Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Our Top 10 DIY Party Decorations

From the Martha Stewart crafts department ~ Use colored paper
bags with letter stickers to double as decorations. For the banner,
attach plastic cups to ribbon strings with clothespins and make a
game out of who can throw a ping pong ball into different cups!
Chalk board placemats from hardtofind.com.au or you can
easily make them with squares of craft wood and chalk board
From bhg.com for a Christmas or Birthday party ~ buy
artist canvases from a craft shop, wrap with 
wrapping paper and ribbon and hang!

From adaywithlilmama.blogspot.com ~ these utensil holders are made out of tissue boxes and cut up egg cartons!

From laurenconrad.com ~ hanging glass bottles with flowers in them from twine as party d├ęcor. For specific instructions, visit laurenconrad.com.

Another brilliant and easy idea from Martha Stewart ~ All you need is some brown kraft paper folded into a cone shape and attached to the bottom of your balloon. Use a small amount of spray glue on the top of the balloon and add real sprinkles for an extra cute effect!

For a bridal shower or birthday, fill a teapot with flowers and
place on a cake stand with favors!

From cakeeventsblog.com ~ a tin bucket filled with blue tissue paper and little toy sailboats, starfish or sea creatures!

From apairofpears.com ~ DIY bunting. This is so cute and so easy. You can
add this to the top of a cake or between two bottles over a dessert.
Print out some patterned paper and cut into a long diamond shape.
Add some glue and fold in the center over a piece of twine or thin ribbon.
Tie to two wood sticks (super cheap at craft stores) and stick into a cake
or vintage bottles.

From Martha Stewart ~ Step by step instruction on creating your
own tissue pom poms!


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  3. Loved your party decoration ideas will be using them for my nephew’s birthday. Have to do something different this time as last time threw it at one of Los Angeles event venues but now planning to arrange it at home this time and will have most things DIY.