Diana and Ray finally got married today after a 10 month engagement! It was such a blessing to be a bridesmaid and spend time together to make stuff for the wedding. They are an amazing couple with so much love to give! Hopefully I'll post pictures of the entire wedding to show you the special touches they had on their wonderful day!
These are the hangers I made for our bridesmaids!
And here's a cute picture of the Diana and the Bridesmaids!
Twas a wonderful weekend with the girls! Hope you guys are having a blessed weekend as well!
We recently celebrated Diana's coming wedding with a bachelorette party. Sara made cute decorations and two types of veils, and I made the banner as usual! I think this is the banner with the most detail since I hand - drew everything. Pink Pink Pink! That's the way to celebrate a bachelorette!
It was Sara's niece, Madison's birthday this past weekend. I had the very great pleasure of making her birthday banner that was princess themed! I got some inspiration from princesses growing up and used those ideas to create this very very pink banner. I have to say, even though I put a lot of work into this banner, I enjoyed it that much more! It was nice because each letter had a different dress which helped me get the creative juices flowing! If you are interested in buying a banner for a special day, let me know! I can make your ideas come to life!
As always, wonderful photo credits go to Ms. Sara Kim herself!
My friend Roanne just had her bridal shower this week, so I made her a personalized hanger. Sara (from Handmadebysarakim) taught me how to make fabric embellishments for Senior Night that I blogged about a couple of entries ago. I took the same concept and added them to my hangar with the colors that the Bride will be having at her wedding! I am now adding embellishments on the hangers too.
Just in case, you wanted a closer up picture, I took another one for good measure! I also figured out how to add a heart on top of the letter "I". In my previous photo of the "Bride" hanger, I used a pearl to top off my "I". You can go either way depending on your preference! Its taken me a couple tries, but I think my hangers are starting to improve from my original "Mrs. Matsui" hanger from a couple months ago!
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Father's Day is just around the corner. Here's a fantastic idea for your Dad or Dad like figure! Create your own labels for your dad and add little paper ties to it! You can check out amandaparkerandfamily for free print labels for this special occasion.
This idea also reminds me of the Jones sodas. You can actually get your own photos personalized for any kind of special occasion! For more information check out Jonessoda for more information! I just added a picture of Mike and I so you can see an example of what it would look like!
I'm selling personalized hangers at Handmade by Sara Kim! If there is any special occasion coming up on your calendar and you have no idea what to get your special person, consider a handmade hanger!
They come in dark brown and light brown wood, as well as silver and black wire. If you have other preferences, feel free to email me and tell me what you like. I'll do my best to make your ideas come to life! These wonderful photos were taken by Sara Kim!
I made a card today for a friend today and thought I'd share! This is 100% hand crafted - even the hangar! It was actually a lot of fun to make. I think the next time, I'll add other things to it to make it more unique.
I thought this was a cute idea for wedding couples to remember the wonderful memories of their wedding for years to come. You simply leave out a couple of wine bottles for guests to sign, and the happy couple enjoys them on their first, fifth, and tenth anniversary! It is like opening a time capsule to who you were the first day you committed yourself to eachother! This wonderful idea an photo comes from getmarried.
Today is my boyfriend's birthday and I felt a bit inspired to make a card from scratch. I got the original idea from Pinterest and elaborated on the idea. I had some extra twine laying around so I used a bit of that too.
Do you note a slit in the middle of the card? I'm burning Mike a CD and it actually will pop out of there when he opens the card! The idea was taken from this photo:
I wish I could give you the resource I got this from, but I saved this photo a while back from my computer. If you know where it is from, let me know! I thought the creator of this concept was so ingenious! Here are some other angles of my card and envelope!