Yet another one of the many little projects I did for my sister’s 30th birthday party. (See “Big Numbers” post and “Cake Toppers” post for other birthday DIY crafts.) These photo ornaments are really simple way to add a little personalized pizzazz to lots of events–not just your christmas tree. Advertisements
Another addition to my sister’s 30th Birthday Blowout were these crafty cake toppers. They actually turned out to be a little heavier than I intended, so I didn’t end up sticking them in the cake. Instead, I bought two little candle vases from the dollar store, filled them with M&Ms and stuck the “3” and …
For my sister’s 30th birthday I went all out. I planned a surprise party complete with a bartender, DJ, and plenty of DIY crafts! One of my favorite crafts for this party was the big, glitzy “30.” This accent was a hit as a decorative piece that doubled as a great photo prop.
After learning the groom’s infatuation with stuffed olives, I deemed a unique and appropriate gift for the bridal shower. But the single apparatus alone would not suffice, so I added a personal touch by creating a book of recipes “stuffed with love.”
I made these tanks as part the goody bags I assembled for my best friend’s Bachelorette Party. All the guests wore them to the aerial yoga class we had in the weekend itinerary. I realize it may not seem ideal for some to schedule a fitness class during a bachelorette party, but it was an obvious outing …
While searching for decorative ideas for my mom’s 60th birthday party, I came across this “Dressed Up Solo Cup” blog post. I also highly recommend this tutorial for photo transfer to little glass candle holders. Since my mom’s birthday party was during the daytime, I opted for glass vases (from the dollar store…hint, hint).
I made another bride and groom liquor bottle engagement gift for some friends. See the original post here. I love this gift because it is practical, since alcohol is always a welcome gift, and it is cute!