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  • Project by Janie Medley Photos by Tori Watson   This DIY flower crown is perfect for the bohemian bride!       Ingredients:  Seeded Eucalyptus Waxflowers Tansy Flowers + the pretty green leaves Scissors Floral Tape Floral Wire How To:      Once you get the flowers home, give the stems a cut and place in a clean vessel with water to let them hydrate for about an hour or two.   Separate the flowers from the stems and make mini bouquets.       Take the 2 pieces of floral wire and place one piece midway on top of the second piece. Then, cover the wires with the floral tape. Note: to save time, you can also purchase floral cloth wire. This way, you would only have to tape the two pieces together.   Now bend the wired to form a circle and measure the crown around your head and cut off  the excess wire, but leave enough to make adjustments if necessary.     Start adding the mini bouquets of flowers and taping them on with the floral tape. Overlap the bundles of flowers as you add them on. Just have fun with this process and be creative as you like.     There you have it!!  
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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff of Paper & Stitch   Add a little extra pizazz to your wrapped wedding favors, with these DIY clay tags that you can customize any way you would like.     Pick clay colors that match your event's color scheme and personalize the finished tags with your wedding date, a monogram, or a short message of thanks. Your guests will love the thoughtful packaging and special touches to remind them of your big day. Here's how to make your own personalized clay favor tags.     Supplies: Oven Bake Clay in Various Colors Metal Number Stamp Set Circle Cookie Cutter (1 inch) String or Twine Wooden Skewer or Toothpick Scissors Rolling Pin How-To:     1. Start by pinching off equal parts of clay, in two different colors, and mixing them together by continuously pushing them together and then pulling them apart (kind of like taffy). Once you've reached the desired marbling effect, roll the clay into a ball.     2. Next, flatten the ball out, with a rolling pin, making sure the clay maintains the same thickness throughout.     3. Then, cut out a circle from the clay, with a cookie cutter.     4. Now, stamp your wedding date onto the clay circles (or other message) and add a hole at the top of each circle with a wooden skewer.     5. Place the clay pieces into the oven and bake according to instructions on the packaging. Once cooled, add a string.     6. Tie the tags around wrapped favors to present to guests!    
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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff of Paper & Stitch     Make these custom DIY message food trays for a groom's dinner or as a rustic touch for a groom’s dinner or an outdoor wedding. The trays themselves are made from fallen leaves and are very inexpensive (roughly $1 apiece). And they're easier to make than you might think. All you need is a wood burning tool and some alphabet hot stamps to get started.     Materials: Wood burning tool (available on Amazon) Alphabet hot stamps (available on Amazon) Leafware 9x6 platters (available on Amazon)   How To:     1. Start by attaching the first letter of your message, or in this case initials of the bride and groom, to the wood burning tool. The letters very easily just twist on and off the base, similar to a screw. After the first letter has been attached, turn the tool on and wait for it to heat up.     2. Once the wood burning tool has had about 5 minutes to heat up, it should be ready to use. You may want to test it on the back of one of the trays first, just be sure it's had enough time to get warm. While holding the tray up on it's side, as shown, stamp the first letter onto the lip of the tray. To stamp with the wood burning tool, press down evenly for just a few seconds before pulling the stamp off, to reveal the burned letter.     3. Turn the wood burning tool off, wait for it to cool down, and replace the tip with the chisel tip. This tip will create a small straight line. Turn the tool on again and wait for it to heat back up. Then create a plus sign by stamping a line once vertically and then once horizontally.     4. Again, turn the wood burning tool off, wait for it to cool down, and replace the tip with the the next letter initial. Repeat the same process that was used in step 2. Let the wood burning tool cool down and remove the letter attachment.     5. Lastly, to create a decorative border, all the way around the tray, you'll need to attach the chisel tip again. Then, stamp diagonal lines in opposite directions (two one way then two the other, repeat). Now, your tray is ready to be used.     Additional stamping ideas for these trays include phrases like "Mr + Mrs," "Bride and Groom," etc.  
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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff

    Decorate a plain cake with these edible pineapple flowers and save a small fortune on your wedding cake (or a cake for the rehearsal dinner). You don't even need to be a whiz in the kitchen. These beautiful pineapple flowers are super easy to make.

    Materials:

    Fresh Pineapple Sharp Knife Baking Sheet Cupcake Pan Edible Food Spray (optional)

    How To:

    1. Start by slicing the top and bottom off of a fresh pineapple.

    2. Next, cut the rough skin (and eyes) off of the pineapple. Leaving a pineapple, free of eyes and an intact core.

    3. Then, cut very thin slices of pineapple.

    4. Add slices to a baking sheet. Then, bake the slices in the oven at 250 degrees for 30-40 minutes. Then, flip over each slice and put back in the oven for another 30 minutes.

    5. Now that the pineapple pieces are nearly dried out in the baking process (but not quite), move the pineapple pieces into a cupcake tin and place back in the oven for 10-15 minutes. Or until a golden yellow.

    6. Let cool, then spray with edible food spray (if desired), for a more colorful look.

    Now, it's time to adorn your cake with these beautiful, edible flowers. They're a great way to dress up a store-bought cake. Don't you think?

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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff

    Thinking ahead to February weddings and Valentine's Day, these DIY wood veneer escort cards would be the perfect fit.

    They're super easy to make, inexpensive and fun. Plus, you can purchase the Satsuma mandarins from a local grocery, like Whole Foods. Making these an even more accessible DIY wedding project.

    Materials:

    Maple Wood Veneer Sheets Satsuma Mandarins Scissors Pencil

    How To:


    1. Start by drawing hearts in various shapes and sizes onto a sheet of wood veneer. Be sure to also draw a strip directly below the heart, so that each piece will be able to piece into the mandarins with ease.


    2. Next, cut out the shapes, with a pair of scissors or an Xacto knife, if you prefer.


    3. Then, write each guests name and table number on the wood shapes.


    4. Pierce each mandarin with the piece of wood and you're done.

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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff of Paper & Stitch

    Turn inexpensive manilla gift tags into beautiful dip dyed paper goods that you can use for wedding favors, table numbers, thank you notes, and beyond. They're super easy and quick to make and will add a colorful DIY touch to packages, tables, and more.

    Here's how to make your own dip dyed gift tags with watercolor paints...

    Materials:

    Manilla Gift Tags (any size) Watercolor Paints  Small Bowl or Mug Water Paper Towels

    How To:

    1. Start by filing a mug or small container halfway with water. Then, add in a generous amount of watercolor paint and stir until completely mixed.

    2. Next, dip tags into the watercolor and water mixtures, pulling up to see the color after 15-20 seconds. If the color is too faint, remove the tag and add more paint. Stir. Then, dip the tag back into the mixture.

    3. Once you've reached the desired color, remove from the container, and place onto a paper towel to let the tag dry.

    4. Repeat this process until you've completed the number of tags you'll need for the occasion.

    5. Allow the tags to dry flat for several hours (up to 24 hours). Then, you can write messages / table numbers / names / etc on each tag with a pen.

    6. Tie a finished gift tag to a small bouquet of flowers as a souvenir for your guests to take as they leave. Or gift them to your bridal party and other friends and family, instead.

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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff of Paper & Stitch

    Trying to come up with the perfect bridal gift for your wedding party? Why not create "something blue" for them with this easy DIY earring tutorial? These would be a simple, sophisticated bridal earring option too.

    Here's how to make your own "something blue" dangle earrings in about 15 minutes.

    Materials:

    Earring hooks (pair) Geometric metal components (pair) Top-drilled teardrop beads (pair) 24-gauge wire (10+ inches) Flat-nosed pliers Round-nosed pliers Wire nippers

    How To:

    1. Pass the wire through the bead.  Make sure there is at least 2" of tail on one side.  You'll need this side to make the first wrap around the other end of the wire.

    2. Bend both sides of the wire upwards, following the sides of the bead.  The wire should cross over itself at the top of the bead.

    3. Where the wire crosses over itself, use the flat-nosed pliers to bend the longer piece of wire so that it points straight up from the top of the bead.

    4. Take the shorter piece of the wire and wrap it around the longer piece of wire twice.  Use the wire nippers to trim the rest of the short wire off.  If necessary, use the round-nosed pliers to tamp down any sharp edges on the clipped end.

    5. Wrap the longer wire around one side of the round-nosed pliers to create a loop in the wire.

    Now wrap the wire twice around the first wire that you wrapped. Like before, use the wire nippers to trim the rest of the wire off and use the round-nosed pliers to tamp down any sharp edges.

    6. Using the flat-nosed pliers, open the earring hook.

    Add the circle component and the wire wrapped bead and close the hook.

    7. Repeat these steps for the second earring and you're all done!

    Beautiful!

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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff of Paper & Stitch

    Personalize your place settings on a budget with this easy patterned charger project. You can customize the pattern and colors to fit your wedding's theme super easily. And if it's not the right fit for your wedding, these DIY chargers would be a special touch for the groom's dinner or another wedding-related event as well. 

    Here's what you'll need to make your own patterned chargers on a budget...

    Materials:

    12 inch wood rounds (which can be found at most craft and hobby stores) Craft glue Sealer or Mod Podge Paint brush and/or foam brush Decorative paper or wallpaper Scissors 

    How-To:


    1. Start by cutting decorative paper or wallpaper into a square slightly larger than your wood round.


    2. Next, glue the square paper onto the wood round, with the design facing up. Smooth out any bumps in the paper and let the glue dry.


    3. Cut the excess paper off of the wood round, with a pair of scissors.


    4. Then, apply a coat of sealer or Mod Podge onto the paper to help with water resistance and food stains.


    5. Once the sealant is dry, your charger is ready to use. Just add a plate and silverware and you're ready to go.

    Bonus! Use scrap pieces of paper to create decorative name plate paper tents for guests to quickly find their seat.

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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff   Make your wedding escort cards even more special with these fresh flower wreaths that display guest's names and table numbers. They smell great, look good hanging or displayed flat on a table, and double as a small favor for guests to take home. Want to make your own?        Supplies: Floral Tape Velvet Ribbon Scissors Wire Clippers Vine Wrapped Craft Wire Fresh Flowers - Solidago, Phlox, Limonium-Caspia How-To:     1. Cut a piece of wire that is roughly nine inches long (this may vary depending on how large you want each wreath to be).     2. Bend the wire into a circle and twist the side around the circle you've created, to make it strong and secure.       3. Attach a few flowers to the circle at a time, using floral tape, and then stacking the next round of flowers on top of the tape from the last. Repeat this process until the circle is completely covered with flowers, and you cannot see any of the floral tape.     4. Cut a piece of ribbon for the top of the wreath. This can be used solely for decoration or as a way to hang each wreath on a wall or board.     5. Lastly, print table numbers and guest's names out onto card stock. Cut and attach to each wreath.  
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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff of Paper & Stitch

    Serve your guests some sweet treats at your reception with these color blocked glitter gift bags. They're perfect for candies, popcorn, and cookies. Plus, they'll add a sparkly pop of color to any table.

    Materials:

    Small Paper Gift Bags Glitter in Various Colors Craft Glue Paint Brush

    How To:

    1. Start by adding several drops of glue onto one side of a gift bag.

    2. Then, using a paint brush, spread the glue out to create an even layer of glue on a diagonal, as shown in the photo.

    3. Next, gently pour glitter over the gift bag, directly on top of the glue, until you can no longer see the glue.

    4. Shake off the excess glitter and allow the glue to dry according to the instructions on the packaging.

    5. Add candy, popcorn, or another sweet treat. Or keep the finished glitter bags unfilled, next to a candy station for guests to grab for self serve favors.

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  • Project by Janie Medley Photos by Tori Watson   This DIY flower crown is perfect for the bohemian bride!       Ingredients:  Seeded Eucalyptus Waxflowers Tansy Flowers + the pretty green leaves Scissors Floral Tape Floral Wire How To:      Once you get the flowers home, give the stems a cut and place in a clean vessel with water to let them hydrate for about an hour or two.   Separate the flowers from the stems and make mini bouquets.       Take the 2 pieces of floral wire and place one piece midway on top of the second piece. Then, cover the wires with the floral tape. Note: to save time, you can also purchase floral cloth wire. This way, you would only have to tape the two pieces together.   Now bend the wired to form a circle and measure the crown around your head and cut off  the excess wire, but leave enough to make adjustments if necessary.     Start adding the mini bouquets of flowers and taping them on with the floral tape. Overlap the bundles of flowers as you add them on. Just have fun with this process and be creative as you like.     There you have it!!  
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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff of Paper & Stitch   Add a little extra pizazz to your wrapped wedding favors, with these DIY clay tags that you can customize any way you would like.     Pick clay colors that match your event's color scheme and personalize the finished tags with your wedding date, a monogram, or a short message of thanks. Your guests will love the thoughtful packaging and special touches to remind them of your big day. Here's how to make your own personalized clay favor tags.     Supplies: Oven Bake Clay in Various Colors Metal Number Stamp Set Circle Cookie Cutter (1 inch) String or Twine Wooden Skewer or Toothpick Scissors Rolling Pin How-To:     1. Start by pinching off equal parts of clay, in two different colors, and mixing them together by continuously pushing them together and then pulling them apart (kind of like taffy). Once you've reached the desired marbling effect, roll the clay into a ball.     2. Next, flatten the ball out, with a rolling pin, making sure the clay maintains the same thickness throughout.     3. Then, cut out a circle from the clay, with a cookie cutter.     4. Now, stamp your wedding date onto the clay circles (or other message) and add a hole at the top of each circle with a wooden skewer.     5. Place the clay pieces into the oven and bake according to instructions on the packaging. Once cooled, add a string.     6. Tie the tags around wrapped favors to present to guests!    
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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff of Paper & Stitch     Make these custom DIY message food trays for a groom's dinner or as a rustic touch for a groom’s dinner or an outdoor wedding. The trays themselves are made from fallen leaves and are very inexpensive (roughly $1 apiece). And they're easier to make than you might think. All you need is a wood burning tool and some alphabet hot stamps to get started.     Materials: Wood burning tool (available on Amazon) Alphabet hot stamps (available on Amazon) Leafware 9x6 platters (available on Amazon)   How To:     1. Start by attaching the first letter of your message, or in this case initials of the bride and groom, to the wood burning tool. The letters very easily just twist on and off the base, similar to a screw. After the first letter has been attached, turn the tool on and wait for it to heat up.     2. Once the wood burning tool has had about 5 minutes to heat up, it should be ready to use. You may want to test it on the back of one of the trays first, just be sure it's had enough time to get warm. While holding the tray up on it's side, as shown, stamp the first letter onto the lip of the tray. To stamp with the wood burning tool, press down evenly for just a few seconds before pulling the stamp off, to reveal the burned letter.     3. Turn the wood burning tool off, wait for it to cool down, and replace the tip with the chisel tip. This tip will create a small straight line. Turn the tool on again and wait for it to heat back up. Then create a plus sign by stamping a line once vertically and then once horizontally.     4. Again, turn the wood burning tool off, wait for it to cool down, and replace the tip with the the next letter initial. Repeat the same process that was used in step 2. Let the wood burning tool cool down and remove the letter attachment.     5. Lastly, to create a decorative border, all the way around the tray, you'll need to attach the chisel tip again. Then, stamp diagonal lines in opposite directions (two one way then two the other, repeat). Now, your tray is ready to be used.     Additional stamping ideas for these trays include phrases like "Mr + Mrs," "Bride and Groom," etc.  
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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff

    Decorate a plain cake with these edible pineapple flowers and save a small fortune on your wedding cake (or a cake for the rehearsal dinner). You don't even need to be a whiz in the kitchen. These beautiful pineapple flowers are super easy to make.

    Materials:

    Fresh Pineapple Sharp Knife Baking Sheet Cupcake Pan Edible Food Spray (optional)

    How To:

    1. Start by slicing the top and bottom off of a fresh pineapple.

    2. Next, cut the rough skin (and eyes) off of the pineapple. Leaving a pineapple, free of eyes and an intact core.

    3. Then, cut very thin slices of pineapple.

    4. Add slices to a baking sheet. Then, bake the slices in the oven at 250 degrees for 30-40 minutes. Then, flip over each slice and put back in the oven for another 30 minutes.

    5. Now that the pineapple pieces are nearly dried out in the baking process (but not quite), move the pineapple pieces into a cupcake tin and place back in the oven for 10-15 minutes. Or until a golden yellow.

    6. Let cool, then spray with edible food spray (if desired), for a more colorful look.

    Now, it's time to adorn your cake with these beautiful, edible flowers. They're a great way to dress up a store-bought cake. Don't you think?

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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff

    Thinking ahead to February weddings and Valentine's Day, these DIY wood veneer escort cards would be the perfect fit.

    They're super easy to make, inexpensive and fun. Plus, you can purchase the Satsuma mandarins from a local grocery, like Whole Foods. Making these an even more accessible DIY wedding project.

    Materials:

    Maple Wood Veneer Sheets Satsuma Mandarins Scissors Pencil

    How To:


    1. Start by drawing hearts in various shapes and sizes onto a sheet of wood veneer. Be sure to also draw a strip directly below the heart, so that each piece will be able to piece into the mandarins with ease.


    2. Next, cut out the shapes, with a pair of scissors or an Xacto knife, if you prefer.


    3. Then, write each guests name and table number on the wood shapes.


    4. Pierce each mandarin with the piece of wood and you're done.

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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff of Paper & Stitch

    Turn inexpensive manilla gift tags into beautiful dip dyed paper goods that you can use for wedding favors, table numbers, thank you notes, and beyond. They're super easy and quick to make and will add a colorful DIY touch to packages, tables, and more.

    Here's how to make your own dip dyed gift tags with watercolor paints...

    Materials:

    Manilla Gift Tags (any size) Watercolor Paints  Small Bowl or Mug Water Paper Towels

    How To:

    1. Start by filing a mug or small container halfway with water. Then, add in a generous amount of watercolor paint and stir until completely mixed.

    2. Next, dip tags into the watercolor and water mixtures, pulling up to see the color after 15-20 seconds. If the color is too faint, remove the tag and add more paint. Stir. Then, dip the tag back into the mixture.

    3. Once you've reached the desired color, remove from the container, and place onto a paper towel to let the tag dry.

    4. Repeat this process until you've completed the number of tags you'll need for the occasion.

    5. Allow the tags to dry flat for several hours (up to 24 hours). Then, you can write messages / table numbers / names / etc on each tag with a pen.

    6. Tie a finished gift tag to a small bouquet of flowers as a souvenir for your guests to take as they leave. Or gift them to your bridal party and other friends and family, instead.

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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff of Paper & Stitch

    Trying to come up with the perfect bridal gift for your wedding party? Why not create "something blue" for them with this easy DIY earring tutorial? These would be a simple, sophisticated bridal earring option too.

    Here's how to make your own "something blue" dangle earrings in about 15 minutes.

    Materials:

    Earring hooks (pair) Geometric metal components (pair) Top-drilled teardrop beads (pair) 24-gauge wire (10+ inches) Flat-nosed pliers Round-nosed pliers Wire nippers

    How To:

    1. Pass the wire through the bead.  Make sure there is at least 2" of tail on one side.  You'll need this side to make the first wrap around the other end of the wire.

    2. Bend both sides of the wire upwards, following the sides of the bead.  The wire should cross over itself at the top of the bead.

    3. Where the wire crosses over itself, use the flat-nosed pliers to bend the longer piece of wire so that it points straight up from the top of the bead.

    4. Take the shorter piece of the wire and wrap it around the longer piece of wire twice.  Use the wire nippers to trim the rest of the short wire off.  If necessary, use the round-nosed pliers to tamp down any sharp edges on the clipped end.

    5. Wrap the longer wire around one side of the round-nosed pliers to create a loop in the wire.

    Now wrap the wire twice around the first wire that you wrapped. Like before, use the wire nippers to trim the rest of the wire off and use the round-nosed pliers to tamp down any sharp edges.

    6. Using the flat-nosed pliers, open the earring hook.

    Add the circle component and the wire wrapped bead and close the hook.

    7. Repeat these steps for the second earring and you're all done!

    Beautiful!

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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff of Paper & Stitch

    Personalize your place settings on a budget with this easy patterned charger project. You can customize the pattern and colors to fit your wedding's theme super easily. And if it's not the right fit for your wedding, these DIY chargers would be a special touch for the groom's dinner or another wedding-related event as well. 

    Here's what you'll need to make your own patterned chargers on a budget...

    Materials:

    12 inch wood rounds (which can be found at most craft and hobby stores) Craft glue Sealer or Mod Podge Paint brush and/or foam brush Decorative paper or wallpaper Scissors 

    How-To:


    1. Start by cutting decorative paper or wallpaper into a square slightly larger than your wood round.


    2. Next, glue the square paper onto the wood round, with the design facing up. Smooth out any bumps in the paper and let the glue dry.


    3. Cut the excess paper off of the wood round, with a pair of scissors.


    4. Then, apply a coat of sealer or Mod Podge onto the paper to help with water resistance and food stains.


    5. Once the sealant is dry, your charger is ready to use. Just add a plate and silverware and you're ready to go.

    Bonus! Use scrap pieces of paper to create decorative name plate paper tents for guests to quickly find their seat.

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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff   Make your wedding escort cards even more special with these fresh flower wreaths that display guest's names and table numbers. They smell great, look good hanging or displayed flat on a table, and double as a small favor for guests to take home. Want to make your own?        Supplies: Floral Tape Velvet Ribbon Scissors Wire Clippers Vine Wrapped Craft Wire Fresh Flowers - Solidago, Phlox, Limonium-Caspia How-To:     1. Cut a piece of wire that is roughly nine inches long (this may vary depending on how large you want each wreath to be).     2. Bend the wire into a circle and twist the side around the circle you've created, to make it strong and secure.       3. Attach a few flowers to the circle at a time, using floral tape, and then stacking the next round of flowers on top of the tape from the last. Repeat this process until the circle is completely covered with flowers, and you cannot see any of the floral tape.     4. Cut a piece of ribbon for the top of the wreath. This can be used solely for decoration or as a way to hang each wreath on a wall or board.     5. Lastly, print table numbers and guest's names out onto card stock. Cut and attach to each wreath.  
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  • Project and Photos by Brittni Mehlhoff of Paper & Stitch

    Serve your guests some sweet treats at your reception with these color blocked glitter gift bags. They're perfect for candies, popcorn, and cookies. Plus, they'll add a sparkly pop of color to any table.

    Materials:

    Small Paper Gift Bags Glitter in Various Colors Craft Glue Paint Brush

    How To:

    1. Start by adding several drops of glue onto one side of a gift bag.

    2. Then, using a paint brush, spread the glue out to create an even layer of glue on a diagonal, as shown in the photo.

    3. Next, gently pour glitter over the gift bag, directly on top of the glue, until you can no longer see the glue.

    4. Shake off the excess glitter and allow the glue to dry according to the instructions on the packaging.

    5. Add candy, popcorn, or another sweet treat. Or keep the finished glitter bags unfilled, next to a candy station for guests to grab for self serve favors.

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