Have fun with some wrapping paper! Wrapping paper is one of my favorite items for party’s! There are tons and tons of cute wrapping paper that you can turn into fun projects and not break your wallet! We have used wrapping paper for backdrops, and table runners and covering up boxes to make stands. For a Frozen Party I found this wrapping paper at Hobby Lobby. Target, Party City and Hobby Lobby always have cute paper designs. Christmas is also a great time to find different types of paper. I found the glitter wrapping paper to cover my furniture at Christmas.
What you need to use for a frozen backdrop:
1 roll of wrapping paper (blue paper found at Hobby Lobby)
1 pack of Command Brand poster strips
Snowflake Variety. Below the big white snowflakes you can find at Hobby Lobby in the wedding section. Other colors purchased during Christmas time, however can also find Snowflakes Here on Amazon
The hardest part is sticking your paper to the wall. Get someone to help you roll your paper out while you apply your command stickers. If you try and do it by yourself like I did, you will be fighting the wrapping paper from rolling! GET HELP! I started applying my snowflakes with my hot glue gun around the corners and worked my way in. Every few snowflakes I applied I took a few steps back to figure out my next snowflake. After the party the snowflakes easily came off the paper and the old glue peeled off easily.
Silver glitter wrapping paper found after Christmas clearance
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Here is a fun, cheap tutorial on how you can make your own Ring Toss for any party. I bought embroidery hoops at Jo-Ann Fabrics. Mine came in a three pack. Over in the fabric section I looked at the quarter samples first to pick my fabric. The quarter size is more than enough for this project.
Here is the fabric I picked out for a vintage cowgirl party. Cut your fabric strip. It doesn’t have to be perfect because you’re going to wrap it around your hoops anyway.
All you do is wrap your hoop with your fabric piece. Start with applying hot glue to your hoop, place fabric over and keep looping it around your hoop until its completely covered, apply another glue dot to seal the fabric. You should only have to apply glue two times.
Next you can find your crate at most craft stores. Use a coupon for best price. You can spray-paint your crate to any color of your party. For the bottles we used A&W Root Beer bottles.
I am a true southerner when it comes to a love for Mason jars. Hobby Lobby has started getting a wide range of products to use with your mason jars.
I love these to use for jams and jellies
These are the ones you can use with the lid and put a straw in the middle. Great for parties.
Don’t forget to use a coupon. Hobby Lobby has an app that updates it’s coupon weekly.
While shopping at Hobby Lobby I came across directions to make your own
A friend of ours made her niece an Elsa cape by revamping a Cinderella costume.
This is a purchased Disney store Cinderella costume dress that she added a piece of fabric and sewed snowflake sequins on to.
This party was so much fun to plan and throw. We went with the Vintage theme because we love shabby chic color schemes. The Birthday girl loves pink and horses. We got a horse for her and guests to ride during the party.
We served mini pies, candy buffet, cupcakes and cookie cake. Sugar overload!
We choose lots of pink items.
Cowgirl Boot Chocolate Suckers
Mold found on Amazon
Treat Bags for Candy Buffet
Tutorial found here
Party Favor Goody Bags for girls and boys
Boys printable here
Ordered main printables on Etsy link https://www.etsy.com/listing/200058169/50-off-cowgirl-shabby-chic-party-package?ref=shop_home_active_17&ga_search_query=cowgirl
Used pie tins to hold food
Country Fair games
For this horse inspired party I chose to stick to the theme of cowgirl. I bought pink and red bubble wands right after valentine’s day but you could use just white or clear bottles. I found horseshoe ribbon in the $1 bin at Michael’s. I hot glued the ribbon on the bottle. For the boys bubbles, I just glued down twine around the top.
I made the girls a paisley printed hair bow as a party favor. I got the ribbon at Hobby Lobby.