Are you excited about the prospect of a handmade wedding? Make it unique with these DIY wedding table numbers from dollar store frames!
Apparently June is the most popular month for weddings. If that is the case, then the craziness is starting soon! I don’t know about you, but I love a good handmade wedding. Not only are they unique, but they are often budget friendly. And speaking of budget friendly, that is why I made these DIY wedding table numbers from dollar store frames . . . because you can save big bucks and make something unique and custom. And then your friends and family can find where they are supposed to sit for dinner and drinks, and let’s face it, that’s why they are really there! Haha!
So these table numbers would also be great for any party that is big enough to have assigned seating. I had fun making them and it didn’t take very long. Here’s how these table numbers were made.
Gather These Supplies
- Dollar store frames – one or two for each table
- Mod Podge Satin
- Acrylic paint in the color of your choice
- Spray paint in the color of your choice
- Fabric scraps
- Wood numbers
- Craft glue
- Wax paper (optional)
Prepare your fabric with Mod Podge. Just put a medium layer on top of the fabric and let dry. This will make it easier to cut.
You’ll want to use the thick insert from your frame – it feels like a pretty thick cardstock. Paint Mod Podge on the blank side of the insert and then flip over and smooth to the back of the fabric. Let dry. When all the inserts are dry in this same way, use scissors to cut the fabric around the edges.
Glue the numbers to the centers of the fabric inside the frame. Now I didn’t use the glass because my wood numbers are dimensional. However, if you use something flat, you can probably insert the glass back into the frame and be just fine.
As you can see, my table is #518. I’m having a huge party! No, just kidding – I just wanted to show you what they looked like. If you love this post, please share it. Do you have any ideas for wedding crafts that are budget friendly?