Let’s Celebrate!

Hi everyone! I’m so excited to be here sharing my first Vintage Street Market projects with you today.

I was drawn to the fun, bright colors of the Party Games kit and knew it would be perfect for some fun party themed projects.

No party would be complete without cupcakes! To start, I embellished the paper liners with the red foil sheet. For the top of the cupcakes, I cut the banner out of the decorative printed paper sheet and made flags by attaching them to toothpicks.

What little boy or girl wouldn’t love a shaker birthday card?   To make the shaker card, I cut a number one out of black cardstock with my cutting machine. Using the negative, I placed confetti into a plastic bag and attached it behind the number.

Don’t send the guests home empty handed. These party favors are quick and easy to make. Simply cut your paper in a rectangle, roll it into a tube and tape the ends together in opposite directions. To dress up the end, I added a strip of the red foil sheet and cut into it to create a fringe.  I used the Numbers Tinted Tape to secure the outside seam.

Once the party is over, whip up a layout celebrating the occasion! I decided to make a layout featuring my father-in-law on his first Birthday. To note his age, I placed a number one wrapped with Twirly Twine over a piece of decorative printed paper layered with pieces of the Numbers Tinted Tape.

I hope this has given you some ideas that you can use for your next party. Thank you so much for coming by!

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4 Responses to Let’s Celebrate!

  1. I LOVE that confetti card!

  2. advintage says:

    This is so cute! Love the foil wrappers and the flag picks! A great party always needs a little fapr and your sour cream containers are swet with the foil edging! Love the card with the shaker window!

  3. Keri says:

    Such great ideas, Diane! Love love love the confetti card, and what a great idea to use the foil and a border punch for a quick upgrade to the cupcake wrapper…awesome! 🙂

  4. jmvintage says:

    Great job, Diane! I love them! 🙂

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