HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN WEDDING CARD BOX
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John and I are getting married in September, so I’ve been frantically shopping for centerpieces, favors and decorations. There is so much to do, and so little time!
One thing I needed to get was a wedding card box to put on the gift table. All of the wedding card boxes I found online were so expensive, so I decided I would just try to make my own. I’m all about saving money whenever I can. A wedding card box seemed like an easy enough thing to make myself.
I started with a wooden box I found at AC Moore, which is just the right size to hold cards.
The box was unfinished, so I painted it with white acrylic paint.
Our colors are light and navy blue, so I bought some wood letters and painted the letters to spell out CARDS with a light blue acrylic paint.
I added light blue flowers, and blue and clear gemstones to the box for some decoration, and I dressed it up even more by adding light blue and navy blue ribbon.
This project was a lot of fun to do, and the total cost was somewhere around $35.00, which I don’t think was too bad, plus I have lots of ribbon, embellishments & Krazy Glue leftover for other projects!
All of the ribbon and other embellishments were added to my wood box with Krazy Glue.
I had to wait a while for my paint to dry, but I didn’t have to wait for my embellishments to dry! The Krazy Glue really made this project so easy to do. Just a small dab of Krazy Glue was enough to keep my embellishments in place on the wood box. It took me less than 20 minutes to put the embellishments on my painted box, and most of that time was me just trying to figure out where I wanted to place everything. Krazy strong, Krazy fast, Krazy Glue really allows you to create masterpieces in minutes!
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Don’t you just love this DIY Wedding Card Box?
Now, I’m searching the web for ideas to make my own centerpieces using Krazy Glue!
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