Cinderella-Themed-Party

Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo… cardboard blumebox flower vases are transformed into table centerpieces for this adorable Cinderella themed birthday party for one lucky Princess Madison who turned 4.

Customized signs can be created on your own or purchased through an online business that can make the perfect signs suitable for the party of your choice. For this magical blue and pink Cinderella themed party, Playpatterns produced customized signs that were used as centerpieces for the tables throughout the ball.

Simply insert a stick between two signs add a bow and then place mounted sign into a blumebox. Fill with candy, tissue or just about anything that will keep the sign upright and somewhat secure.

Just like magic you have one yourself some gorgeous Cinderella centerpieces fit for a royal gathering!

Be sure to click on over to HWTM for so many more blue and pink Cinderella themed party ideas that were created by Queen Dayna (Madison’s mom).

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Posted on April 3rd, 2014 at 3:38 pm
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make-a-woodland-inspired-holiday-table-decoration-with-blumebox

I love me some woodland inspiration, so it was a no brainer that my holiday table would be adorned with elements of this rustic theme. Good thing I was not tardy with my holiday table as I am with posting this idea! But better late than never!!

The centerpieces were very simple but placed on top of kraft paper runner, plates and my family of fawns, this table was so awesome in the most simplistic and mid century modern way.

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Posted on February 13th, 2014 at 5:29 pm
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make your own valentine's day succulent box

Let’s not over think things upcoming holiday people. Valentine’s Day is not just for lovers….its for friends, teachers, co-workers. It’s a day to say “You Rock!” . . . “Thank you for being you”. . . “Just because”.  So, with this simple formula we bring you a simple,  oh so cute and fun gift idea with washi  tape (a fave of ours), a blumebox and a 4″ potted succulent.

Select your favorite color blumebox and patterned washi tape. Open blumebox till the bottom locks into place and the blumebox is sturdy. Begin by tearing various lengths of washi tape and place on blumebox. Adjust direction of washi tape to take shape of a heart.

Pop the blumebox liner (that comes with the blumebox) in the base of box followed by the succulent and you voila!

Make one or make duplicates, this is a cute, clever and easy DIY valentine for some lucky peeps!

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Posted on January 28th, 2014 at 11:38 am
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Design-your-own-patterned-blumebox

Recently, I purchased paint pens in both gold and silver and lets just say that these things rock! They seem to work on most surfaces, including a blumeboxa cardboard floral container. It takes a few practice rounds to get used to the flow of ink, but once you master that, there is no stopping you!

The paint pen fun commenced this holiday season.  I have found us hitting numerous holiday parties and that often means showering the host with a wee gift of thanks. Whether it be flowers, plants, libations, sweets or an ornament, there is a blumebox for any sized token of appreciation. Onto the fun part. . . Decorating the blumebox cardboard container!

I recommend having the blumebox flat for ease of drawing. Pick up that paint pen and start drawing, writing, scribbling till you have yourself a personalize gift box! It seriously is that simple and the drying time is nothing. We are talking five minutes people! Just have fun!

We would love to see what you come up with, so share some of your personalized hostess gifts ideas over on our Pinterest board.

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Posted on December 19th, 2013 at 2:38 pm
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Christmas-2013--Cookie-stand-with-washi-tape

Hosting a holiday party or heading to a cookie exchange . . . We have a cute holiday project that can be made quickly with a blumebox and washi tape.

Any size blumebox will suit. Pictured here is an 8″ cream blumebox. Proceed with wrapping the blumebox with washi tape in the desired pattern. Keep it simple (as shown to the right) or take it up a notch and have some fun with washi and make a tree out of it! We saw this idea over on Confetti Sunshine who had a post on handmade ornaments, and we thought it could work really well on a blumebox.

Show us what you come up with this holiday season by sharing ideas on our Facebook page and Pinterest boards.

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Posted on December 9th, 2013 at 8:54 pm
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