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Pretty Petal Unity Candle Table and Stemware

This Pretty Petal Unity Candle Table and Stemware is the perfect DIY wedding project to create for your reception. The beautiful blue tablecloth and lovely candle will add a sweet, delicate touch to your wedding. The blues look fantastic, but if you are using another color scheme, this project could easily be altered. It would be a fantastic idea to carry these projects over to your reception, as well. The tablecloths, candle, and DIY stemware could easily adorn your head table.

Time to complete: In an evening

Primary Technique: Painting

Easy

Estimated Cost: $21-$30


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Time to complete: In an evening

Primary Technique: Painting

Easy

Estimated Cost: $21-$30


Read more at http://www.allfreediyweddings.com/preview_article/defaulturl-pleaseedit-1389972881#qGCKckuHordgiJcE.99Time to complete: In an evening

Primary Technique: Painting

Easy

Estimated Cost: $21-$30

Read more at http://www.allfreediyweddings.com/preview_article/defaulturl-pleaseedit-1389972881#qGCKckuHordgiJcE.99

Time to complete: In an evening

Primary Technique: Painting



Estimated Cost: $21-$30

Do It Yourself Table Decorations Instructions




















Materials:

  • Aleene's® No-Sew Fabric Glue™
  • Tulip® Dimensional Fabric Paint - White Metallics (65400), Blue Metallics (17369)
  • Aleene's® Jewel-It™ Embellishing Glueulip® Glam-It-Up!™
  • Iron-On Crystals™ - Clear (23123)
  • Candle
  • Ribbon, 1” wide double-sided satin (total measurement of topper edges x 2 plus enough for bow)
  • Marbles or pebbles, clear
  • Glasses, 2 stemmed
  • Hurricane glass vase
  • Creative Textile Tool™ by Walnut Hollow® or iron
  • Scissors
  • Silk flower petals, white loose
  • Tulle or sheer see-thru fabric for table topper (desired size x 2)
  • Sequins, white
  • Paper
  • Foil
  • Brush, ¾” wide flat
  • Tape


Instructions:
 

Tablecloth
1.) Cut two pieces of tulle or sheer fabric in a square to fit top area of table. Lay fabric on work surface.

2.) Cut two pieces of ribbon about 3” longer than one side of fabric.

3.) Pour No-Sew Glue onto foil. Apply to back of ribbon, using brush.

4.) Layer the two pieces of fabric.

5.) Place ribbon centered over edge of fabric.

6.) Brush glue on other piece of ribbon and lay glue side down on top of fabric, even with previous ribbon, sandwiching tulle between. Press together with fingers.

7.) Cut excess ribbon.

8.) Repeat on two sides, folding excess ribbon under.

9.) Squeeze Metallic Blue Fabric Paint onto foil. Brush paint onto one side of loose silk petals. Let dry.

10.) Scatter desired number of petals between layers of fabric. Glue last side closed. Let dry.

11.) Adhere sequins in a random pattern along ribbon edge, using a dot of Jewel-It Glue. Squeeze a dot of Metallic White in center of each sequin.

12.) Scatter Iron-On Crystals among sequins.

13.) Preheat Textile Tool or iron. If using Textile Tool, touch Crystal with tip for about 5 seconds. If using an iron, place pressing cloth over Crystal.

14.) Touch crystal with tip of iron for 30 seconds, making sure not to touch paint.

Centerpiece
1.) Squeeze Metallic Blue swirls around bottom half of candle, letting dry before turning. Let dry.

2.) Tie ribbon into a bow around bottom area of glass. Referring to photo, trim ends of ribbon then lay flat on surface. Attach sequins and crystals as desired. Let dry.

3.) Place candle in vase. Add glass pebbles to hold in place.

Stemmed Glasses
1.) Create desired initial on paper.

2.) Position inside glass where desired. Tape to secure.

3.) Fill in with Metallic Blue, keeping tip clean for a smooth line.

4.) Add swirls to base of glass.

5.) Use Metallic White for dots at ends of letter and on stem. Let dry.

Note: Glasses can be damp cleaned, not immersed in water.



 

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