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Glow in the dark jars, hahaha:] Sally Devitry..:)

star jar

Star Jars glow in the dark paint splattered inside mason jars.

DIY Floating Cupcake Stand

DIY Floating Birch Cake Stand

DIY Floating Birch Cake Stand - Rustic Wedding Chic i like the way using baby's breath accents these pieces

Vey ugly ceiling in reception Hall | Weddings, Planning, Do It Yourself, Style and Decor | Wedding Forums | WeddingWire | Page 2

DIY Wedding Challenge Lighting Paper Lanterns - Project Wedding,,lots of ideas and costs of how to light paper lanterns

Ping Pong Ball Pendant  A fun little project from Marie Claire    Spray balls in groups using a different color for each group (might be nice to do with an ombre effect too). They used 30 balls per group (6 rows) for a total of 180 balls for a 45 cm diameter shade. Drill a small hole with the needle into opposite ends of each ball.  Using nylon thread make garlands knotting one end first then pulling thread through each ball from one hole to the other (like beading) filling up the string…

How-to DIY: Ping Pong Ball Pendant. Dollar store sometimes carries ping pong balls.

DIY Wedding // how to easily make distressed chalkboard mason jars for your rustic wedding decor! #somethingturquoise #12monthsofmartha

How to make distressed chalkboard mason jars!

DIY Wedding // how to easily make distressed chalkboard mason jars for your rustic wedding decor!

Formal decorations

Personally, I've always wanted a barn wedding with this kind of ceiling, but you know what! I'm just posting this because its pretty because I could never afford all of the beautiful things in this room

Spray paint some beans and put in a beautiful glass jar.

Spray Paint beans for a cheap vase filler. Very clever indeed! Spray Paint beans for a cheap vase filler. Very clever indeed! was last modified: August 2013 by admin

DIY Water Candle. Not only looks amazing, you can do it yourself. Try it out!

DIY Water & Oil Candle - uses floating candle wicks. Just add water & pebbles, float a layer of cooking oil and add floating wick. The site sells these wicks, but you can find them at Hobby Lobby and other craft stores as well.

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