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princess party decor ideas

Have a daughter? Then choosing a theme for your girl’s party is no problem, rock princess theme! All little girls love to feel like princesses and you can easily make your daughter feel like they are hosting such a party.

Princess party decor

Pink is your best friend when decorating for a princess-style party. Use the different shades to decorate the entrance, rooms, tables and other things. Make cute centerpieces out of glitter sticks and pink pom poms or gold candle holders and silk roses. Pink and fuchsia balloons and balloon arches are perfect for such a party decoration. Use glitter crowns, for example, make a pink pompom and cover it with a glitter crown. It can serve as a great centerpiece. Pink and glitter monograms are great decorations, and you can spice up pink plastic cutlery with stick-on beads and gems.

Princess party goodies

Rock everything pink! Popcorn, marshmallows, candy, pops, fruits and berries and all kinds of desserts. Order a fantastic Disney castle cake for your girl and her friends, make marshmallow pops, and pink popcorn can be put in paper cups for treats or favors. Pink candies in tiara jars can be great favors.

Washi tape is one of my favorite craft materials because it is very easy to buy, cheap and incredibly easy to craft, even children and unskilled craftsmen can make it. There are many colors and patterns to choose from, and you can make your own, so washi tape is perfect for different types of spring decor. Let's see what you can do with just one washi tape.

Creative clocks are the right pieces to add an accent, and a bold clock is a great idea for spring decor. It will definitely liven up your interior. Check out the source for how to make this colorful washi tape clock.

There are thousands of ways to decorate eggs for Easter, and here's an easier idea to do it - with washi tape. Take a washi tape of different colors and patterns and just stick it to the eggs to make them bold and cool.

You won't believe how easy it is to customize a simple vase for spring! The whole craft is to wrap the washi tape around the vase. It's easiest if you pick a part that's pretty straight up and down, not a curvy section. Otherwise, it will be difficult to put on without it wrinkling.

This colorful wreath is of course dedicated to Easter and is made of plastic eggs. Decorate them with washi tape before attaching them to the wreath and you have a fun and daring piece! Add colored tape according to the washi tape colors and voila.

Add a splash of color to your home with decorative tape that is easy to remove, e.g. B. Redesign vases. Adjust dreary bottles, vases and mason jars in no time with a few strips of colorful washi tape - perfect for a quick spring freshen up.

Carrots are one of the symbols of spring and Easter, and you can make some with standard spools of thread and bold washi tape. These carrots can be used as card holders or just as a decoration for an Easter table decoration.

This wreath is a great spring! The craft is pretty simple, all you need is a wreath shape and a mint colored washi tape. Cut it so that each piece is a leaf shape and overlap the leaves as you attach it. The wreath is a very simple craft and includes the time of year.

These tea lights are not only adorable, they are also economical. Find them for sale and grab your washi tape. Combine patterns and tealight colors. Have fun and decorate for spring.

Mint cans are great! You can reuse them for almost anything - a pill box, hairpin holder, craft supplies - and larger ones can be reused as a mini sewing kit or even to stash your credit cards in your clutch bag. Read on to see how easy it is to make your own upcycled mint jar.

Pallets are very popular for crafting, and you can use craft sticks to mimic them and make small coasters. Cover them with colorful washi tape to upgrade them for spring.

Take the usual plastic eggs and fill them with candy and other stuff for Easter. Then cover them with various washi tapes to make them bolder and cooler - it's such an easy spring craft!

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Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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