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Natural leather and brass, a combo we’re loving right now. These DIY leather sleeves are sitting pretty dressing up glass carafes and other glass vessels, and the how-to is almost too easy to share! Fiskars came to the rescue with the right tool for getting the perfectly straight cut = less expensive material wasted and the details on making your own in 15 minutes flat are below:

As with most of our DIYs, we dreamed up a project that could work in a wedding and translate to your home decor as well once it has served its initial purpose.

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Succulents are just one of those things that never fail to make us smile. Peonies too! So when thinking about which bouquet design to make next with silk flowers from Afloral, we decided to use all our summertime favorites. Ranunculus, roses, gypsophila to name a few more. Whether you’re a summer bride or simply like the idea of flower arrangements to brighten up your home, this is the perfect bouquet recipe to whip up in a flash.

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Raise your hand if you keep a mental (ahem, Pinterest) list of DIY projects you want to make! This giant floral frame with a diy hula hoop was one of them for me. I wanted to make a frame that I could use to dress up this giant round mirror I have, but nothing permanent that’d ruin the frame. Something I could use for a party or shoot and hang on its own too.

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This is a project that’s impossible not to love. It involves glitter (hello) and it’s squishy and it can be made to serve many different purposes, so we’ve been giddy to share the how-to. We created a liquid-filled glitter placemat that’s perfect for a fun summer shindig, and with the help of Fiskars, we’re sharing the details to make your own below:

We’ve shared a few DIY placemats before but DIY liquid filled glitter placemats is a clear favorite (promise pun not intended).

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Did you know Afloral has flowers + plants beyond their silk counterparts? Well, these live mini succulent favors had us at aloe. And we thought, what a perfect party favor that’s made to last. So sticking with the playful colorblock theme we’ve been seeing on the rise, we put together a quick and easy DIY that’ll make your heart pop! (You’ll soon see why).

Let’s face it, everybody needs a little greenery on the daily.

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If you’ve been following our DIYs for a while, you know that Fiskars is not just about their signature orange scissors. And with Earth Day on the horizon, we couldn’t help but to dream up some DIY wedding favors to go along with the theme. Once we “dug in” to their crazy good section for gardening tools, our imagination ran wild. We figured waffle cone seedlings were a totally unique way to marry summer with going green, and the result is pretty darn cute if we do say so ourselves.

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If there’s one flower that we look forward to seeing come springtime, it’s dogwood. We created this DIY dogwood bouquet using other spring flower superstars like tulips (obviously), ranunculus (love them) and sweet peas (had them in my own bouquet!). Using silk flowers from our partner Afloral, we added ferns some untamed garden vibes. The best part? This took no time to create!

Here’s the bouquet recipe to create this arrangement:

2 chrysanthemum
2 peony
2 sweet peas
1 ranuncula
Ferns
Several dogwood branches and spray
3 tulips
Floral Foam

When we say effortless, we mean it.

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Step aside blush pink, today’s it’s all about this ultra violet wedding bouquet in honor of Pantone’s color of the year. I’ve enlisted some purple flower sweethearts such as anemones (always a fave), wisteria (hello!) and my personal love, allium, and together as a team, they formed the prettiest DIY bouquet if I say so myself. Best part? These don’t wilt! I’ve got the full bouquet recipe waiting for you below from Afloral:

Here’s the bouquet recipe to create this arrangement:

Star Flower Bush in Pink Lavender
Striped Ribbon in Champagne and White
Silk Garden Cabbage Rose in Coral
Silk English Cabbage Rose in Violet
Allium Flower in Lavender
Allium Flower in Violet Purple
Wisteria Spray in Purple
Ranunculus Flower Spray in Peach Pink
Pastel Blush Pink Ranunculus Flower
Anemone Silk Flower in Royal Purple
Anemone Flower in Violet Purple
English Cabbage Rose in Pastel Peach Pink
Purple Delphinium Wildflower Bundle (similar)
Thistle Spray in Blue Grey (similar)

I am no floral designer in any shape or form, but I found it was easier to start with the focal flowers first so starting from the center-ish and work my way to the edges.

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We are avid fans of wedding favors that are practical, edible and that won’t go to waste. We’ve rounded up 23 beautiful favors that you can make on your own that are sure to be a hit at your wedding!

1. Mini Cocktails
Photo by Christa Taylor from this Hawaii beach wedding inspiration

2. Sun hats, yes please and thank you.
Photo by Adriana Morais – Fotografia from this two-day destination wedding in Portugal

3.

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When it comes to flowers, if the words wild, foraged and unruly make your heart pitter patter, then you’re in for a treat. This DIY wedding bouquet is all that, putting a fresh spin on the fall + wintry red color palette adding fuchsia, burgundy and dusty rose to the mix. We’re giving you the full breakdown on how to make this exact bouquet using silk flowers from our partner Afloral, and show you can reuse the same flowers from the bouquet as an arrangement at your home!

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