Wedding Anniversary Gifts by YearFirst: Paper
Fourth: Fruit or Flowers
Sixth: Candy or Iron
Seventh: Wool or Copper
Eight Bronze or Pottery
Twelfth: Silk or Linen
Day 10- Use Your Neighborhood for Inspiration
Part of the neighborhood that I live in is an openly LGBT community, so for today's crafting I chose to use the rainbow for inspiration. Thank my husband for that idea... I had seen a photo on Pinterest awhile back where someone had split the stem of a rose and put each part into different colored water. It then became a rainbow colored rose. I attempted this same idea with a bouquet of carnations.
One of the problems I immediately ran into was trying to cut the stem into multiple pieces. I was only able to cut the large stems into two sections and that was still pretty challenging. And this didn't end up working out so well. They didn't take the color!
So I put them in the glasses separately and it turned out ok...