Sprinkle Party Ideas

I love sprinkles so much that I’m tempted to eat them straight from the container when I’m decorating cupcakes! If you share my passion for these colorful bits of sugary goodness, check out the roundup of sprinkle themed party ideas from A Little Tipsy.…

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I absolutely adore the colors in this rainbow painting party from Hostess with the Mostess. In addition to to painting on paper, the little guests at this party had a chance to decorate their own brightly frosted cupcakes. If you’re looking for a gender-neutral theme that would appeal to children within a wide age range, you can’t go wrong …

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If your local dollar store has a large display of colorful pool noodles, pick up a few extras to make this festive Popsicle garland from Oh Happy Day! This is the perfect decoration for any summer party, since it can be customized to suit the color scheme of your choice.…

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I stumbled across this┬ároundup of beach ball themed summer party ideas from Spoonful while helping a friend search for ideas for her son’s birthday party. The inexpensive paper plates decorated to look like a beach ball banner are my favorite featured project, since this is a thrifty way to decorate an outdoor party space.

If you really want to go …

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balloon pop baby gender reveal photo


If you’re expecting, gender reveal parties are all the rage. A cake with pink or blue filling seems to be the most popular way to announce baby’s gender, but gender reveal balloons filled with colored confetti are a fun alternative if you’re looking for something unique. Ever Love Design explains how to make your own giant gender reveal balloon.…

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Printed brown paper lunch bags are a quick and easy way to add a personalized touch to your party. I’ve done this several times for birthday party favor bags, but Oh Happy Day added clip on utensils to make the printed picnic bags practical as well as attractive.

The site’s instructions are easy to follow, but I’d like to suggest …

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straw frame

What a cute way to decorate some party signs. This tutorial shows you how to cover a frame for a party or event. This would also be a cute way to capture a party photo long after the party is over. Paper straws can be found in most discount stores making them (finally) affordable for crafting. Paper Straw Party Frame.

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This fourth of July centerpiece is made using and glitter. It is bursting with patriotism as the straws represent a firework explosion. They could be made on a larger scale for a huge centerpiece or try adding them to a wreath for a fun welcome sign. Firework Centerpiece.

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Makenzie 13th Birthday party

Will mason jars ever become un-popular? ┬áIt doesn’t matter whether you are planning on filling these with Southern Moonshine, wine or juice you are not going to want to spill it. This tutorial shows you how to turn them into a quick sipper style cup. I really love the twist of crepe paper around the middle too. Full tutorial here.

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This movie should have come out in October for Halloween. It looks very dark and quite evil. I am 99% sure I wouldn’t be able to sit through it.

For all the photos and some design ideas check out this link.…

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