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1. Wrap a ribbon on them (bonus points for making it into a bow tie!),
throw in a matching straw, and use them for signature cocktails!
2. Assign one to each guest for beverages with a chalkboard sign and name tags to give your wedding a laid back feel
3. Turn them into cool luminaries with vintage book pages4. Or wrap lace around them for vintage luminaries5. Use them for take-home dessert treats6. Use chalkboard paint to make them escort cards7. Use them for wedding favors8. Tie them together for a ‘multiple’ floral container9. Spray paint them to make them match your color palette(but make sure they aren’t the old and valuable mason jars first!) 10. Wrap twine around to change up the look of floral containers like this:
- Coordinating fabric
- Two kitchen skewers
- Mixing bowl
- Cut skinny, long strips out of the fabric, differ the heights and width of each piece.
- Tie the fabric pieces to one longer strip, alternating colors and sizes as you go. Cut out a small heart, initial, birthday number or other meaningful shape to give added character to the topper.
- Mix together one part glue and two parts water in the bowl.
- Once the bunting is tied in a pleasing combination, submerge the entire piece into the glue/water mixture- take care to ensure every fabric strip gets wet.
- Pull out and wrap the ends tightly around two kitchen skewers. Place any cut out shapes on top of single strips of fabric to dry (they will bond together when dry).
- Lay out to dry for about a day.
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