Parties

My kids have inspired me in so many ways. When I was a kid and the only child, my mom would throw big, fun parties. Now that I am a mom, I love coming up with a theme for their parties and design the party supplies. It is so much fun!

DIY Washi Tape Candles

5 Tips for a gorgeous DIY party

A 40something Birthday Party

Minecraft Party

Star Wars Party

Angry Birds Party

 

 

Airplane Party

Brissa turns ONE

Vintage  Winnie The Pooh

Library Baby Shower

 

Fourth of July

 

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8 Comments

  1. 2014/10/14 / 12:00 am

    Wow putting washi tape on birthday candles is brilliant! Never would have thought of that. I always hate the colours of birthday candles that you buy from the store but I never considered changing them.

    • 2014/10/14 / 3:38 am

      Hello Mellissa, wonderful that you will try to add washi tape to birthday candles :) One tip that I mention on my post is to leave space between the wick and washi tape, about 1/2 inch at least. That way when you light the candles, the washi tape won’t burn ;) Cheers,
      Ursula

  2. meta
    2014/11/01 / 8:47 pm

    Just curious, i know you said to leave room so the tape wont burn, but is it okay if it does ? I wouldnt mind it burning as long as it wasnt dangerous, or had like a horrible smell or anything.

    • 2014/11/01 / 8:57 pm

      Hello! Thanks for stopping by ;) Regarding the tape, I just don’t let the tape burn just in case the tape won’t burn nicely and ruin the candles or cake ;) If you plan of decorating a candle to burn for a while then I would decorate the candle holder with washi tape. Also votives look very cute with washi tape around them.

      • meta
        2014/11/06 / 7:44 am

        Okay! Good idea, thank you! :)

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