Back sharing another Oriental Trading Company DIY project! If you aren't familiar, I partner with Oriental Trading Company to create DIY projects that are perfect for weddings and beyond using their affordable variety of products! I'm really in love with their products – they have such a large assortment and everything is crazy affordable. They have tons of craft supplies, too– so it's perfect for creating anything you could imagine for your wedding.
For my newest project, I decided to make another Rustic Wedding Project that could be repurposed after your big day! I used canvas, burlap, and buttons to make a rustic style monogram artwork piece to use to decorate your wedding, while also could fit in easily with your home decor as well! The best part is that this project is easily customizable depending on your tastes. You could use brightly colored fabrics, glittery buttons, or choose a specially styled font to mimic for your monogram. My tutorial shares the process and techniques, but really leaves the styles specifics up to you to allow for a completely personal project!
I even created three different options for you to check out. You'll want to make your canvas art using your new last initial – or you could make multiple canvases using numbers to signify your wedding date. See what I mean? This project can be totally custom and personal to YOU!
I hope this project inspires you to create a custom piece of artwork for your own big day!! Or heck, these would even make adorable gifts as well, so keep it in mind for whenever you're feeling crafty.
Want to see the full tutorial for yourself? Visit the Oriental Trading Company blog to see all the steps to creating this custom button artwork!
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