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How To: Make a wedding pomander yourself

The lady presenting the video shows us how to make a pomander ourselves which can be used for decoration in the church or at home or at the reception hall for your wedding. She says that she used artificial flowers which are a bit expensive but you can always use the flowers you want, either real or artificial. She says that the pomander she is going to make has a ribbon going through it so that you can hang it wherever you want. She asks you to pick up a Styrofoam ball and punch a hole throu...

How To: Make a mermaid wedding dress out of newspapers

Looking for something unique to do for your wedding? Hate the idea of going from store to store, looking for the perfect bridal dress? What if you could make your own wedding dress... out of newspapers? This tutorial shows you how to make a bridal gown with a mermaid silhouette (fitted bodice and upper skirt, flaring out at the bottom) using nothing more than a few stacks of newspapers and some clear tape. You'll need a few bridesmaids to help you out, but it's guaranteed to fit!

How To: Arrange a flower wedding corsage

In this video, we learn how to arrange a flower wedding corsage. First, grab a white flower and cut the stem off of it, then wrap floral tape around it. From here, grab a pink flower and do the same process. Next, grab baby's breath and other small leaves and add them to the pink flower and the rose. Use floral tape to wrap these all together until they are all stuck together. When finished, cut off any excess stems to the flowers and you can wear as a corsage! Use pins inside the stems and o...

How To: Create a sweetheart rose wristlet for a wedding

The video shows us how to create a sweetheart rose wristlet for a wedding. The things needed are wrist band, dragon leaves plumosa and some small spray rose. First apply some glue over some rough paper and then slide the elastic wrist band over the wrist. Then the dragon leaf is taken and is given a coat of glue using the rough paper and then the same is pasted on the wrist band upon the plastic backing. Then use some plumosa to add some attraction to the wrist band by pasting it on the drago...

How To: Create a sweetheart rose wire anklet for a wedding

The video shows the making of a rose wire anklet for a wedding. The flower guy in the video takes a string a kind of lengthy wire and makes a small round shape in one end of it, then he inserts the other end through the upper front side of the lady's sandal so that the small circle fits exactly in the portion above the toes, then he glues a red rose and a rose leaf and fixes it in the circle with glue, then he puts the other end of the wire around her leg just above the foot, makes about two ...

How To: Design an exotic bride's bouquet for a wedding

TheFlowergod teaches you how to design an exotic bride's bouquet for a wedding. You will first need a stand for the flower bouquet, which you can make out of plastic or wood. Place the longer stem flowers inside so you have a working station. For this bouquet you will be working with a few ferns as the base and then flowers with similar colors, like red, yellow, purple. The whole bouquet should say warmth and pleasant weather. Once you are done with the designing, you simply extract the bouqu...

How To: Design an accent table centerpiece for a wedding

This is a video that shows how to design an accent table centerpiece for a wedding. The video shows the simple and easier way to do it. First you have to fill the glass with water and fill that with whatever leaf and things that will suit according to you. Keep these things in a direction that bends to the outside of the glass, then add some flowers to it which will make it even better than you can see when doing it. Adding flowers gives it a beautiful look. Finally tie a white ribbon to the ...

How To: Tie a bowtie with Dina

Chances are, unless you go to a large number of formal events, you don't know how to tie a traditional bow tie. Bow ties are classic pieces of fashion, and every man will wind up wearing one at one point or another - whether it be for a wedding, gala, or other type of special event. You don't want to be caught with your tie unraveling, so check out this tutorial and learn how to tie a bowtie, step by step. Pretty soon you will look sharp and confident, wherever you go!

How To: Create several beautiful formal hairstyles and bedazzle them with pins

Yes, it takes a lot of work to be a girl. Before a big event like prom or a wedding, it's almost unheard of to step foot outside your door without a beautiful head of curls pinned up into a low bun, rouge dusted on lightly so as to impart a healthy sheen rather than a ruddy, feverish red, your nail manicured into sparkly, glossy perfection, and a delightful dress with matching heels you spent hours shopping for.

How To: Add rhinestones to your hair for a special occasion

Prom and wedding seasons are fast approaching and there will soon be a ton of occasions where you will need to dress up. In this tutorial, learn how to take some normal craft rhinestones from Michaels or any craft store and velcro them into your hair. By using velcro, you will guarantee the stones stay put in your hair for the entire evening. Adding stones to your hair creates an ethereal, starry night hair look that is perfect for any formal event!

How To: Search Amazon to find wish lists and wedding registries

Someone you know have a birthday or wedding coming up? Search Amazon to see if they've set up a wish list (wishlist) or registry! It's easy. And this brief video tutorial from the folks at Butterscotch will teach you everything you need to know. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started finding wish lists on Amazon yourself, take a look.

How To: Create a wedding photography ad in Photoshop

This Photoshop CS3 tutorial shows you how to create a wedding photography advertisement for a magazine. Using album design techniques in Photoshop, we create a collage-style ad for a bridal magazine. This tutorial is geared towards people who already use Photoshop and have a basic knowledge of the tools and interface.

How To: Tie a necktie with the four-in-hand knot

Need to know how to tie a necktie for a formal event like a wedding or fancy job interview? Try an old standby—the four-in-hand knot (sometimes referred to as the "simple" or "schoolboy" knot). This video tutorial presents a careful, slow-motion overview of the knot tying process and will have you tying perfect full four-in-hand knots in no time at all. Tie a necktie the easiest way with this handy how-to.

How To: Apply makeup to look gorgeous in pictures

It's obviously important to look better than everyone else on your wedding day (sorry, but you know it's true), but even more vital to look great in wedding photos since you'll be looking back at them 10, 20 years down the road and you want to know you looked your best on your special day!

How To: Tie a quick-and-easy half Windsor knot

Looking for a quick and easy way to fasten a necktie? Need to know how to tie a necktie for a formal event like a wedding or fancy job interview? Prefer that your knot not be too bulky? Try an old standby—the half Windsor knot (sometimes referred to as the "double" Windsor). This video tutorial presents a careful overview of the knot tying process and will have you tying perfect half Windsor knots in no time at all.

How To: Make a balloon airplane

FlowerClown demonstrates the art of balloon folding and shows you how to make a basic aeroplane out of a couple of balloons. The balloon aeroplane is a hit among children and and can be used for entertainment purposes at parties, weddings and family events. Just a pop there, a twist here, a turn there, and you have the basic aeroplane all ready to pop into action, it also comes with a long balloon to help pilot this lean mean flying machine. Although don't expect it to bomb the neighbours ann...

How To: Cover up an old tattoo

In this Beauty and Style category video tutorial you will learn how to cover up an old tattoo. The video is presented by Robert Scott, aesthetician from RSFaceBody. You have a life long relationship with your tattoo. But, if you want to cover it up for any event like a wedding, the first choice is to do that with clothing. Of course, it will depend on where your tattoo is. If it can’t be covered with clothing, you may have to use make-up. You start with the lightest foundation first and slowl...