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I got inspired last week and now all I want to do is make these fun party hats. Just like the 3-Layer Cake Hat we made on Monday, this Birthday Candle Party Hat is simple to build with supplies you have at home. This would be sweet for a young child’s birthday and really is super easy to make.
Click through for directions for the whole post. The dotted background was from this potato dot artwork post.
It is no secret I have a tiny obsession with piñatas. But sometimes I think it is a shame to hit them to pieces because they are so pretty. Lately I’ve been using them a little differently, as presents. I make a smallish piñata (about 11″ tall) and then fill it with treats then give them to a friend for a birthday or special occasion. I love them because it doesn’t take much time 1-2 hours (an evening of movie watching) and they feel really special to give. One of my friends even keeps hers on her desk year round as decoration.
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I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream. Here is an easy project for an ice cream or a sweets party. This colorful and festive garland looks delicious enough to eat, but won’t leave you with any sticky messes. Plus, it takes less than an hour to make! That means you’ll get a little extra time to sneak in a real scoop before all those guests show up. (PS: Check out our giant banana split party.)
Party hats are just so festive and fun; we like to include them whenever we throw a party. But because beautiful party hats are hard to find, most of the time we make our own out of cardstock (basic tutorial here.) This 3-Layer cake party hat is sure to please and is simple to make with materials you probably have at home now. (Click through for full instructions below.)