Sunday, March 15, 2015

DIY SUNDAY: Wooden Color Block Centerpieces

We love doing DIY projects for our photo shoots. Not only are they fun to do, but they are great inspiration for our brides. One of our shoots from last summer was featured on Love and Lavender, and featured one of our DIY Projects! We wanted to create a floral centerpiece that was different then just using vases, and was more geometric. So we took wooden blocks, stain, paint and duck tape and created geometric and striped settings for our floral displays. This project is super easy, and doesn't take long at all! Plus you can do it in any color scheme! To see more pictures from this shoot, check out our blog post!

What you will need: Wooden blocks, wood stain, acrylic paint and duck tape

1. Get wooden blocks. We did this by going to Home Depot and having them cut scrap wood into random shapes. Make sure to sand the edges.
2. Stain to desired color. We picked a gray to make the neon colors pop
3. Use duck tape and acrylic paint to make stripes and shapes on the wood
4. Stack them together, and add flowers!

[Shopping Guide] Wood stain and blocks from Home Depot // Acrylic paint and Duck Tape from Blick Art Supplies // Photography by Two Chics

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