DIY Party Decorations
For my son's first birthday we had a Very Hungry Caterpillar Party. These decorations would be perfect for that but you can also use them for tons of different parties. Just choose your own colours. DIY POP-HOLDER A "pop holder" is really easy to make and is a cute way to display your lolly pops, cake pops and anything else you can think of on a stick :) Here is how we made ours: Materials: Foam block (we used flower foam this time as I already had it at home and they were wrapped sweets and…
Girly & Glitterful Peter Pan Party // Hostess with the Mostess®
Girly and Glitterful Peter Pan Party with a Neverland map party sign, gold feather favor tags, and a Peter Pan hat cake topper with a glittery gold feather!
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HOW TO Pirate Cannons The tubes from rolls of carpet (visit a carpet store and you can usually find these out the back if you ask) can be cut to about 2m in length (take your saw to the store)
Cardboard Ship Wheel & Fake Portholes
I am excited to share with you a few fun crafts I constructed for my dad’s 60th birthday this past weekend! We surprised my father by hosting a murder mystery dinner. The murder mystery game took place on an early twentieth century ship, and as the hostess, I thought I should add a few theme-related decorations to my house for the party. These party decorations included a cardboard ship wheel and fake portholes. These ideas would be PERFECT for a pirate or ocean themed birthday party f…