Blue, Bridesmaid, DIY Bride, DIY Wedding Tutorials, Favors, Pink
blue, bridesmaid, diy-bride, diy, favors, pink
Happy simple DIY Tuesday my darlings! Today’s project is totally useful with a silly little twist… how to make these adorable wedding pill boxes! It’s no secret that wedding planning can get hectic and even painful at times. I hate to break it to you but sometimes your wedding planning will even be a pain to those around you. So make light of what might be ahead (and in a way, apologize for it before it even happens), by gifting your favorites these sweet but silly custom wedding pill boxes containing their favorite pain reliever! From your bridesmaids to your Dad, they will all chuckle and at least have the power of relief if needed.
- 1/2 ounce tin containers with screw-top lids
- 1 1/4″ round labels in your color of choice
- fun embellishments like rhinestones or pearls
- Turbo Tacky Glue for embellishments
- Pain relievers
- our FREE design downloads below
Visit our shoppable widget at the end of the post to find links to all these items!
Embellish Your Tins
Embellishing your tins is completely optional. If you’d like to add rhinestones, pearls or etc. apply with Aleene’s Turbo Tacky glue and let dry. It will provide a great seal for any embellishment. Tweezers help with the placement. The 2mm stones worked perfectly for the rim around the tin.
Apply The Label
The 1 1/4″ round address labels from Paper Source fit these tins perfectly. Grab our free download below, print and apply to the top of each tin. Our designs are just ideas for you, if they don’t fit your style or event it’s really easy to design your own using the label Word template from Paper Source, which can be downloaded right from the label page on their website.
PRINTING TIP // if you open and print this document with Adobe Acrobat, make sure to select “actual size” when printing. If not, it won’t fit the labels.
One for the bride and one for the groom.
Aleve happens to be my pain reliever of choice and so I figured it might be for some of you too… and I thought you might think this was hilarious, so you’re welcome.
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DIY Tutorial Credits
Photography: Something Turquoise Photography for SomethingTurquoise.com // DIY tutorial: Jen | Something Turquoise // 1/2 ounce tin screw-top containers: Specialty Bottle // 1 1/4″ round labels (Pool, Fuchsia, Blossom, Superfine White, and Paper Bag): Paper Source // rhinestone set, turbo tacky glue, pearls, and pain relievers: Amazon // fonts: Sweet Sans and Bombshell // nail polish: OPI – Bling Dynasty
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