With the public holiday on Monday this week has simply flown by, which means it’s time for another Polka Dot Bride project.
We had both of our families over on the weekend for Mother’s Day. Champagne, pie and good conversation – if only every Sunday afternoon could be so divine!
I’ve shared my recipe today over on Polka Dot Bride.
Hello friends, how are you? I have to admit I’m struggling a little this week after Easter. Trying to fit everything into four working days is always hard, especially two weeks in a row! Thankfully I have a nice stash of chocolate to keep me going.
Speaking of sweet treats, I’ve just designed a cute favour bag header. You can download it free over on Polka Dot Bride today.
I hoped you’ve enjoyed the previous posts in this series with the cake topper and candles. Now it’s time to bring the whole look together with a few simple DIY touches and styling tricks.
Oo, boy! I’ve been waiting to share this one with you for a while. So happy it’s finally seeing the light of day!
I created it for a wedding shoot to be used as a ring bearer bowl, but the rest of us can use it as a catch-all for our jewellery or keys. It would make a make a great handmade Christmas gift too!
Get the best of both worlds with these table numbers. Print the free template then customise it yourself with an easy watercolour technique in your wedding colours.
Head over to Polka Dot Bride for the how-to.
It’s Thursday which means it’s time to get your craft on! Not interested in wedding bouquets? Still make sure you check out the stamped clay tutorial over on Polka Dot Bride as it’s a technique that can be used for many more craft ideas.
I tried my hand at embroidery for the first time recently and I loved the result, it could be used in so many fun ways. Here’s one way, an embroidered message in a hoop for a wedding decoration or a gift.
Earlier this week I did a sweet little photo shoot at one of Adelaide’s cutest cafes, Tin Cat Cafe. Owner Claire was kind enough to let us make use of the funky retro surrounds as a backdrop for a whole bunch of tutorials (including the one above) aaaand for a new product shoot.
You’ll have to stay tuned for the product pics and the full set of projects but you can find out how to make these faux milk glass vases over on Polka Dot Bride right now!
I have not one but three super easy wedding projects using ribbons over on Polka Dot Bride today. Check it out!