pair it with any color or colors, and we thought that cheery yellow and white tulips would be a happy match.     Wrap patterned fabric around your vessels and pair it with flowers in a contrasting color for a sophisticated look for your table. Even everyday, grocery-store bought flowers like mums look gorgeous when they're clustered tightly with flowers of a similar hue.     If you're using three or more mini-containers, covering each one in a variety of shades from the same color family creates a fabulous look for your table. We kept our flowers white with this arrangement so that our beautiful color palette could take center stage.     Scrapbook paper comes in an endless variety of prints and patterns; choose your favorite complimentary sheets and combine them for a funky, modern look. Fill them with flowers that mimic the colors on the paper.     These centerpiece containers can do double-duty as favors or even table numbers; here, we covered our glasses in kraft paper and used adhesive letters to spell out the table number.  
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  • Project and Photos By: Chelsea Fuss   Hop Vine Centerpiece: Hop is a gorgeous vine for fall decorating. This centerpiece will look best on family style, rectangular tables. A farm table or rustic burlap, linen or muslin tablecloths are perfect for underneath this centerpiece.     Most likely you are familiar with Hops, the small clusters of flowers on these vines, as they are used to brew beer. The vines are gorgeous dried or fresh.     We used approximately eight vines per table, winding them down the center.     Warm Candle Glow: Candles were interspersed and secured in small antique tart tins. Anything with patina looks great for a fall table! Be cautious and use common sense when using candles. Most venues have rules about open flames, be sure and check with your venue coordinator.     Mini White Pumpkins: For coordinating favors, we tied olive green satin ribbons to tiny white pumpkins.     Rustic Autumn Wedding: This décor concept is perfect for the beer-loving couple and couldn't be more festive for a rustic autumn wedding.    
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  • Photos By: Victoria Hudgins   As the evenings warm up and weddings move out of doors, what a dream it is to have that perfectly lit fairytale evening under flickering lights. It can be hard to come by a selection of good looking lantern lights at a nice price. That's where you take matters into your own hands!     You Will Need... White metal craft cording- available in the floral section of most craft stores.  Gauzy fabric (You can also try tulle or cotton) Pliers Glue  Strings of white Christmas lights     Step One: The easiest way to make the lantern is to fashion a simple box out of metal cording, keeping a small entrance at the top for threading the light through.     Step Two: Cut the fabric to size and begin gluing around the box. Cover all four sides of the box and the top if you wish. Or, leave the bottom open for the light to flicker down upon your guests.     Tip: The sides do not need to be perfect, over-wrapping a bit will not be seen once the lights are on, just a gorgeous hazy glow will light the night.     Step Three: Slip the Christmas lights into the openings of the lanterns.     Step Four: Hang them up pretty to add a glow to the space or accent a dessert table.    
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  • Project and Photos By: Victoria Hudgins   Use fresh pears and simple flowers for easy reception centerpieces. Glitter stamp the fruit for a pretty finish and to incorporate meaningful words or monograms into your table décor.     Glitter Stamped Pear Place Settings: These pears would also be a perfect place setting adornment for a long dining table.     DIY Tip: Once stamped, the fruit will only stay good for about three to four days, so be sure to save time for this project (or enlist the help of relatives to finish it off!).     Step One: Sourcing the Fruit For this project, you will need to collect a variety of pears. Contact your local grocer about a month beforehand to ask about what varieties will be in season and what options they have for ordering in bulk. Many will even offer a discount!     Use rubber stamps to indent the fruit. It's best to buy a new stamp set for extra precaution, as guests might help themselves to eating this tasty décor.    A gold dust baking glitter makes the perfect finish for your pears. You can find it available in the cake decorating section of your craft store. It is glittery and edible.         Step Two: Glitter-fying Gently dip the stamp into the baking glitter, tap off any excess, and press firmly into the flesh of the fruit.     DIY Tip: You can easily wipe off any extra glitter with a q-tip or clean finger.  
    Place the glitter stamped pears around your table with pretty flowers and hearty vases for a fresh and textured centerpiece.    
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  • Project By: Victoria Hudgins

    Photos By: Erin Holland

    Rosemary wreath topiaries are a great way to say thank you to your guests. The herb pots will bring a most lovely scent and look to your reception tables and guests will love to take home a little something beautiful and tasty to remember your day with.     Materials: One Mini Terracotta Pot per Guest Bunches of Organic Rosemary Floral Wire Craft Sticks Dirt Scissors   Step One: Collect organic rosemary (grown from your garden or purchased from a florist).     Step Two: Using the floral wire, start by making a small wreath shape with a straight stem, proportional to the size of the pots.     Step Three: Beginning at the bottom of the stem, connect rosemary to the floral wire with small ties of thread. Be sure to cut off any loose ends at the end of each tie. The ties should blend in right under the branches.     Step Three (Cont). Continue all the way around your frame: gathering, bunching, and tying the rosemary.
      Step Four: Fill the pot with soil and slide the completed rosemary wreath into the center. Wet the soil a bit to secure the stem.     Step Five: Adorn small garden sticks (craft sticks) with a thank you and place one in each of the favors.     *Note: This project uses cut rosemary. It will stay fresh for about three days when spritzed with water. Alternatively, you can make the favors longer in advance and present dried rosemary. If you'd like them fresh- they should be made within three days of the event.  
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  • Project and Photos By: Jenny Batt of Hankandhunt.com

    I can’t remember the last time I coated my tree with tinsel, but I had a few boxes lying around. The ends reminded me of tassels and so I decided to give it a try. Who doesn't love a little something quick and easy to give a little sparkle?     Materials: Tinsel (one package = 4 small tassels) Silver embroidery thread Scissors     Take the tinsel out of the box carefully and lay flat. Cut in half.
      Separate with your fingers into four sets, you will be folding each set in half.
      Take a 6 inch length of embroidery thread and tie tightly around the center of each section. Double knot, fluff, and you are done- instant tassel. Note: There are different grades of tinsel, you want the very thin kind, it lets you tie a tighter knot and fluffs better.
      Repeat with remaining tassels. Tie each tassel to a length of embroidery thread to make a garland. Hang. Fluff each tassel as needed.
      A simple little craft for a holiday wedding or just for a fun New Year’s party, this can be made in a few minutes and there was no fringing involved. This garland is perfect for a beginning crafter!     Project and Photos By: Jenny Batt of Hankandhunt.com
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  • Project By: Victoria Hudgins Photos By: Pictilio    A modern décor concept that's easy on the eyes and the budget.     Center your tables with small succulents and air plants for a simple and affordable décor option.     Include various shades of colored sand for a dramatic and modern presentation that your guests are sure to love!   Step One: Use store bought craft sand, or collect sand from a beach (or the hardware store). If using beach sand, be sure to lay out the sand to dry for about a week before beginning the project.     Step Two: Gently wet your sand with a ratio of 1 tablespoon water to 2 cups sand.     Step Three: Separate your sand into bowls, and begin dropping in food coloring to tint the sand. You will need about 10 drops of food coloring for every 2 cups, this can vary depending on the vibrancy of hue you'd like to achieve.     Step Four: Mix the food coloring into the sand until all of the grains are covered.      Step Five: Spread the sand out onto baking dishes and bake at 200 degrees for about 10 minutes (until most of the wetness is gone- leaving just damp sand behind). Remove from oven and let dry out the rest of the way over night.     Step Six: Once dry you can store sand in plastic bags until use.  Glass containers will give the best centerpiece presentation and simple succulents can easily be planted and placed inside.        
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  • A clever way to create an organic, modern ambiance     Project By: Victoria Hudgins Photos By: Pictilio   Make this simple felt garland as a backdrop that will flow throughout your wedding space. The felt gives a substance that can't be achieved with paper and, in long lengths, it will lend an organic, modern ambiance to the event.     Step One Trace a foliage template, or draw one by hand onto pieces of felt and then cut to size.     Step Two Cut a small slit in the top portion of each foliage piece. Thread the bottom stem of a foliage piece through the top slit of another.     Step Three Continue threading to make the garland as long as is needed for your wedding day. Hang in various lengths for a gorgeous textured look.    
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  • Project and Photos By: Jennifer Kirk   Here's an easy and oh-so-chic way to add a little glimmer to your wedding day!   You'll Need:  10 3/4" x 14 3/4" wooden tray from craft store 3/4" wide masking tape Metallic gold leaf sheets Size (adhesive for gold leaf) Foam brush x2 White spray paint Spray gloss laquer (clear) Fine grit sandpaper Paint brush with small, fine tip White acrylic paint Hand-vac or vacuum with hose attachment (to clean up bits of gold leaf as you work)     Step One Lightly sand away any rough spots on tray     Step Two  Spray entire tray white (I didn't bother with the underside). Let dry completely.     Step Three  Starting from the upper right corner of the tray, stretch a piece of masking tape down to about 7 3/4" in from right side.     Step Four Lay down three more strips of tape flush with one another.     Step Five  Remove the third tape strip completely and save, using as a "spacer" to evenly add more masking tape diagonals to the left.     Step Six  When the left side of the tray is completely masked, begin the opposite diagonals on the right side of tray. Each strip must be cut straight at the top and should just touch the perpendicular diagonal.     Step Seven Once the right side is masked, carefully remove the perpendicular diagonal. Burnish the tape with your fingers to make sure each strip is firmly adhered to tray.     Step Eight With a foam brush, apply a thin, uniform layer of size to exposed white stripes. Allow to dry for 30-45 minutes.     Step Nine  Carefully expose a sheet of metallic leaf. With clean, dry hands (the leaf will cling and tear if your hands are wet), gently tear off a small corner piece. Press into the corner of the tray using your fingers and/or a dry foam brush.      Step Ten  It helps to first leaf where the side of the tray and bottom meet. Use the straight edge of a leaf sheet to get a straight, clean line.     Step Eleven For the longer stripes, tear off strips of metal leaf and press down onto the white areas prepared with size. Gently smooth and burnish the metal leaf with your fingertip. If you're like me, you may be a little impatient and want to remove the masking tape as you work. Before you remove the tape, clean up any residual leaf with a vacuum attachment and hose, but be careful not to scratch off any leaf you just applied. Next, very slowly peel off tape, burnishing the metal leaf as you go.     Step Twelve Use a small piece of masking tape to clean up any leaf clinging to the sides of the tray. Tiny pieces of gold leaf may cling to white areas of the tray. Use a bit of white acrylic paint to touch up any wayward leaf. When finished, spray a couple of coats of protective clear laquer.    
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  • Project and Photos By: Caroline Drake   Balloons are so much fun, and they aren't just for birthday parties. You can easily dress up some giant balloons to add some fun to your wedding day! These dramatic, 36-inch round balloons could function as a centerpiece on a table, a marker for directions to the wedding, an addition to your food table, or even a whimsical prop for wedding photos!       Materials Scissors Colored Crepe Paper/gift wrap tissue Ribbon (the length of the ribbon will depend on how tall you want your balloon to float) Giant 36 inch round balloon filled with helium (found at party stores)     Step One Take a sheet of crepe paper and fold it over several times, and cut 3 inch strips.     Step Two Take the scissors and start cutting fringe, but be sure to only cut about an inch up on each side and about 1/4 inch apart. Turn the tissue to the other side, and continue to cut fringe across the other side. Be sure not to cut all the way through to the other side, there should be about an inch of un-cut paper in between the fringe on each side. Open up the folded tissues, and fluff the fringe. Repeat the process until you have several strips of various colors.     Step Three Take your piece of ribbon, and tie it to the end of the blown up balloon, leaving a long piece on one end- the ideal height of the balloon, and several inches on the other end so you can tie the fringe onto the balloon.     Step Four Tie several strips of fringe to the ribbon by the center, top. Allow the fringe to hang down.     Voilá!  Such a unique, and fun way to bring a little whimsey into your wedding décor!    
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  • Photos By: Mary Swenson     A super-affordable (and quite charming) alternative to a large, single centerpiece is a cluster of small containers in the center of your table. For this project, we use plain glass juice glasses, but mini vases and even votive holders can have the same effect. Simply cover the container with decorative paper or fabric, and fill them each with inexpensive flowers, and you've got a pretty centerpiece in no time. Here are some ideas to get you started!     Cheesecloth is available in most grocery stores, and is a very budget-friendly fabric that's perfect to use for your wedding - it's white, soft, and gauzy, and looks so pretty wrapped around our glasses! White affords you the ability to pair it with any color or colors, and we thought that cheery yellow and white tulips would be a happy match.     Wrap patterned fabric around your vessels and pair it with flowers in a contrasting color for a sophisticated look for your table. Even everyday, grocery-store bought flowers like mums look gorgeous when they're clustered tightly with flowers of a similar hue.     If you're using three or more mini-containers, covering each one in a variety of shades from the same color family creates a fabulous look for your table. We kept our flowers white with this arrangement so that our beautiful color palette could take center stage.     Scrapbook paper comes in an endless variety of prints and patterns; choose your favorite complimentary sheets and combine them for a funky, modern look. Fill them with flowers that mimic the colors on the paper.     These centerpiece containers can do double-duty as favors or even table numbers; here, we covered our glasses in kraft paper and used adhesive letters to spell out the table number.  
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  • Project and Photos By: Chelsea Fuss   Hop Vine Centerpiece: Hop is a gorgeous vine for fall decorating. This centerpiece will look best on family style, rectangular tables. A farm table or rustic burlap, linen or muslin tablecloths are perfect for underneath this centerpiece.     Most likely you are familiar with Hops, the small clusters of flowers on these vines, as they are used to brew beer. The vines are gorgeous dried or fresh.     We used approximately eight vines per table, winding them down the center.     Warm Candle Glow: Candles were interspersed and secured in small antique tart tins. Anything with patina looks great for a fall table! Be cautious and use common sense when using candles. Most venues have rules about open flames, be sure and check with your venue coordinator.     Mini White Pumpkins: For coordinating favors, we tied olive green satin ribbons to tiny white pumpkins.     Rustic Autumn Wedding: This décor concept is perfect for the beer-loving couple and couldn't be more festive for a rustic autumn wedding.    
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  • Photos By: Victoria Hudgins   As the evenings warm up and weddings move out of doors, what a dream it is to have that perfectly lit fairytale evening under flickering lights. It can be hard to come by a selection of good looking lantern lights at a nice price. That's where you take matters into your own hands!     You Will Need... White metal craft cording- available in the floral section of most craft stores.  Gauzy fabric (You can also try tulle or cotton) Pliers Glue  Strings of white Christmas lights     Step One: The easiest way to make the lantern is to fashion a simple box out of metal cording, keeping a small entrance at the top for threading the light through.     Step Two: Cut the fabric to size and begin gluing around the box. Cover all four sides of the box and the top if you wish. Or, leave the bottom open for the light to flicker down upon your guests.     Tip: The sides do not need to be perfect, over-wrapping a bit will not be seen once the lights are on, just a gorgeous hazy glow will light the night.     Step Three: Slip the Christmas lights into the openings of the lanterns.     Step Four: Hang them up pretty to add a glow to the space or accent a dessert table.    
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  • Project and Photos By: Victoria Hudgins   Use fresh pears and simple flowers for easy reception centerpieces. Glitter stamp the fruit for a pretty finish and to incorporate meaningful words or monograms into your table décor.     Glitter Stamped Pear Place Settings: These pears would also be a perfect place setting adornment for a long dining table.     DIY Tip: Once stamped, the fruit will only stay good for about three to four days, so be sure to save time for this project (or enlist the help of relatives to finish it off!).     Step One: Sourcing the Fruit For this project, you will need to collect a variety of pears. Contact your local grocer about a month beforehand to ask about what varieties will be in season and what options they have for ordering in bulk. Many will even offer a discount!     Use rubber stamps to indent the fruit. It's best to buy a new stamp set for extra precaution, as guests might help themselves to eating this tasty décor.    A gold dust baking glitter makes the perfect finish for your pears. You can find it available in the cake decorating section of your craft store. It is glittery and edible.         Step Two: Glitter-fying Gently dip the stamp into the baking glitter, tap off any excess, and press firmly into the flesh of the fruit.     DIY Tip: You can easily wipe off any extra glitter with a q-tip or clean finger.  
    Place the glitter stamped pears around your table with pretty flowers and hearty vases for a fresh and textured centerpiece.    
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