Posts Tagged ‘Garland’
Virginie, from That Cute Little Cake is here today with us to show us how to make a vintage-looking scrap fabric banner, which is perfect for the 4th of July!
This fabric garland is a fun and easy way to decorate for the 4th of July. I love its rustic look!
Well, I just made this one in about ten minutes with some free printables from the HP Summer Celebration newsletter. I love these mini paper flags. I can think of so many uses for them.
I also made this cool retro garland. It makes me think of an old-fashioned couty fair.
I want to introduce our first official contributor to the Catch My Party blog... Wanessa of Wanessa Carolina Creations! Wanessa is such a creative powerhouse, born in Brazil and now living in the US, Carolina adds a multicultural touch to every beautiful thing she does. Be on the lookout for her lovely printables and fantastic DIYs.
In fact, check out this delightful collection of FREE "Bunnies and Birds" Easter Printables she designed. I not only love the pastel colors, but I love all the great chevron and polka dot patterns!
Anitria from With Envy Parties designed these classic and traditional "Give Thanks" Thanksgiving printables and we are lucky enough to get to give them away. I love all the pretty leaf garlands... Thank you, Anitria!
The collection includes: invitations, menus, party circles, drink flags, favor tags, blank place cards, filled-in food labels, water bottle labels, "I'm thankful for..." cards, wine bottle labels, and patterned paper. Phew, that's a lot!!
Here's why Etsy is so incredible. Look at all the phenomenal handmade items I found for Thanksgiving. These put a smile on my face.
Have you heard of festooning? It's one of my new favorite party craft decorations. I first learned about it when I saw this photo on Jen Smith's Jilly Bean Kids Facebook page.
In case you don't know, festooning is crepe paper fringed garlands that comes in 25' rolls in all these colors.