Quick, inexpensive way to display your party utensils: use an empty formula can and wrap in paper and ribbon! #socialcircus

Project Nursery -

Hostess with the Mostess® - SEW CUTE Sock Monkey Party

Project Nursery -

Sock Monkey Birthday Party

Sock Monkey paper flower bouquet

Mason Jar Utensil holders for the fourth of July http://thegardeningcook.com/fourth-of-july-diy-home-projects/

and the food for my sock monkey baby shower. :) The red and blue cards were just construction paper.

How to make paper pom-poms. DIY Baby shower decorations for a boys, girls, and any theme-including the holidays. Really EASY, really cute, really affordable! http://www.better-babyshower-ideas.com

Utensil Wraps for Parties

Lego Birthday Party Utensil Holder

Paper Straws Sock Monkey Party 30 Assorted Paper by ThePartyFairy, $5.00

Cowboy buckets from paint cans

Sock Monkey Paper Pack

DIY sock monkey cake. #DIY #cake

Use chevron treat bags dressed with stickers so guest can take home cookies or treats.

Sock Monkey Paper Circle Garland Red White by PetiteExtravaganzas, $10.00

Party favor tins- made out of empty formula cans and wrapping paper. I spray painted the lids and place a personalized sticker on it.

4th of July Wind chime glue scrapbooking paper around a clean frozen juice-concentrate container, then extending paper a few inches beyond the can. Twist white chenille stems around a pencil for a curly shape, then tape them to the inside bottom edges of the wind sock. Add streamers in the same way. Inside the top, tape two equal-length pieces of fishing line across from each other so the wind sock is balanced; tie together at the top for easy hanging

deocrated soup cans as utensil holders at parties, could go with any theme. would be cute to match birthday present paper around them