by Alix Sorrell
St. Patricks Day is just around the corner and it’s been a long winter so why not cheer someone up with this fun rainbow treat box! This is an easy to make craft & a great excuse to use some gold foiled coin chocolates. This box is a great post-Valentines Day way to let someone know you’ve been thinking of them, and who knows, you might even get lucky!
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It gets to that point when your children are old enough to know to ask for cartoon parties (ie: Ninja Turtles or Spiderman.) So this year when my son uncharacteristically asked for a “Golden Party” I took the theme and ran with it before he could change his mind.
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Bursts of silver and gold explode exuberantly as you count down the hours, minutes, and seconds ‘til the New Year! These star burst garlands would look amazing strung around your New Years Party or scattered across a table or bar. If you have time before Christmas, you could even turn them into ornaments for your tree! Cheers!
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Add just a little bit of sparkle to your cupcakes with these simple gold mini-wreaths. Bonus – they are so easy they take about 10 minutes to make, and 7 minutes of that is waiting for the hot clue gun to heat up! You can alter the bows to match your party décor colors. Wouldn’t a bright red bow be so cute too?
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Whenever I put silver and gold together, I can’t help but think of Christmas. Make these miniature star piñatas and fill them with all the silver and gold treats you can find – they’re everywhere this time of year! Wouldn’t it be fun to make these as party favors for an all silver and gold party this winter? (P.S. Even more metallic ideas!)
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