I’m sharing a little love in the form of free printable Valentine’s Day cards.
There are two patterns to choose from, instructions are on the pdf.
All you will need for a professional finish is a cutting mat, blade and a butter knife.
Click the link to download these
printable Valentine cards You will need the latest version of Adobe Reader Ms Polka Dot says: Nat from Dizzy Wizzy Design shows us her very cute Valentine’s Day cards. Download these in time to surprise your Valentine! Dizzy Wizzy Design is the place to shoppe for one-of-a-kind wedding invitations, birth announcements, personalised stationery, gift tags and note cards.
Cufflinks are a great gift for the lads of the bridal party. They’re also ideal for personalising for each individual, like these cufflinks made from scrabble tiles bearing each dude’s initials.
You will need: scrabble tiles (I bought mine here) cufflink backs (I bought mine here) superglue Instructions
1. Apply a small amount of glue to the back of the cufflink.
2. Press onto the back of the scrabble tile.
Done! Easy, huh? Now just pop them in a little box or bag and present them to the boys at your wedding rehearsal.
Ms Polka Dot says: An easy and cute project that anyone can do! They will add a note of humour to a ‘serious’ outfit!
Hi, my name is Alicia and I am a paper addict.
I love designing quirky invitations through my business
Akimbo. I’m also the Atypical Type A, my blog where I share projects and inspiration for home, parties and weddings.
If you’re planning a picnic wedding with invitations like
these, you can’t go past homemade jam as favours for your guests. Dress up the jars by simply cutting some circles out of cute country fabrics using pinking shears, tying with string and attaching these labels. Download them now! Ms Polka Dot says: Homemade jam – what a yummy gift to give your guests as a summery favour! And to dress them up with these sweet labels – perfect!
Alicia designs unique wedding stationery through her business
Akimbo. She writes about her imaginative handmade projects, inspirations and pretty things via her blog Atypical Type A.