Hi guys!! Spring is here which means Wedding Season is here!! The next few blogs will focus on inexpensive wedding decor. I will also have my YouTube videos posted under the wedding tab of this blog.
If you have been following this blog for a while then you know that I am a huge saver. I do not pay retail!! If I can't find things for the price I want to pay then I will create it myself for a great price!
When planning my wedding I knew that I did not want to spend a ton of money. The most important thing to me was our honeymoon (which is something that I didn't mind splurging on)! My husband and I had a very short engagement (4 months) before we got married. We had little time to plan and save so I began to get really creative!!! I stalked pinterest and YouTube for ideas. I will be sharing with you some of the things I used at my wedding and I hope you find inspiration from them. Weddings DO NOT have to be super expensive to be nice and glamorous! I will show you have.
Here is what you need:
Start off with your ring laying flat. Using a cardboard box or wax paper will be very helpful when you start applying the glitter.
Next, you want to draw the shape of your diamond on your floral foam. Save the other piece from the two pack because you will use this later!
Use your E6000 to glue your diamond to your ring.
Apply glue to the entire ring and begin to apply your glitter. You will need to wait until your glitter and glue dries before you try to move the ring.
Next, you want to measure the inside of your vase/clay pot. You will need to cut your foam according to this size.
Once this is complete, place your felt around the foam and tuck the felt into the vase. This will keep the foam in place.
**** You will also need at least two straight pins to stick through the ring to the foam base.
This will be your end result!!! Please let me know if you plan to do this. I would love to see pics.
Hi I'm Shani! I'm a newlywed that loves Jesus!! I am passionate about living a frugal life style, but still having a beautiful home on a budget, I will show you how to tackle different projects for those starting out with Diy.