• Welcome to Kiss My Tulle, where the weddings are big but the budgets are small. I'm Cris Stone and I live in San Antonio, Texas (by way of Salcha, Alaska) with my new husband (The Boy), our baby girl (Melanie), puppy (Hank), and cat (Caira).

    I'm excited to share my ideas on creating the wedding of your dreams on an affordable budget.

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04 September 2011


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Krissy - Make Believe'N

So cool! I always wondered how that was done :-)

Rogue Bride

Where do you get all the materials? I love these!


Great little D.I.Y!!!!

Laurel G

great DIY!


Thanks all! I about flipped when Liz emailed this to me.

Rogue Bride - I linked to most of the supplies in the supply list (just click on the name of each product). For the others, Liz found them on etsy. Hope that helps!


These are gorgeous! I had the same problem with E600 on printed images so I tried covering the image with a layer of white glue. After it dries it's sealed and the E600 doesn't smear the ink!

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