4 DIY Leather Projects That'll Soften Up Your Wedding
If you're looking to add something you've made yourself to your wedding day-but don't want anything that screams DIY-let us introduce you to soft, buttery leather. It's the perfect medium for wedding crafts. The reason? Leather looks (and usually is!) expensive. The following projects, however, won't break the bank, but each is sure to add a touch of refined personalization to your wedding day.
From a soft favor project that'll please everyone in your wedding party to a centerpiece craft that'll light up your reception tables, these leather-centric DIYs are as luxe as they come. It gets better. Adorned with loopy calligraphy, trendy-hued paint, mod studs, and leather braiding, these artsy items are things you'll turn to again and again, long after the big day is over.
Calligraphed Leather Escort Cards
CB2 "Allegra" Soft-Copper Flatware Set, $129 for a 20-piece set, cb2.com. Leather Ribbon, 11⁄4", $20 per yd., mjtrim.com. CB2 Poplin Napkin, 20", in Copper, $4, cb2.com. Curlicue Designs Calligraphy, curlicuedesigns.com.
Paint geometric shapes on leather rounds to create giftable coasters for the wedding party (for crisp edges, tape off the areas you don't want to paint). Moisture marks give them a vintage look with time.
Leather Ring Pouch
Make a timeless ring pouch that will sit pretty on your dresser. Using a circle cutter, cut out a four-inch round piece of leather or Ultrasuede, then add holes an inch apart around the edge with a screw punch. Thread cord through the holes, then feed the ends through one more hole each to create the loose tie that will cinch the pouch closed.
For a chic centerpiece, wrap vases and candles in Ultrasuede, punch a hole on each end of a leather strip, and then secure the strip around the vessel using stud bag feet.
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