Plastic Table Cloths - Birthday Party Ideas
Amazing ideas for using plastic tablecloths to decorate a birthday party. Backdrops, swags, curtains ... and so much more!!
LEGO backdrop made by hanging dollar store plastic tablecloths on the wall and taping on paper plates
Just layered two cheap table cloths and cut out tiger stripes. Cut the long ends into strips and tied to keep it all together. Tiger party decor!
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Bless This Mess: Giant Octopus (Igloo cooler covered with dollar plastic table clothes) Drink dispenser and party decor all in one
Buy inexpensive plastic table linens that look like linen.
Craft, Interrupted: Plastic Tablecloth Poms!
An amazing parent made this for a readers theater set. She made it out of two plastic table clothes and a plastic table skirt. Cheap, easy clean up and looked great.
This is a really clever idea! Using red duct tape and a plastic, yellow table cloth to create this awesome back drop! :-)
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Used my in law's new refrigerator box (cut 1 side off) and hot glued plastic table cloths to the inside to make the photo booth! ...unfinished Polaroid frame.
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I just made this video on how to make Rooter Pom Poms! They are quick and very easy to make. Made from $1.00 plastic tablecloths from the dollar store or Walmart. Each one costs only .30 or less to make. Make them for birthday parties, sporting events, football games, political rallies or breast cancer awareness parades!
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Turned the patio umbrella into a Big Top for Ben's birthday party using plastic table cloths and curling ribbon. Total cost $12 and super-easy!
BABY SHOWER ENTRANCE No streamers or balloons here. This is the entry way into a Baby Girls shower. VERY COST AFFORDABLE. Plastic pink table cloths from the dollar store and tissue paper poofs. Total cost = $10.00
made with plastic table cloth but so easily could be done with tissue paper or scrapbook paper
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Easy carnival games using 5' garden stakes, wrapped foam board for sign stapled on over plastic table cloth. All from dollar store!