Wandering the aisles of the local craft store, I stumbled upon this glitter craft tape that I’d never seen before. Pretty and repositionable, too – so if you mess up, you can just pull it apart and start again. Optional: cut out the birthday kid’s name (or all the guests if you’re feeling ambitious!) in white paper, glue it on flag, and use it as a topper, favor, or place setting.
I try to be a minimalist. I’m quick to throw things away and I can’t stand unnecessary clutter. But all of that goes out the window when it comes to paper napkins. My tiny apartment has no storage space and I’ve still dedicated an entire drawer to their pretty patterns. Paper napkins are just so versatile! They make weeknight dinners a little more special, they’re the perfect compliment to party appetizers, and you can even use them to make garlands! We sell napkins in every color in our party shop. (I’ve currently got my eye on these and these.)
We’ve made a few versions of these party hats over the years, but they’re still one of our favorite DIYs. We love that they’re a little over-the-top and that they look like a giant pile of flowers on top of someone’s head! The DIY is really simple: we used basic paper flower techniques then mixed things up with different colors and textures. We even painted some crepe paper to add in another layer of detail. These would be really cute for a summer garden party or tea party. Make sure you click through below for detailed instructions…