It is really starting to feel like spring. That means it is time to get outdoors. Outdoor crafting and party time call for lots of flowers. I made these simple napkin flowers. I am going to show you how to make napkin flowers with a few easy steps. These are just paper napkins. A while ago I found these marble napkins and have been waiting to find a use for them. They look so pretty as flowers. The napkin flowers would also look great with a solid color. You can use them at each place setting out even put some in a vase for a decoration and guests to grab. I’m sure there are fancier napkin flowers and more complicated ways to make them but I went for as simple as possible.
I’m going to get real with you about this post. I wanted to come up with ideas with things I had in my craft supplies. I’ve been cleaning things out because we just moved. Some stuff I wanted to keep in case I had some use for them in the future. I hate to waste anything and because of that I have hoarded random craft supplies. I had one pink plastic table cloth that has no purpose. A while ago I saw on Pinterest someone had use plastic table cloths to make floating flowers in the pool. I have no idea wear that post was from but I wanted to create my own floating pool flowers. These aren’t the prettiest flowers ever but with a bunch of them I think they would look so pretty in the pool for a party! Also just for an outdoor party. These plastic tablecloth floating flowers are a simple diy decoration that no one will expect. I made 3 of them with one table cloth. These table cloths I got in a pack of two from the dollar store. If you had 5 packs of them you could make 30 flowers! I can tell you how to make them even prettier than my attempt.
It’s already starting to feel like spring here in Phoenix! It is really the best time of year to be outside here. The nice weather made me want to do some outside crafting and make flower crafts. I don’t usually make wreaths but I think I’m going to start making some for every season. This hoop wreath is easy to make and could be fun for indoors to hang on a door or just up on a wall. I just love the things you can make with paper and anyone with any crafting skill level could make this paper flower hoop wreath. As soon as it’s nice out I encourage you to do some outdoor crafting it’s refreshing and nice to get outside. Now I want to have an outdoors girls craft day!
I am sitting here surrounded by boxes getting ready to move. Moving is an exciting and stressful time. I am not an organized person by nature. Since I love crafting I tend to collect things over time and hoard a bit. You never know when you will need some extra toilet paper rolls. It is the time for me to clear all of that out. Soon we will be moving and then comes the celebrations! Instead of really focusing on the moving part I am all ready to plan a party once we are all moved! I made up these cute little housewarming party printables. You will definitely need some fun decorations at your housewarming party and these printables are an easy way to make your house cute and decorated for a housewarming party. Housewarming parties don’t have to be a lot of fuss, just a simple get together with friends.
Continuing with my housewarming fun! First I made little house gift boxes to hand out at housewarming parties or to give to someone who has just moved into a new home. Today I have these cute little gift tags that look like Welcome mats. Ones that say welcome to your new home and to keep you warm in your new home. Kids and adults both need new things for their home. We are in the process of moving across the country and I want to get a little gift for my daughter to get her excited about the move. Usually adults get presents when they get a new home. I think it is a cute idea to get parent’s and kids matching gifts when they move.
Housewarming parties are a great time to bring all your family and friends together to celebrate your new home. Whether you are just doing a small gather of family or inviting a large group of people you want to keep them entertained. I think every party could use a game or two. This isn’t an occasion to have complicated games keep it easy and use what you have around the house or from the move. I came up with some fun housewarming party games that use household items to make it easy.
Here are the housewarming party game ideas:
Right now I am in the process of moving and packing is one of my least favorite things. Instead on focusing on the pile of boxes that surround me in true procrastinator style I am thinking of all the fun we will have with our housewarming party! I also can never think of housewarming gifts to give. These free printable housewarming gift boxes are perfect for little gifts such as gift cards. They look like tiny little houses too! That’s one of the best gifts to give to new home owners gift cards to somewhere for them to start decorating their home. These little boxes are also perfect for a house warming party for tiny favors. They can fit cupcakes, little wine bottles, candy, healthy snack mixes or tiny plants.
Lucky Charms are magically delicious and magically cute! I love this tasty cereal. I decided to use it for a fun little craft too. My daughter and I made little Lucky Charms edible charm bracelets. She loved it. You can eat and craft at the same time. She loves crafts and lately she loves jewelry. In the morning when she gets ready she says it takes a while to get her style. She has to figure out what bracelets and necklaces work with her style for the day. It’s cute that she has a better style than I do. I rarely accessorize, most days it’s yoga pants for me and not a lot of jewelry goes with yoga pants. I do love the girly things and jewelry too. Every once in a while it is nice to take off the mom uniform(yoga pants), get dressed up, and add some jewelry. In the mean time I will settle for edible bracelet crafting!
Ain’t no party like a Lucky Charms Party! Use these fun free Lucky Charms party printables to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day or just your love for Lucky Charms! You could have a cereal bar party and use these fun decorations. They would look cute with rainbow color decorations and balloons. I am not a huge fan of all green for St. Patrick’s Day so I have to go the rainbow route. I absolutely love rainbow everything! You could put these circle decorations on straws, spoons, or as treat toppers. Make cupcakes and sprinkle some cereal on top to make them extra fun!
I have a lot of Lucky Charms in my life. We don’t do a whole lot for St. Patrick’s Day. There are so many holidays to celebrate and you can’t go all out for them all. These little treat bags are an easy way to show someone you care for St. Patrick’s Day. You can also have them with a little milk to make a whole fun cereal treat. I love Lucky Charms, they are one of my favorite cereals. As a kid I may have just picked out the marshmallows to eat but that’s part of the fun. Who doesn’t love those tiny marshmallows?! My favorite were always the rainbows and hearts. I’m not going to lie, some of them I didn’t even know what it was. The shooting stars I thought were little presents. Get these free printable lucky charm treat bag toppers and add them to a little bag of lucky charms for a simple treat.
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