How to Decorate Wedding Pens

Everyone would like to look best on their wedding day. Happy brides would rather design a special and unique wedding of her own to taste and memorize one of the most important days in her life. This article demonstrates how to make wedding pens for the bride-to-be. Lots of materials are used in order to make wedding pens more attractive, such as ribbons, felt beads and applique flowers. Apart from these raw materials, other craft tools are helpful as well. With all the necessary materials listed below, this will demonstrate to you how to decorate pens in a new way.

Steps

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    Take out a pen and white satin ribbon.
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    Glue one end of ribbon to the pen point with a hot glue gun.
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    Wrap the pen from beginning to end with ribbon; leave ribbon tassels for a certain length at the top.
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    Cut two patterns out of pink felt as picture shows. It's suggested to sew patterns along each edge to protect hems. Cut out letters "I" and "DO" with white felt; glue each letter onto corresponding pink patterns.
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    Fold the organza ribbon into three layers. Lay the organza ribbon onto the purple bow; glue the center of organza ribbon; fold it in half.
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    Decorate the ribbons with two beads and two applique flowers by gluing.
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    Stuff two felt hearts with quilting inside. Roll up a felt rose with a bead as the flower heart. Stick stuffed hearts, felt rose and "I" "DO" patterns onto the ribbon bows one by one.

Things You'll Need

  • Satin ribbon
  • Organza ribbon
  • Felt
  • Beads
  • Applique flowers
  • Sewing threads
  • Needle
  • Quilting
  • Scissors
  • Hot melt gun
  • Pen

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