There are so many details that go into having a successful wedding; dress, venue, cake, menu, decorations, photographers, band, flowers, guest list, invitations, the list could take an entire page. Here at Crafts Unleashed we will be using Consumer Crafts products to help you in the planning of your wedding. I recently ordered the Bridesmaid […]
Wedding Crafts, Bridal Party Ideas and More
If your (or a loved one’s) big day is approaching, you probably have a lot of uses for wedding crafts. Or maybe you just need a little inspiration! From bridal party ideas to DIY bridal shower favors, we can help you create beautiful, unique and affordable wedding craft projects. Click on any project image below for detailed instructions, supply lists and more.
Editor’s Note: We are having so much fun with Wedding Week that we decided to to another! This week, though, we are featuring all things BLING! We’re starting off with this great article on how to get the best results from your Darice Hot-Fix Crystal Setter. Enjoy! I am working on a few craft projects […]
I saw these cute little galvanized tin pails on ConsumerCrafts.com, and my mind started to run wild. They are only 2″, but they are so perfect for so many things. Since our theme has been “Wedding Week” this week, I thought I’d come up with some cute ways to use these in your wedding celebration! […]
The big trend in wedding crafting lately can be summed up in two words: BLING and MONOGRAMS. I’ve seen monograms on wedding wraps, toasting flutes, invitations, heck- even the chair covers. So today we’re going to ride that trend and make classic and lovely coasters for your wedding reception for about $1.50 each– and your […]
One of the loveliest and most meaningful things to make for your wedding is jewelry for your bridesmaids. It’s a stunning piece to wear on your big day, and a keepsake for them! This project features pink crystals, but feel free to substitute your wedding colors- or go for all clear crystals and wear it […]
Today’s post is actually an “Ask Jenny” question I got from a readers’ comment. Someone asked how to make a ribbon flower, so I thought that “Technique Week” would be a great time to show you a great shabby chic rose you can put on cards, gifts, or even make into jewelry. (More on that […]