The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are four fictional anthropomorphic teenage turtles named after Italian Renaissance artists. They were trained in the art of ninjutsu by their anthropomorphic rat sensei and are among the most popular cartoon characters for children. If you are looking for a nice theme for a little boy’s party then this is it!
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Party Decor
All the decorations are pretty easy to make yourself! Stick to green paint and masks: balloons, pumpkins, paper lanterns can easily be turned into ninja turtle heads. Just take a couple of snipers and cloth or paper for masks. Make green favor bags with masks and pizza tags as we all know turtles love pizza. Make simple cardboard centerpieces – make turtlenecks on sticks and put them in a jar. Decorate the tables in green and other signature colors and create fantastic dessert tables for ninja turtles serving creative food and drinks.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Party Treats
Order or bake awesome Ninja Turtle Cookies, serve green jelly and drinks, use green fruits like apples and grapes as treats. Pizza also turns out good because Ninja Turtle loves pizza very much. Cut out a watermelon and place some fruit in and around it for creative serving. Order a stunning turtle-faced cake and let your kids have fun!
Cane furniture is making a big comeback: We are seeing more and more furniture like this in designer collections and sometimes even on screens. Such items add a retro (70s!) Feel to the rooms and an outdoor feel while being warm and cozy like any wood. If you're looking to make cane furniture and don't know what to create or renovate, here are some simple ideas: you can find storage pieces, chairs, and even a way to add cane to any piece of furniture you like. Get inspired!
Do we love cane furniture? Yes! The usual price? Not as much. If you're looking for a statement on a budget, this clever IKEA hack might be the solution - who doesn't love IKEA hacks? The IKEA Ivar cabinet is so simple that it's pretty much the perfect candidate for a makeover. Throw in a stick and you have a cool piece of furniture that you don't need to break the bank. Remember, this DIY includes saws, drills, and other tools. If you don't own them, we recommend speaking to your local hardware store to see if they can cut your cabinets for you.
Fabric and cane furniture is having such a moment right now, and this piece makes it easy to see why! This stylish piece of pipe is an alternative storage solution for all dishes and glassware in every kitchen - it only takes up a small corner. You don't have to spend a lot for the piece, it's rather budget friendly and cool. Paint it any color that suits your space and enjoy the light feeling outdoors!
IKEA is someone hacking? Here is another IVAR cabinet hack, inspired by the rattan cabinet from the IKEA Stockholm collection and mid-century modern style. Rattan, wooden furniture, bamboo, warm notes, and craftsmanship - so cool and so trendy for now! I love gold ring pulls that add more of that retro style that is so hot right now.
Here we have a renovation of a piece of cane furniture - take an old item and freshen it up for a cool and chic look. It's painted white and freshened up with a few extra details. I love that the cane is left in its original color to give the chair a more rustic and natural feel. It can be a dining or home office chair, it can be suitable for a bedroom or a living room - give your room a trendy touch with cane furniture!
Do another renovation of the cane furniture! Here is a vintage cane chair that has been converted into a bold chair with a strong vintage and shabby chic feel. There is a bold floral pillow and a matching embroidered floral back, and the whole piece is painted white. The look of the chair is pretty bold and cool - who could imagine a cane chair could be turned into something like that?
This cane chair is elegant and sophisticated - it's a white cane chair with refurbished striped upholstery, and its original mid-century modern style morphed into shabby chic and vintage style. It doesn't take much time to renovate, and if the original upholstery is fine you can leave it as it is. Read the tutorial and add a bit of vintage elegance to your room!
The last project isn't an exact piece, it's a whole tutorial on catching furniture yourself. The easiest way to transfer the pattern onto furniture like this dresser is to use caning sheets as stencils. This is a quick and easy tutorial to add an edge to your space. Have fun!