We have a super easy do it yourself today just in time for the 4th of July. We discovered a fun way to add pattern and color to candy!
Separate the paper ribbon so that it is in strips, set stack of candy (in this case we used our favorite, red vines) on top of ribbon and begin rolling paper around candy and seal off with tape, washi tape or stickers.
And presto, you have one fire cracking display cute enough for any 4th of July party!
Get clever this week and start making up some smore’s kits for all those patriotic parties you are headed to. Or if you are hosting a 4th of July party, look to put together these easy red, white and blue smore’s kits as gifts for the guests.
Our inspiration for this very easy, do-it-yourself project started earlier this week when we spotted some very cute printables over on the Anders Ruff site. If you have not ordered printables from them before, the creative folks at Anders Ruff makes it slick! We had our red, white and blue printables in minutes. Be sure to check out all the additional items they carry to make your patriotic bash a firecracking event!
And for more red, white and blue ideas from blumebox, click on over here.
Mustache fever is everywhere and a super cute and clever theme for any party, especially for a little man birthday or baby shower.
Customer, Big Dot of Happiness, carry quite a selection of theme appropriate items that you mustache see!
We loved seeing the clever tissue bow attached to the blumebox lollipop holder to display some marvelous chocolate mustache pops.
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).
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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