Post # 1
There are so many great how-to on aisle runners on this site.
I wanted to up the WOW factor so I experimented with adding glitter and 3-D paints.
All supplies were purchased at Michael’s
Aleen’s Fast Grab “Tacky” Glue $2.99 (tined light pink)
Tulip Fashion Glitter pastel pink $2.99 ea. (I used a total of six containers, I mixed all six together so the color for color consistency)
Tulip Glitter 3-D Paint in siliver for the names $3.49
Fabric: Ivory cloth runner 44″ W x 125 ft. $160 w/shipping from Sandscript
Trimmed with pink 1.5″ continuous ribbon.
I have also added a picture of a non-woved black runner ($49) for at a lower price point.
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Post # 3
OMG!!! I LOVE IT!!! I can’t wait to do this!!
Post # 4
Holy cow! When you were describing the supplies you used I didn’t think it would come out that crisp! That looks fantastic!
Post # 5
Wonderful!!! I am DIYing my aisle runner too. I almost ordered from Sandscripts but decided to buy fabric from JoAnn’s. I can’t wait to paint it. Thanks for sharing
Post # 7
That turned out great! Awseome job
Post # 8
I love the way it turned out!! Did you use a stencil or hand drew it? I didn’t plan on doing a runner but I love yours!
Post # 9
Thanks eveyone…I am currently working on a broch bouquet, I will post pix when complete.
Post # 10
How did you get the lines so perfect? Did you just trace or did you use a stencil or something… I don’t get how the glue didn’t sort of bleed & spread!!!?