Friday, November 12, 2010

Crepe and Lace

A couple of weeks ago I made these wedding cracker favors for the Bride's Cafe blog. Paper crackers are such a classic, and I'm especially looking forward to making some more around the holidays - I'm thinking about icy, silvery ones for New Year's. For this wedding inspired version I layered cream colored crepe paper and gold lace netting. Find full instructions at the Bride's Cafe.

28 comments:

Krystal Lee said...

they're so pretty!

krystal x
http://krystalleeart.blogspot.com/

Michelle said...

What beautiful crackers! I'd be to in love with them to want to destroy them, haha. They really are so pretty.

Emily said...

Those are so fabulous. What a great thing to make around new years. So fun.

postcards and pretties said...

they are gorgeous!! might make a few for the holidays myself.

danikreeft said...

ah, lovely.

beauty is in the details, these are gorgeous!
xo.

Modern Crush said...

sooo pretty <3

Kit Chase said...

Oh how lovely! These would be perfect for my soon-to-be-one little girl's birthday coming in December. Fit for a princess!

cleanstar said...

That's a great idea and they are just gorgeous.
I might make a few for the New Years Party. The kids will have their fun with them and they for sure will make nice party accents.

SarahInDisguise said...

Beautiful! I have some tulle left over from my wedding and these are a perfect holiday use for it! Thanks!

Sofie from Envelop.eu said...

Great idea! I gonna suprise my friends on new year's eve...

andie said...

they look great! sparkles for the holidays

have a lovely said...

just stumbled across your blog...what lovely wedding crackers!

katie kirby said...

What a wonderful idea and the design of the crackers are wonderful!

dennicapearl said...

they are absolutely delightful. very creative, and the lace is extremely chic!

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mydesignchic said...

Wish I'd seen this before my daughter married...we've used party crackers every Christmas Eve dinner for more years than I can remember and they're always the highlight!! Adore the ones you made!!

lavienouveau said...

wow! these are gorgeous!

Holly* said...

these are brilliant! beautiful blog!

melissa davis said...

Gorgeous!!! I have never seen crackers like that! ;)

TrendRebajas said...

ohh good inspiration,,, i try it!
xoxo,
kisses from Germany
http://trendrebajas.blogspot.com/

manon 21 said...

Une très belle idée.

Manon

The Simple Romantic said...

Thanks again for giving me permission to use your BOX template as a template for my print-and-fold migonette clock project.

It's at http://simpleromantic.blogspot.com/2010/11/even-stopped-clock-shows-right-time.html

kirstyb said...

they look so awesome xxxx

Raina ♥ said...

I heart. :)

x,
Raina

Meg said...

i am so in love with this blog, i'm so glad i happened upon it! xo

megs
newlybirds.blogspot.com

BRN CONCEPTO said...

nice!

private detective Toronto said...

it looks so festively
well done!

Vanessa said...

So lovely! I love crackers and I imagine they're even more special when handmade.

www.ruffledrose.com

ara133photography said...

Beautiful!!! Dying to know what you put inside! :) -amy

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