Do It Yourself Jell-O Centerpieces
Today we are going to take you to two easy DIYs. one of which can bring awesome ambiance to your wedding. And then another one will give YOU a super royal classy look.
Planning a spring/summer wedding and in dire need of inspiration for a fun centerpiece? Jell-O the no-calorie treat that brings out the kid in us can actually be used to decorate your reception tables! I saw this on rachelraymag.com and just had to share it with you. See below for the easy steps on how to make your own Jell-O centerpiece
– Combine six boxes of Jell-O powder in half the amount of water specified (to get a more vibrant color).
– Chill the mix in your choice of the vase for approximately 30 minutes.
– Push the flowers into the semi-firm gelatin.
And there you have it!
I have made some centerpieces…Have a look at them…
Now let us see how to make DIY Vintage Studs…So excited to share this DIY project courtesy Lynzie of Love by Lynzie. This is one of my favorites, it’s simple, easy-to-do glam that you can add to your bridal outfit. In fact, I might try this on my own just because. And can we say how darn cute Lynzie’s outfits are when she does the shoot? All photos are courtesy Richelle Hunter Photography.
-2 Washers about 1 inch in diameter
-Various rhinestones in circular and rectangular shapes
Using the small paintbrush, apply E6000 to the back of the largest rhinestone and stick to the center of one of the washers. Repeat for the other washer. Gradually, build the pattern of the earring around this central stone. We used a large circular stone for the center and then placed 4 rectangular stones around it.
Carefully apply the E6000 to the back of a small portion of the stringed rhinestones. Be careful not to breathe too much of this stuff in- we learned the hard way that you should wear a mask. Begin wrapping the stringed rhinestones around the perimeter of the washer and your already glued stones. We wrapped the stringed rhinestones around twice giving the edge of the earring a finished look and hiding the washer base completely.
Snip the end of the stringed rhinestones when they have been wrapped and glued around the perimeter. Leave the earrings to dry for about 30 minutes.
Using the E6000, glue the stud post to the back of the washer closer to the top of the earring back rather than the center. Leave again for 30 minutes to dry.
Wear them! Your earrings are sparkling and ready to go! They are perfectly paired with a bridal gown, or even with a black turtleneck and flats a la Audrey Hepburn!