For wedding DIY, you can’t beat ink stamps. The end result of dipping a little rubber into a pot of ink can be professional wedding invitations, save-the-date cards, and ceremony programs. I found a wonderful tutorial on the Martha Stewart Crafts web site that demonstrates how to make lovely stationery, seating place cards, and napkin rings for a bird themed wedding (or any other wedding, really).
The end result is shown above, in a pretty milieu that shows how elegantly pink and white can be paired with a subdued bronzish brown. For instructions, keep reading.
All of the materials you need (sans paper) are available on the Martha Stewart Crafts web site, surprise surprise. The prices are surprisingly reasonable, though if you’d rather avoid paying for shipping, try the local crafts shop. First step: Stamp, glue, apply glitter.
A cutting mat and a sharp knife are essential when you’re making paper crafts, as I discovered when unintentionally carving into tabletops during projects. Step two: Stamp, cut, fold.
Step three is just stamp, cut, glue, of course. Stamps make people like me, who have no drawing skills whatsoever, into super wedding DIY masters.
Download the complete instructions here — Thanks, Martha!