Tradition and trimmings come together in this one-of-kind DIY dried floral boutonniere. Unlike a single flower or bud, this rustic accessory made of preserved natural accents will never wilt or fade away. With a few small cuts of setaria, wheat and a touch of lavender, cultivated charm is only the beginning. This handsome boutonniere is designed to be worn on the lapel of a tuxedo or suit jacket for fall weddings and special events. It only takes a few short minutes to create. Our simple step-by-step DIY dried floral boutonniere video will show you how to make it yourself.
The season of change is upon us! Autumn is a time of transformation, and there’s no better time for new beginnings than a fall wedding celebration. From a combination fresh & dried flower crown and dried botanical touches on an alter to natural centerpieces and earthy tablescapes, bring the rustic beauty of fall to your autumn wedding. These charming inspirations will ignite the imagination, and will bring you one step closer to your dream celebration. A touch of dried fall florals here, a splash of crimson red there, a collection of festive pumpkin accents, a sparkling gold trim. Rustic chic, boho modern, earthy eclectic and all this seasons best! Our favorite fall wedding round up highlights all the charming features of autumn for transformational inspiration.
Put a new spin on this seasons festive fall decor with inspiring alternatives to the traditional wreath! As the first impression into your home, front door decor welcomes guests to the warmth of the indoors. Beautiful arrangements of fall florals intertwined with bare branches, repurposed metallic accents, pinecone embellishments and rustic accents are just the beginning! We’ve rounded up our favorite fall door decor craft projects to get your creative juices flowing before the chill of winter arrives. Farewell to the old and make something new!
As the days get colder and it starts getting darker earlier, easy craft projects are something that we are very thankful for. These super cute turkeys are a great project to do with your kids while you discuss all the things your family is thankful for.
TO MAKE THIS CRAFT YOU WILL NEED
low-temperature hot glue gun
felt - we chose several brown tones + yellow, orange, and magenta
paper for creating patterns
Use scrap paper to create patterns for your turkeys’ feathers, feet, heads, beaks, and wattles. Trace your kids’ hands to create the tail feather patterns, or you can also download free patterns from a great post, here.
Use the patterns to trim the felt pieces.
Glue the tail feathers together, then fashion and glue your turkey faces. Give them personality!
Glue the tail feathers and head pieces on your pine cones. And… Gobble, Gobble!