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Jar of water, cut glow stick (dump contents of glow stick into water), add glitter, put on lid, shake. Would be SO cool for center pieces!

Fairies in a jar

Fairies in a jar. USE with Adult Supervision*** Parent or Teacher of Preschool aged children should make it & give child chance to shake & observe. (circle time) DIRECTIONS: 1. Cut a glow s…

Putting a glow stick in a balloon for pool lanterns = best idea ever!

For pool lanterns, stick a glow stick in a balloon and blow it up!

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Gold Glittering Confetti bridal shower Invitation printable - Navy Blue Bridal shower Invitation, wedding shower printable

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Raffia Fans

DIY Embellished Raffia Fan

On hot days when an indoor ceremony isn’t possible, have your guests reach for this simple but stylish solution: A hand fan. See more DIY ideas!

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Using Rubbers Stamps on Napkins.

Using Rubber Stamps

In an earlier era, brides-to-be busied themselves by sewing delicate linens for their trousseaus and making their wedding gowns. It's hard to imagine anyone today having time for such activities, but it is still possible to include elements that are handmade. One easy way to personalize the day is with rubber stamps.Custom-made or store-bought, they offer many images and patterns for decorating invitations, programs, wrapping paper, and even cocktail napkins. You can use an image to create…

Imelda Marcos in a beautiful Filipiniana

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