I was asked to make some table centerpieces for our Relief Society 100 Dresses activity. I decided to make something I could reuse, so I came up with these plain white wood panels. The base pieces are 1x4s cut 12 inches long. The upright piece a 1×8 cut to 8×10 pieces. They are screwed together on the bottom and painted white. I used my Silhouette to decorate both sides with vinyl to match the theme. My plan is to reuse these for future activities and holiday decorating by just removing the vinyl and replacing it with whatever vinyl designs I want.
I can only take credit for the centerpieces, but the ladies on the RS committee did a beautiful job decorating with vintage and special occasion dresses hung around the room and beautiful table settings. And check out those cupcakes! Amazing!
Update: I did this event again, in anther ward. Here’s a few of the pictures. The favors are wedding favors from Amazon and I just cut out a dress and glued it over the wedding dress. Lifesavers are inside.
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