Posts Tagged ‘Rainbow’
Here's a quick and easy DIY I found on Studio DIY to make a vertical rainbow garland.Rainbow parties are all over our site. If you're throwing one, and need a simple backdrop that has a lot of impact, and you've got some colored tissue paper, a stapler, and a pair of scissors, you're in business! To see the whole tutorial, head to Studio DIY.
This week's party photo collage comes from Karina R's Rainbow 80's Party. Great 80's outfits and hair!!
Have you seen these rainbow Easter eggs making the rounds? Nike from Thrive created them with rainbow Jello. I thought they were so beautiful I had to post them.
You just need egg molds, a clean syringe, and Jello in a rainbow of colors.
Take a look at the whole tutorial from Thrive. It doesn't seem that hard, and how cool when you're done... Don't you want to touch them?!
This week's party photo (or should I say party collage) comes from Brandy K's Picasso Art Party.
Cupcake push pops are the hottest party trend right now, so I had to show off these incredible rainbow ones! Check out the rest of this beautiful art party. Brady did such an amazing job!
Rainbow themed parties are some of my favorites because of all the decor possibilities. When Wendy B threw her daughter this Rainbow Party, she added so many great touches, including this gorgeous rainbow wreath.
Wendy put together this tutorial on her blog, Ramblings From the Sunshine State, on how she made it, and has kindly let me repost it. So take a look at how amazingly easy this is to make...
- $1 wreath form from the Dollar Tree
- Tacky glue
- Baby yarn
- Glue gun
- Baker's twine
Wendy first cut strips out of the batting (which doesn't need to be perfect) and wrapped it all around the wreath.
She wanted to add some rainbow bunting to the wreath so she cut triangles in the felt, glued them together...
How absolutely adorable, Wendy!! Thank you for the tutorial!
Please check out Wendy's other incredible parties on our main site. She definitely know how to throw an amazing party. And to learn more about Wendy, take a look at her blog Ramblings From the Sunshine State.
Art parties are one of my all-time favorite themes and I love when they show up on our main site. You can see from these parties how creative you can get with the decor, plus you have a built in activity for your guests. Brilliant!
Kate P's Art Party
Lisa W's Paris 'Frida Kahlo' Party
Jill's Pink & Zebra Art Party
Mandy H's Faith's 6th Rainbow Art Party
Here's something we've been seeing on our main site for a while: whirly pops!
I'm not saying the moms at your parties will be happy with you serving their kids these gigantic sticky, sugary treats, but they do look great on a dessert table, work well as party favors, and are just so darn pretty. (Click on the photos to see what parties they came from.)
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I love posting photos of the gorgeous cakes we get on our site. I'm continually blown away by the talent. Take a look and tell me which one is your favorite. I can't decide.
Brittany S's Casino 40th Birthday
Charynn O's Madelyn's 4th Birthday Party
Nicole W's A Magical Cornish Fairy Affair
Candace M's Janelle's Pixie Hollow Birthday
Brittany S's Super Mario Party
Frog Prince Paperie's Modern Dinosaur Birthday Adventure
Veronica B's Alice's Garden Party
Corrie S's Sophie's Everything Purple Baby Shower
Tonya S's Bears and Bees Birthday Party
Rebecca G's What are Little Boys Made Of?