DIY Project: Chalkboard Flower Pot Table Numbers | The Budget Savvy Bride
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Planning a DIY wedding can be alot of work if you’re planning to tackle alot of projects yourself. Luckily there are ways to make your DIY efforts simpler with the help of products from Michaels. Michaels craft stores have tons of great products you can use to personalize your special day, with tons of great DIY ideas on their website at Michaels.com!

The folks at Michaels asked me to create one of the projects on their site and share a tutorial with our readers to show you just how easy their products are to use! I chose to create their Chalkboard Flower Pot Table Numbers for this tutorial- a great way to label your tables for your guests and so cute that they could be reused for many different occasions!

 

 

BRIDES® Favors – Chalkboard Flower Pot

BRIDES® Chalk Marker

BRIDES® Embellishments – Felt Flower

Adhesive

Styrofoam® (or Florist Foam)

Moss

Wooden Dowels

 

 

 

  1. I purchased larger blocks of foam because they were cheaper, so I cut the foam into small chunks and put the pieces into each of the chalkboard pots.
  2. Next, cover the foam with moss. I used some adhesive to stick the moss to the foam pieces to make sure it was secure.
  3. I attached a felt flower to each wooden dowel using the adhesive sticker that was on the back of each flower.
  4. Then, I stuck three finished flowers on sticks into the Styrofoam®. It’s important to vary the heights of each flower for added visual interest.
  5. Finally I finished the look by writing a table number on the front of each chalkboard pot using a BRIDES® chalk marker. You could also use regular chalk as an alternative.

Voila! An adorable table number!

 

 

What do you think? These products make it easy to make a quick and cute DIY project! As a thanks for participating in this project, Michaels is offering up an exclusive DISCOUNT for Budget Savvy Bride readers:

Get 20% off your Entire Regular Price Wedding Purchase. Click here to receive your coupon.
Valid: 4/29/2012 – 6/30/2012

*This post was sponsored by Michaels.






Jessica is the creator of The Budget Savvy Bride; she launched the site in May of 2008, shortly after becoming engaged. Jessica has been recognized as a budget wedding expert by various media outlets and continues to share realistic inspiration and actionable tips to help brides save money on their weddings. Google

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