Ruthi, a display coordinator at Anthropologie, recently created this beautiful wysteria tree made out of tissue paper and branches to hang in the home section of her store. This of course would be major DIY project for a wedding, but how lovely would it be to get married under a tree of paper wysteria?
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Supplies: Cube votive cups or vases (2 inch x 2 inch) 9 inches of ribbon per vase (two inches wide) Clear double-faced tape Fabric glue One gladiola bloom per vase ( Each Gladiola stem yields anywhere from 8 – 12 blooms.) Tools: A good pair of ribbon cutting scissors A pair of floral clippers or… Read more »
How adorable is the project Laurie sent in for her feature today? I love how even after the reception these charming napkin rings could be used again for festive dinner parties or the everyday meal. Oh, and the fabrics Laurie chose are too cute together! Materials: Fabric ( a 2” x 2” scrap for each… Read more »
What You’ll Need (for the ribbon wands) 20 yards of ribbon total (roughly) – a mix of widths and colors 1 dozen wooden dowels (12″ inches long) 1 dozen flowers (paper, silk, or applique) Scissors Hot glue gun and glue sticks Ribbon Wand Instructions 1. Gather several lengths of ribbon of varied colors and widths and… Read more »