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As an event designer I really love any super-quick and easy project. Jordan’s yellow party – awesome! And I don’t even know how often I’ve used her fringey streamers DIY by now. Whipping up lovely decor in bulk is pretty much one of my favorite things. So, today I wanted to show you one of my go-to DIYs when I need to decorate for a party and don’t have a lot of time. I’ve made bunting the regular way: cutting out shape after shape and attaching it to string. The end result sure is great, but really if you want to decorate a bigger space, it’ll take a long time to craft all those garlands. If you’re anything like me, you’ll love this simple way to create bunting from crepe paper streamers in no time at all!
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Spring is one of my favorite times of year, so I love celebrating Easter with fun crafts and decorations! Here are 12 of my favorite Easter crafts from the Oh Happy Day archives. It would be fun to have a craft day and make them all with my friends!
1. Bunny Ear Bags | 2. Calligraphy Eggs |3. Easter Baskets | 4. Easter Egg Pinatas | 5. Faceted Paper Egg Cups | 6. Bunny Cupcake Toppers | 7. Paper Carrot Treat Bags | 8. Party Confetti Egg Game | 9. Watercolor Letter Eggs | 10. Conversation Bunnies | 11. Brown Sack Easter Masks | 12. Paper Carrots
There’s not much cuter than a little creature made out of a peanut. Nestled in their beds of green grass, these charming little Easter bunnies will guard the candies hidden inside. And would you believe that fluffy grass is made out of a green paper napkin!!
by Alix Sorrell
I LOVE foiled chocolate eggs. With that in mind I was inspired to make some easy to craft miniature treat boxes in 3 fun patterns for my favorite springtime candy. Wrap these boxes with bakers’s twine, ribbon, or seal them with a piece of Washi tape and you have an adorable Easter treat!
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