My sweetest friends! I miss all your gorgeous faces 😍 I’m sharing with you this beautiful corner set that was intended for a dessert table backdrop. Strictly 65lb red cardstock and gold foil cardstock (Michael’s Craft Store). This was tricky because usually I’d use multiple colors or variant shades to add depth and contrast.
Thanks for visiting! I’ve got a few more projects squirled away to share with you soon. Please let me know what you think of this corner set ❤
Hello crafters! 👋 I’m sharing these super cute alphabet blocks and teddy bear cut out I made for a baby shower backdrop. The boxes are 14x14x14 and gift wrapped to spell out BABY. I made a 25 inch poster cut out to hang in a dessert table backdrop.
I cut out the black outline with my #Cricut and adhered it onto a white poster board and cut all around the image. The blue pieces fit right into place like a puzzle piece.
Thank you, everyone, for taking a look at this cute teddy bear set. Have an awesome day! ❤
If you follow my FB page then you’ve already seen this gorgeous set of paper flowers that stood in the center of a baptism reception. Please visit and LIKE my page to receive project updates!
This set was done in the same fashion as my previous displays. However, I started cutting the displays in half which makes for easier transport and set up. They come together on the stand and look seamless 👍
This display includes the spray painted roses that I shared earlier this week. Please watch the video in this post to see how I went about that.
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My original paper flower layout was pink, white, and gold. This is the same layout with gray! I LOVE IT 💜 The different types of flowers and petal sizes absolutely work together. This was for a baby shower. Please LIKE and SHARE this blog post!
My friends! I’m sharing an awesome set of paper flowers I made for a wedding table backdrop. I adore this bold combo of colors! It’s the same design as the last pink and gold set, but just different colors. Makes it look totally different!
So sweet! The table was used to hold bouquets, card box, bubbles, and the Polaroid for everyone to take a picture in front of the flowers. The pictures were added to cardstock for the guests to sign next to their pictures. Such an adorable idea!
The following pictures show the back of the stand. Even though it’s not what clients see, it’s still important to keep it neat back there.
Introducing my new feet! The previous ones seen in my diy stand video were too long. They were easily tripped on if clients removed the table and used the backdrop for pictures. Even in the Ninjago backdrop pictures you could see the legs extend past the table. No bueno! Now with these shorter bad boys, the stand is still sturdy and versatile.
Here’s one I know most of you are curious about. The flowers are not pinned to the curtain. They droop and face down when they’re pinned. So, I hot glue them to a foam board that’s cut to the right shape. When the white curtain is behind it all, you don’t even notice the foam board! . . . The foam board is hanging on the bottom of the stand in this picture just while I organize and adhere the flowers. Once I’m done it goes to the top half of the stand.
That’s that, folks! I hope you enjoyed today’s late night post. Until the next project ❤
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