One thing I truly enjoy making are garlands and buntings. I have a couple tutorials here on my site (loop-d-loop paper garland & simplest paper garland), and you’ll find that I love garlands that are a breeze to make. This thread garland is pretty much done in just three steps: fold, tie and snip. Read on to learn…
If it’s not obvious already, my mantra has always been to try DIY instead of buying. Last year, I swiped a honeycomb lantern from a party. Craft geek that I am, I deconstructed it. Who would’ve thunk that it was such a simple thing to craft up? Here’s the tutorial for making DIY honeycomb lanterns.
For the last few parties I’ve helped style, the cakes have been topped with these little buntings. It’s festive. It’s too cute for words. With the right type of paper, it’s sure to match any party theme!
The quickest way to make a get-together a extra special is by adding a few personal touches. Make it extra special with something bright and neon. Here’s a simple way to brighten up a table setting!
I absolutely love making pinwheels. It’s a go-to craft for parties I decorate for. I’ve written a couple other tutorials explaining how to make them (here and here). I’ve been asked to make a video tutorial for it, so here you go!
There’s more to Halloween decorating than spooky sights and sounds. Amp up the fear factor this year with these full sensory spook bowls perfect for your little sweet-toothed trick-or-treaters. Give them something to scream about!
Good things come in tiny packages! I guess one type of candy packaging wasn’t enough for me this year. This year though, there’s an origami theme going on. Here’s a simple triangle origami box or pouch that can hold some loose candy like Skittles or M&Ms.
Earlier this year, I helped with some styling elements for a wedding. One of the things I made were these cool 3D wooden table numbers on a glass-less frame. It was pretty cool having the number pop instead of having the usual flat number. I was asked how I managed to keep the cost down,…