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Entry #22: DIY Cookie Favors

Andrea made these favors to honor her grandma, and nothing better than edible favors to please guests!

DIY Cookie Favors

I want to have a way to honor my grandma at my wedding since she will be unable to travel to attend. When I was little we always baked oatmeal chocolate chip cookies together. So I figured that would be a good way to reminisce about her at my wedding. We will be having some favors containing the ingredients for the cookies so that people can try out my grandma’s special recipe after the wedding.


Entry #21: DIY Program Sleeves

Amy made these program sleeves with fabric in different shades of blue and patterns.

DIY Program Sleeves

That’s just a mock-up program…not the real one! :)

There aren’t really directions, this project seems to be pretty straight forward if you’re familiar with a sewing machine, I’d guess. The final result is so cute!

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Entry #20: Key Tags

20 entries, 5 to go as we approach our voting day on your favorite DIY project! The winner will receive a $200 gift certificate to Wedding Paper Divas. Voting poll will start on Friday so you have some time to decide…it won’t be easy to pick just one! Christy also made these cute tags with miniature skeleton keys:

When the free download came across for these tags I hit the ground running. Some of the keys were too small to attach with ribbon so I glued them on and the still had the same effect. Very cute, so I attached sayings “the key to love is understanding” among some others. I got the keys off of eBay (can’t remember the exact seller).

You can download the tags here.

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