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DIY Party stuff


DIY Party stuff

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Creative cassette tape garlands and centerpieces – Clever homemade VHS “cake stands” paired with slinky backdrops – A photo booth with amazing props and accessories (Just look at that jean vest!) – Neon colors and classic 80′s style fonts patterns – Throwback decor like Rubix cubes, Jenga, Nintendo crazy-haired Trolls

{Radical & Neon} 80s Party Ideas // Hostess with Mostess®

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How to make a party blower

DIY: You Blow Me Away Valentines

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I know we could make these much cheaper. (Wedding Candy Bar Set 7 Bling Wedding $60)

Photo Booth Props 19 Piece Roaring Twenties by kiriwaffles, $41.00

Tracing Paper + Washi Tape + Candy = great favors

Popcorn bar: great "make your own" party snack, perfect for slumber parties, movie night, etc.

Pretty sure even I could make these

Easy fruit dessert in champagne glasses- Bridal Shower

This is cute!!! baby shower idea. I'm going to do it for Reagan's birthday!!!

Party Hat Headband..I don't have a little girl, but this is oh so cute!

How to Create a DIY Photo Booth on a Budget via Andrea Riley & iHeartFaces.com

Instead of the birthday cake slices. Less messy and really cute.

Lace covered mason jar candles

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DIY Edible Pumpkin Candy Chocolate Cups

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I like the idea of ready to serve individual portions! Food for kids party.

Make Your Own Old Fashioned Games... Make Them Pretty too!

Chip Bag Tutorial

BUBBLE PIZZA Preheat oven to 400°. Cut each biscuit into quarters. Place the biscuit pieces in a greased 8 x 8 glass baking dish. Top with sauce and pepperoni, sausage, etc. Bake uncovered for 20...

Halloween Party Decor Ideas - Parties For Pennies

Easiest school birthday treat ever! Fill the cup with candy, add the gift shred for "whipped cream", punch a hole in the lid for the pencil "straw" and add the "cherry" through the large hole already in the lid. Add a label, stickers, etc. to decorate as you wish!

Cupcakes in a teacup! If I have a little girl next, she is so having a tea party first birthday.

pallet, foam, legs from Lowes, cute material