Ready for this super easy “Do It Yourself” project for the 4th of July?
Wrap a blumebox (or any old box you happen to have at home) with a bandana, tie off with raffia and fill with silverware!
There you have it . . . a silverware caddy for your 4th of July tables!
Summer has officially started, and we are a week away from celebrating our nation’s birthday!
What are you doing to ring in the 4th of July this year? No doubt there will be red, white and blue in your party planning! For fun, festive, quick and easy centerpieces for your tables, check out this pinwheel centerpiece tutorial by customer, Occasionary Co.
Posted on June 24th, 2013 at 10:01 am
Tags: 4th of July centerpieces, 4th of july party ideas, 4th of July table decor, patriotic centerpieces, patriotic party ideas, patriotic table decor, pinwheel centerpiece idea, red white and blue centerpiece ideas
We are loving all these fresh, fun and easy ways to throw a party for a recent grad, from Big Dot Of Happiness. A must see and do are those fabulous “Caps Off” Push Pop Favors that they displayed in 4″ white cube blumeboxes with cakepop inserts.
This is such a great template to be able to apply to whatever school color you are after. Check out Big Dot Of Happiness for all their graduation themed printables.
Whatever you plan to give your DAD (a bottled beverage, BBQ tools, clothing…) this is one cute way to package it all up.
In a few super quick and easy steps you can make one of these up in time for Father’s Day, this Sunday!
2)Cut down paper ribbon to form the shape of a tie and adhere to the blumebox with double stick tape.
3) Fill with gift contents and tissue or other decorative wrap.
This of course would make for some super cute centerpieces at a Tie Party.
There are so many gorgeous details to this chocolate brown, khaki, and white party that would be just as perfect for a Vintage Anniversary party or Valentine’s Day party. We especially oohed and awed over that mouth watering dessert table and hot air balloon centerpiece constructed out of a blumebox! Catering to the vintage theme, each table was a collection of unique and different items that all tied in with one another perfectly!
Now, I have had my share of attempts in making hot air balloons out of blumeboxes, none of which you will find on our Ideas In Blume Blog, because they were just that…attempts! The key to this successful DIY to others I have tried, is the paper lantern. The rigid make up of the lantern allows for easier construction, than that of a balloon.
Check out this How To Make Your Own Hot Air Balloon Centerpiece
What you will need: 1x blumebox (4″ or 5.5″ cube will due), 4 x dowels (12 “long), 4x satin bows, satin ribbon, decals, 1 x paper lantern (6″-8″)
1)Open blumebox till bottom locks. You will not need plastic bag for this, so either fold and place on the bottom of blumebox or do not use at all.
2)Wrap blumebox with satin ribbon to suit. If using, adhere decal on top of the ribbon.
3)Hot glue a bow to each dowel.
4)Hot glue the bottom part of dowels and attach to the inside corners of the blumebox.
5) Place/rest paper lantern between the four glued dowels. Bows should be on outside of dowel.
For credits and more inspiration from this beautiful vintage baby shower, head on over to Operation Shower
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