Yearbook Votive D.I.Y.

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We're so excited to share our first webisode! We're calling this new project The Red Velvet Workshop. In this series we will be teaching DIY projects, recipes and beauty tutorials! Our first episode shares how to make these pretty yearbook votives. We used our parent's yearbook photos! Enjoy….

3Thanks so much for taking a peek at our brand new series! Happy Monday…. Elsie

  • wow, cool idea 🙂 result is great
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  • Thanks for this great idea. I am going to use this for my daughter’s high school graduation party as table decorations– with photos of her from the years– and maybe she can make some to give her friends with photos of them together over the years.

  • This is perfect decor for a high school reunion! Thank you!

  • There are some exciting points with time in this article however I don’t know if I see all of them center to heart.Lovely website! I am loving it!! Will come back again.

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  • So fun! I am going to do this as a wedding shower gift with the engagement photos! Thanks for the tutorial.
    Sally

  • what did you use to stick the pictures to the jar? can i just use normal white craft glue?
    also, when you say normal copy paper, do you mean white A4 paper, or a thicker kind?

    this is beautiful, cant wait to make one! 🙂

  • I just loved this idea! I’ve been in charge of our highschool reunions over the last 15 years and did use mason jars for a decoration last time.
    This would be really neat to copy our highschool pictures out of our yearbook and decorate with the candles etc. Thanks for sharing and giving me a new idea.

  • I’m totally going to do this with my bestie’s ultrasound pictures and wedding pictures! so excited! thanks for the great idea!

  • This would be great for like high school reunions…. would be great center pieces!!!

  • It’s an amazing idea! I’d like to write a post in my blog about this idea, may I?

  • so sute ,love it !

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  • I can’t wait to see more videos like this one!! you girls are incredible and so cute 🙂

  • LOVE this – and I love the video! I’m excited to check out y’all’s upcoming video tutorials!

  • Ohhh, I love this! I like the vintage feel of your website too. Great motif!

  • You two are so adorable! Love the tutorials! Excited to see more. 🙂

  • That was so cute! You girls did great, and looked beautiful 🙂
    xo Jac
    thesunshinedistrict.blogspot.com

  • I loved your first video! How fun. Can’t wait to see more.

    Kindness is the best accessory,
    Rebecca

  • it’s nice to see. but how it will be to dringk?

    anyways good post and good content, i personally feel very good reading this post.keep it up and keep going.

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  • AH! Elise, you have the cutest voice! And that’s a really lovely project idea, too, woudl probably work withany old family photos…mmm…Christmas present ideas buzzing…

  • CONGRATULATIONS on your new projects! It’s so much fun! I love it! It’s soooo… 60s! Like a tv show from another era. Loved the music, the decoration, your styling, everything! So cute!

  • Could write the material forward with what you are doing the craft? I am spanish and I really love your blog, but my nivel of English is not good enough to understand everything 🙁 Thanks for the video! It’s great just like you!

  • You girls were made for TV! What a fabulous episode and a super fun DIY. Just gorgeous!
    Sophie x

  • Awesome! I’m so excited you are doing this! It is much more likey that I will put it to practice if I see an example. The video is excellent quality too! Nice job 🙂

  • As much as I like all your beautiful posts and tutorials, I feel like this blog has turned into a DIY website controlled by robots. It’s ok if you want to change your theme and make it a little bit more bussiness-y, but you are so cold now.. It’s like you barely notice your readers.. like you’re not even there. 438 people (including me) have left you the sweetest birthday wishes and you haven’t even say a tini tiny thank you.
    All this thoughts have been on my mind for a very long time now.. I don’t know. Maybe you just don’t care that much
    xx

  • You two are so cute! I love the video!!! It is so well done and very fun! Great job! Can’t wait for more!

  • This is a neat idea. I like the idea of doing it with photobooth pictures, too.

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  • oh, my god, you two are so lovely!!! I´m Julieta, from Argentina, i read your blog since may of this year and i try to read it every day. I love your vision of love, life, fashion and altough i´m not fan of vintage clothing i really like the work you do. Here in argentina we speak in spanish so, sorry for my english. I want to thank you for show me beauty is evrywhere. I really like you blog.
    Best of luck in your workshops!!

  • Wow, what an adorable video! Really sweet project too, especially loved knowing that you were using your parents’ yearbooks.

  • Please do more of these.

    I nearly died from a cute overload, you two are the cutest sisters in the world!

  • you two are so cute on video! and i love this project. so fun to use your parents’ yearbook photos!

  • so cute! hope the other “filler” picture people were classmates your parents got along with!! 😀

  • adorable!
    i’m just in love with this blog! i want to do everything everytime!
    so creative and simple!
    i’ll be waiting for more videos!

    xoxo from brazil!

  • It sounds like an exciting project! Thanks for giving me the idea, can’t wait to work on it.

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  • This video was just perfect. You both are so lovely, & I know I personally learn better visually then to just read it off the internet. Can’t wait to see more!!

    <3

  • I love this new extension of Red Velvet! This video is so cute and well made.

    Also, I collect vintage 17 magazines to and love that you display yours on your coffee table! I did my final senior project on “the changing roles of women as reflected in 17 magazine” Needless to say, it was the best research project ever 🙂

    love, Brittan

  • how exciting!! that is so awesome that you are doing videos now!

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  • Thats so cute. I’m going to do that for my after prom pics 🙂

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  • elsie and emma’s so cute. i also liked the background song <3 <3 more video tutorials! cheers!

  • i loved it! you girls are cute! i didn’t know you are sisters. DUH where have i been?

  • This is so cute, it is so funny see you in movement and hearing your voices! Great video and easy DIY!

    Besos

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  • you have always cute ideas
    love it!
    camilla
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  • I love this! Will have to try this out for sure

    -andrea lynne rose

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  • These are such a cute creative way to remember people!

    -andrea lynne rose

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  • Yay!! Great idea! i can’t wait to see more Red Velvet videos!! Kisses from Spain,

    Nerea

  • how cute!!! and so funny to see and hear you guys talk, when we are use to pictures:) looking forward to many more!!!

  • what awesome christmas presents these would make for family members!!! totally doing this! and the video was great! can’t wait for the next episode!

  • you two are too cute! we did something similar for my grandparent’s 50th anniversary and my grandma still has them today 🙂

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  • That is so adorably cute! Thank you so much for sharing this idea!
    Good luck!

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  • This is so cool! My image of you totally changed a bit when I heard your voices. Now you’re even more likeable than you already were!

  • Super cute and easy to understand video! I definitely think videos for the hair tutorials would be great, because some of them can be a bit hard to follow. Keep it up, ladies! 🙂

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  • I loved it! I actually got a little misty-eyed watching the video because I’ve been reading for so long, and it was crazy to see the two of you “in person”. Like, “Oh, so THAT’S you!”

  • Your ideas are AMAZING! And you can’t find a single thing on your site that isn’t infused with pretty… Love the yearbook idea for graduation parties too.

  • I absolutely love this new series! It’s so fun to be able to see how you guys are almost in real life!

    Fang Ting
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  • Such a cute project and I love the video! If I had more time before Thursday I would totally make a few of these for our Thanksgiving table of all our family members. 🙂

  • hold the phone… you gals are SISTERS?! Where have i been.. that’s even more adorable! You pulled off a really sweet look for your videos.. great work. :o)
    Mel
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  • OMG I love the video…you guys are the CUTEST sisters/team ever! Can’t wait for more videos to learn from you! You guys kill me you are so cute!

    XO

  • I just discovered your blog and I LOVE it! Thank you thank you for sharing your creativity and inspiring the rest of us to get a little creative:) XO

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  • This is actually very cool, but in Poland there are not many schools in which the Year Book is a tradition. In mine it wasn’t. 🙁

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  • That was so great, I can’t wait to see more webisodes! The first one came out so well!

  • ahh! i’m so excited about this new series! you guys did an awesome job! looking forward to more! YAY!

  • This is a really cute idea! Can’t wait to make some of my own! Thanks so much for sharing (:

  • This is such a fun and clever idea! The end result is so pretty. I can’t wait to see more from this series.

  • This was great! The video looks amazing and you two just look gorgeous and totally natural. I can’t wait for more.

    p.s. Happy belated birthday Elsie xoxo

  • so crazy to finally hear voices!! haha, you always have an idea of how people sound, but its so different than how they actually do!! loved this tutorial! i can’t wait to make this!! i’m going to have to dig for some yearbooks now!! 🙂

  • Wow I totally love your first video blog! So cute.

    I didn’t really expect your voices to sound like that…not sure what I expected…

    But you guys are so cute and I love you even more now!

  • Absolutely LOVE the video! You guys are so adorable! Hope I’ll be as pretty as you both one day. Would love a Red Velvet makeover 🙂 x

  • That’s so fun! I have a ridiculous amount of mason jars from a bachelorette party I through this summer, so now I have something to do with them!!

    -meesch
    http://www.aperfectkindofday.com

  • really cute idea and great work with the camera.

    it’s like you both never did anything else 🙂

  • Yay Red Velvet Workshop! So cute. I agree, it’s fun to finally put a voice to a familiar face 🙂 Can’t wait for the recipes…

  • oh ladies you are SO FREAKIN’ CUTE. cant wait for more of theeeeeeeeese!

  • Oh this is great, Emma and Elsie are so cute, and the tutorial is pretty and the way you gave the instructions made it so easy. I love that you are doing this red velvet workshop

  • Congrats on your new project!
    Great idea. Great video.
    I look forward to seeing more.

  • Oh wow, you RV girls get more inspiring everyday! Love the video and the project. Can’t wait for more!

    Joanne x

  • What a fun idea and cute video! Looking forward to more episodes!

  • You two are adorable!! I recently paired up with my twin sister to start a business. I hope we are just as successful as you are! This is a great present idea for your parents! Love it!

    Warmly,

    Elizabeth

  • I love it, you girls are too cute!!! I’m so excited about seeing more of these great videos in the future 🙂

  • You are the cutest sisters ever! Love the dresses and BELTS!

    And fabulous idea for an old yearbook, gotta try this!

    Keep the videos comin’!!

  • any way you can do a tutorial on the hair styles? I am totally lost on how to do any of them (especially the rag rolls).

  • Super cute workshop tutorial! I am so excited you will be adding video blogs, it was so well done and easy to follow 🙂

    Andrea

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