DIY Isle decorations

Hey all,

More wedding talk!

These are restaurant style aluminum cans, the ones vegetables come in… we used thesee as flower pots for along the Isle for the ceremony. We rented hay bales for seating, we used cedar wood logs and rounds to sit the flower pots on. We also had purple glitter candles along the Isle as well.

These flower pots were simple to put together.

Supplies:

  • Wide burlap
  • Antique brooch pins and necklaces
  • Hot glue gun and glue sticks
  • Wire cutters

The steps were simple… hot glue the burlap around the can. Cut necklaces and brooches to desired size. Hot glue charms in the center.

Bam…your done!

We then filled the pots with soil and desired plants and flowers.

You can see the final display at the end of the week.

Thanks for joining me!

~Gruada Mom~

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Author: Gruada Creations

Hello We are the Gruada Sisters, we love to create new and exciting things. I (Gruada Mom) love taking pride in my new creations like a fairy garden I did with my daughter or a race track I built with my boys. I (Gruada Sister) love creating new things with them as well, I do not have children of my own so I spoil and create with my niece and nephew. We have two lives but one love... a love to create, learn and teach. The children are our inspiration to live happily and freely. Follow Gruada Creations on our new journey of creating fun and wild crafts, DIY Projects, toddler learning & daycare advice, interior and exterior design, Gardening, Fitness & Health and Travel. Never have fear of being different and standing out! Take it one day at a time and create art freely. Join our email list to receive monthly newsletters and all our most recent blog posts.

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