A few weeks ago I was scrolling through instagram when I came across this incredible account from Samantha Swanson, it was filled with big beautiful glass displays and crystals that were full of fresh flowers and she had created these giant skulls that we instantly fell in love with! (By the way If you want…Details
There’s always a need for little trinket trays am I right? Whether you use them to fill up with paper clips, store your jewellery, or just generally have them on display, I personally think the prettier the better! And I’m not sure that you can get any prettier than this natural petal confetti tray that we created in collab with Shropshire petals!
You guys already know that we’re obsessed with their beautiful confetti, the colours are just insanely gorgeous and you really don’t just need to use confetti as throwing confetti! Creating a little trinket dish like this out of your wedding confetti is great reminder of your special day that you can keep around or they would even make lovely gifts for your bridesmaids! You could even use them as part of your table decor if you wanted to!
YOU WILL NEED:
A plain small tray // Natural petal confetti in the colours of your choice // Gold glitter // Matte Mod Podge //
Apply mod podge to the bottom of your tray then sprinkle your confetti into the tray, be as generous with it as you like!
Grab your gold glitter and sprinkle over top of your confetti until you’re happy with it.
Push down/pat down on your confetti so that it sticks into the mod podge well.Details
Happy Monday guys! I’m so excited to be kicking off the week with another DIY in collab with Shropshire Petals! They have the most insanely beautiful natural confetti which we’ve already created a fun floral ice bucket with, featured free abstract confetti cones and even made temporary tattoos with their natural confetti! Now today is all about creating something pretty for your bridesmaids with these petal pendants!
YOU WILL NEED:
Natural confetti in your choice of colours // A pendant kit (we got ours from Ebay) // Chains for your pendants // All purpose glue //
Happy Monday guys! I am so so so excited to be kicking off the week with a beautiful confetti DIY! Shropshire Petals are back and we’re showing you just how many things you can do with confetti (as well as throwing it of course!) In case you missed it we’ve already shared how you can make your own temporary tattoos with the natural petals and made some free printable confetti cones for holding your confetti and today we’re all about the floral confetti ice bucket!
I’ve seen these ice buckets done a couple of times with fresh fruit and knew they would look absolutely amazing with Shropshire petals natural confetti! Seriously guys, chilling wine and champagne never looked so good! Let’s get cracking on how we made it shall we?
YOU WILL NEED:
Natural confetti in different colours // 1 large bucket // 1 smaller bucket (it needs to fit inside the large bucket but also be big enough to hold a bottle) // stones //
Take your large bucket and fill it with 2-3 inches of water then pop in the freezer and allow to freeze.
Next, place the smaller inside that bucket and weigh it down with stones to ensure it doesn’t float when we add in the extra water!
Add water to the half of the bucket and pack it full with your natural confetti! Then allow this to freeze. This will create the first ring of flowers.
Once the previous section has frozen, fill the remaining space with water and pack full with confetti, you really want to try and pack it very tightly to get the best effect! Then freeze again and leave overnight.