Hello lovelies! I just wanted to wrap up our awesome？DIY series we've been running with this post that shares links to each previous project. For the last 4 weeks？we've？shared a DIY tutorial to show you how to make simple， affordable DIY projects for your wedding？—； all coordinating with a common springtime theme!？Check out each of the projects from our spring？inspiration and DIYs. The links with each project image will take you to the individual post that tells you how to create that particular？project.
This simple and inexpensive crepe paper flower？project can be easily customized to coordinate with your wedding by choosing the perfect colors and mixing up the different styles of flowers. All you need is crepe paper， wirebed pillow covers， and scissors， which makes this project？TOTALLY budget-friendly.funny standard pillowcases
This DIY is super fun and comes with free adorable printables!! Download and print them for your wedding， shower or other fun event!
Using some simple wooden pieces from your local craft store， you can make your own adorable wooden table numbers for your big day! Customize them by painting them colors to match your color scheme!
This simple DIY teaches you how to make a simple gift box out of pretty much any type of paper!？You'll never be stuck without a gift box again!
Which project was your fave？ Have you attempted any of these projects yourself or do you plan to？ We'd love to know!!
Are you having a DIY dilmema？ Have a project you want us to try to tackle？ Let us know in the comments!
Special Thanks to Brandi Webb of Alexis June Weddings for the beautiful photos in this series of posts.
Warm and cozy slipper boots with a sci-fi twist. These are meant to resemble Admiral Ackbar, but you could tweak the fabric and felt to create other creatures.
There are about a million ways you can hold your baby. There are strollers, wraps, slings, hip seat carriers and - their favorite spot - in your arms. Multitasking while on the go is tough, but it can be made a lot easier with carriers. With the wealth of options available, it can be hard to decide which one you want to go with; or what might ultimately be best for you and your baby.
On May 12, 2014 the journal Environmental Health Perspectives published a new peer-reviewed study identifying seventeen types of chemicals specifically linked to breast cancer. Of the 102 chemicals in the study, many are ones women may be exposed to on a daily basis from everyday products.