Crafting tools every DIY bride needs

Do-it-yourself weddings are very popular these days and it’s not hard to understand why. They offer couples the opportunity to showcase their creativity and have everything they have hoped for. Although they are not for everyone, DIY weddings certainly rock. The question now is whether you too should take the do-it-yourself route. Yes, you should. You have the chance to make your own décor and even your wedding dress. The best thing of all is that you don’t have to spend a great deal of money. Personalised wedding ribbon isn’t expensive and neither are other supplies. If you’re seriously thinking about being a DIY bride, you need to get your hands on the right crafting tools. This is what you will need.

Ruler

No matter what you’ll be doing, you have to make an investment. Spending your money on a ruler is worth it. This measuring device helps you ensure that you are meeting the required size limits. You need a ruler in your craft arsenal, there’s no doubt about that.  When you’re cutting, you need to have a straight line. You can’t buy just any ruler from the store. If you’re working with the sewing machine, for instance, you’ll need a special kind of ruler. Rulers for sewing projects are lighter and more manageable. The type of measuring device you’ll be using depends on what projects you’re undertaking.

Scissors

Scissors are the tools of the trade. You’ll need a good pair of scissors to be able to cut ribbon and other fabrics. You’re taking the DIY, so you should think about getting a new pair of scissors. But what do you get from the scissors aisle? If you’re cutting fabric like tartan, buy sharp scissors. On the other hand, if you are sticking to paper cutting, reach for a traditional cutting instrument.  The brand that works best with all kinds of materials is the one with the orange handlers. You’ll be sure to recognize it.

Adhesives

Having the right adhesives makes the difference. There is a right kind of glue for the job, so make sure that you don’t pick out the wrong one. Large craft stores have everything you could want. If you have school glue round the house, then you can use that. School glue is great because it’s non-toxic and easy to clean up. Regardless of whether you’re working with paper or ribbon, you need to have adhesive.