Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

DIY wedding Numbers from Dollar store frames

Are you excited about the prospect of a handmade wedding? Make it unique with this DIY wedding table numbers from dollar store frames!

Apparently, June is the most popular month for weddings. If that is the case, then the madness begins soon! I don’t know about you, but I love a good handmade wedding. Not only are they unique, but they are often budget-friendly. And speaking of budget-friendly, that is the reason why I have to pay these DIY wedding table from dollar store frames . . . because you save a lot of money and make something unique and custom. And then your friends and family can find where to sit for dinner and drinks, and you’s face it, it’s why they are really there! Haha!
numbers, So this table would also be Super for any party that is big enough to have seats assigned. I had fun and it did take’t very long. To made here’s how these table numberswere.br>Collect These Supplies

Dollar store images – one or two for each table
Mod smorgasbord of Satin
acrylic paint in the color of your choice
spray paint in the color of your choice
fabric scraps
wood find numbers
- scissors
craft glue
wax paper (optional)

These mini-frames, which I used to pay my table. They can be found in the frame section of Dollar Tree.
in a First step, remove all the glass and other stuff, and you spray paint the outer frame with a teal color. I didn’t end up with the glass, so I saved it for another project.
Prepare your fabric with Mod-hodgepodge. Just put a medium layer on the fabric and let it dry. This will make it easier to cut.
you’ll want to use the thick insert from your frame – it feels like a pretty thick cardboard. Paint paste Mod smorgasbord on the blank side and then flip over and smooth the back of the fabric. Let it air dry. When all the inserts are dry, in the same way, with a pair of scissors cut the fabric around the edges.
Choose your wood-figures, in whatever shade you like and let them dry.
you Glue the figures to the centers of the fabric inside the frame. Now I’ didn;t use the glass because my wood-numbers-dimensional. However, if you want something flat, you can probably put the glass back in the frame and good.
As you can see, my table #518 is. I’m with a huge party! No, just kidding – I just wanted to show you how they looked. If you liked this post, please share it. Do you have any ideas for wedding crafts that are budget-friendly?

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