DIY Guestbook Ring Pillow

This Diy puts another twist on how we use guestbooks, including a touch of astound the day of the wedding! Here, utilizing a premade ring pillow, you don’t even need to know how to sew!

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Here’s what you require:

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Supplies

  • Any white ring pad
  • 10″ of silk lace
  • Pretty nearly 5″ of weaving floss
  • Weaving needle
  • Scissors
  • 1 Piece of 8.5 x 11″ Iron-On Transfer Paper
  • Iron
  • 1 Piece of Off White Cotton Fabric that is 3 x as wide and 2 x as tall as the ring pad

Directions:

Assembling Your Guestbook Messages

This project will  give you a chance to have something in your wedding that fuses counsel and opinions from your loved ones. You can assemble these messages by having particular family or friends write messages on paper.

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Making a Fabric Transfer

From that point, examine all messages you gained from your guests, arranging them how you’d like to place on your pillow. Here I scanned the cards to fit the front of my pillow (7.5″ x 7.5″). Provided that you have more messages you’d love to include them, you can scan every one of them and press on over the whole fabric.

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Utilizing your PC software or printer settings, turn around the scanned messages/drawings so they are reflected. Assuming that you have Photoshop, this setting is in Edit > Tranform > Flip Horizontal. In the event that you don’t have Photoshop and utilize a PC, open Microsoft Paint by set to Start Programs or All Programs, Accessories then pick Paint or Ms Paint. Head off to File, Open and open your picture. Right away head off to the Image in menu bar and pick Flip/rotate. Hose Horizontal then click Ok.

At that point print onto your one sheet of iron-on transfer paper.

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Making the Fabric Pillow Cover

Set your iron on high with no steam and press the transfer to the precise center of the off white cotton fabric. Press hard for a few minutes, guaranteeing that the whole configuration is exchanged.

Then, emulating the photographs, fold the fabric around the pillow. You can tie the ends of the cushion or tuck them in and stick with two safety pins in place.

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Adding the Ribbons:

String your little bit of embroidery floss through the inside of the pillow, experiencing the locally acquired cushion too. Pull the string through and pull it through the exact center of the satin ribbon that the rings will be attached to. At that point pull the string once again through and tie a small knot.

Right away your strips are prepared to attach to your rings and be conveyed down the walkway, favored by wonderful words of wisdom of your guests!

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