Updated: 2020-02-27 Views: 124
I've got another super cute and affordable wedding DIY project for you today! I just love working with Oriental Trading Company to craft up these DIY Wedding Projects! Since the readers of The Budget Savvy Bride seem to love rustic weddings so much， this one's especially for all of you!
Working with Oriental Trading Company as a contributor is so much fun. Each month， I choose products from OTC to craft a wedding related DIY project or wedding tablescape to share. This monthpersonalized baby blankets， I created some super cute Rustic Ring Bearer Boxes that are super easy to make. They are a great way for your ring bearer to carry your rings down the aisle on your wedding day.accent pillow case baby burlap nursery
Check out my post on Oriental Trading Company's blog， where I share three different Rustic Ring Bearer Box designs! I had so much fun working on these projects! I created one using watercolor and lace， another using acrylic paint and a wooden heart， and a third with letter tiles that spell “；LOVE.”；
They turned out pretty cute， don't you think？ I particularly love the one with the Scrabble Tiles! Perfect for a rustic wedding of any couple who loves word games!
I just adore these simple little ring boxes. They'd also make super cute keepsakes or gifts! Somewhere to store your wedding rings or other jewelry， or even to sit on your desk to hold paper clips! Who doesn't love a good catchall？ The wooden boxes are truly so versatile – I actually used them for another project that will be published in February， so stay tuned for that!
Be sure to drop by and visit the Oriental Trading Company blog to check out all of the various posts I've created. I hope these DIY posts inspire you to get a bit crafty yourself!
In the Woodland Tote project we learn to apply a zipper, how to make quilted straps and how to sew with the BERNINA Walking foot #50. This tote is a perfect size bag to take just about anywhere, with an easy and convenient front zipper pocket to stash your need-to-find items quickly!
Rebecca from Cooking With My Kid is here to share a fantastic field guide for an activity that your lil’ one is sure to love. Take it away Rebecca!…This morning I surprised my kid with an indoor bird watching expedition complete with make-your-own binoculars and breakfast trail mix. He’s been talking about it all day long.The bird watching expedition starts with our special breakfast trail mix which we take along while we search for birds throughout the house using our home made binoculars.My kid uses the Bird Watching Guide I created to find each of the birds hidden throughout the house. Once he’s identified and found a bird, he circles it on the guide and heads off to look for the next.