Post # 1
So, I’ve been racking my brain for ideas for DIY cufflinks… of course at first I was thinking starfish.
BUT, I understand not EVERYTHING in the wedding can be full of starfish, including mike’s groomsmen… So, I went searching. First, I found these…
if you can’t tell they are champagne bottles and corks…
Well… then i thought to myself… what do all the groomsmen like… BEER!!!
SO i just ordered blank pairs of cufflinks off of ebay for less than a dollar a pair, and plan to use the furnace here at work to melt some of our resin, pour it in the cap, pop in the cufflink, let cool… BAM cufflinks. Not to mention… THANK YOU YUENGLING for using our wedding colors on your bottle caps… ALSO, for the one and only groomsmen that doesn’t drink lager… my very own brother… his very own, custom, one of a kind set of, still matching, champagne of beers, high-life cufflinks!!!
And well, since I ordered 10 pairs of cufflinks and I only need 6 I plan on making some for the ushers as well.
Post # 3
That sounds easy and still super personal. Cool idea!
Post # 4
As Yuengling lager is my own beer of choice, I can really appreciate this element. My only fear is that beer bottle caps are kind of large for cufflinks? Maybe?
Post # 5
that’s a really neat idea….hmmmmm…..brewing happening in the brain…lol!!
Post # 6
what a creative gift. Love Yuengling!
Post # 7
I grew up very close to Pottsville Pa, the home of Yuengling. I may have to make a pair of these for my FFIL! He would love them! GREAT idea!
Post # 8
amaryllis here is a smaller option with the same effect… i thought about them being to big also… but this looks just as do-able!
Post # 9
ooo yes yes i forgot to mention, i live about 30 mins south of Pottsville and one of our first dates was actually to the brewery!!!!
annnnd heres a secret… my surprise gift to my hubby is a grooms cake that looks like a yuengling cap!!
Post # 10
Sweet, I’d love to see how they turn out once you make them. Love me some Yuengling