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DIY Floating Boat Place Cards

DIY Projects

Closing our showcase of selected entries for the DIY Contest is a project for floating sailboat place cards, to match the fishing in a jar table numbers posted earlier this afternoon. Another great project made by Jane, who submitted this project all the way from Switzerland!

 sailboat floating placecards tablen umbers

 sailboat floating placecards tablen umbers

– a cork
– a toothpick
– colored paper
– a pen
– some glue
– a glass http://www.ikea.com/ch/fr/catalog/products/60081734/)/
– water
– some sand
– a cuter
– a pair of scissors

 sailboat floating placecards tablen umbers

 sailboat floating placecards tablen umbers

 sailboat floating placecards tablen umbers

 sailboat beach sand floating placecards tablen umbers

Cut the cork in half.
Cut the toothpick in two equal halfs.
Stick one half of the toothpick in the cork.
Cut the boat’s veil.
Fold the small veil.
Write the name.
Stick the veil to the toothpick.
Fill a glass of water and add some sand to it.
Land the boat in the water.

 sailboat fishing floating placecards tablen umbers

Here’s the project for the fishing in a jar table numbers.

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DIY Yipee! Ring Bearer Pillow

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Two more projects to go! Erin made a ring pillow for her wedding with cutout script letters.

 yipee felt ring pillow

What you will need:
– Needle
– Thread
– Glue Gun
– Felt
– Batting
– Button
– Scissors
– Trim
– Ruler
– Pen
– Ribbon

 yipee felt ring pillow
 yipee felt ring pillow

Step 1. Cut out 2-8×8 inch squares for the pillow and a smaller 3rd square with a scalloped edge. Use the remaining felt to cut your letters.
Step 2. Find the center of your scalloped square and mark it with a pen. This is where your button will go.
Step 3. Using a glue gun, glue your letters onto the scalloped square.
Step 4. On the edges of one of your 8×8 squares, use a glue gun to attach your trim. Glue the two 8×8 squares together leaving one side open for the batting. Put the batting into the pillow and close the last side.
Step 5. Glue the scalloped square on top of your pillow. Add the button and sew thru the pillow so it creates a dimple in the pillow.
Step 6. Tie a ribbon around your button so you have a place to put the rings.

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DIY Fishing in a Jar

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This project was sent all the way from Switzerland by Jane. She made “fishing in a jar” table numbers. So adorable, I can barely stand it.

 fishing line table numbers

 fishing line table numbers

 fishing line table numbers

What you’ll need:
– a big jar (like this one)
– a regular jar (like this one)
– a napkin (flea market)
– a branch
– natural string
– water
– clay
– a piece of cardboard
– a pen
– a pair of scissors

fishing line table numbers

fishing line table numbers

Step 1. Take the two jars, put them on the napkin.
Step 2. Fill one of them with water and the other one with clay.
Step 3. Tie a piece of string to an end of the branch.
Step 4. Cut a fish form in the piece of cardboard and pierce a whole in the fish’s head.
Step 5. Write the table number on the fish.
Step 6. Tie the fish with the string.
Step 7. Plant the fishing cane in the clay.

Stay tuned for the matching place cards project!

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