June 9, 2014
Potted Plant Wedding Favor
Design Team: Jessica Kephart Week 10 Cycle 9
Sometimes less is more, especially during wedding season! See what wedding favor Jessica Kephart created using Avery Elle stamps & dies!
Hello again everyone!! Jessica here from Homespun Elegance! As you might already know, this month Craftwell has partnered with Avery Elle to bring you fun projects using the eBosser and Avery Elle dies and stamps!
This month I have been doing Party/Wedding Favors as with Summer here Weddings are in full swing!! You can check out last weeks project for an adorable Embossed Party Favor Box to treat your guests with!
For todays project I used a small terra-cotta pot that I picked up for .56 cents! I spray painted it with a Robin's Nest Blue, but you can leave as is, or paint to coordinate with your own wedding colors!
I cut the Label with the Avery Elle die and eBosser with a chalkboard cardstock and stamped the sentiment and fleur de lis with a White Chalk Pigment Ink. I sprayed the Tag with a high gloss acrylic as weddings are usually outdoors, so it would be likely subjected to some weather!
Here are the Platform Combinations to use with the eBosser:
Using a paper piercer (or small hole punch) I punched two holes on each side of the Tag and tied it off with American Crafts Pink Twine! How sweet is this!? And what a great inexpensive Party Favor for your guests!!
Avery Elle dies and stamps
Martha Stewart White Chalk Ink
Mod Podge High Gloss Lustre Acrylic Spray
DCWV Chalkboard Cardstock
American Crafts Pink Twine
Krylon Spray Paint
*Tip: Instead of a Terra-Cotta pot, start saving your Tin Cans from your Veggies and other canned foods! These can also be spray painted, or left as is for a Rustic Charm Wedding!
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*Don't just use these labels for the Party Favors!! Think Table Numbers, Seating Chart, Food Labels, Guests can also write sweet wishes for the Bride and Groom on them!
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