Damask — DIY Party Designs

By: Diy Party Designs  09-12-2011

I love using signage at a party to give instructions or provide information (such as what wines are available). Not only does the signage help provide some information for your guests when you can’t be available to answer their basic questions, but it helps keep the feeling of unity in your design elements.

For a summer this past summer, they used a 5″x7″ invitation design to create their signage and then placed them in a frame.

Invitations are essentially a blank canvas that you can use for anything – menus, signs, table numbers, programs and so much more.

Never feel constrained by the category I place a design in – feel free to use or alter these creations to best meet your needs.

So tell me, what else would you use an invitation design to create? And be sure to watch for more photos coming soon of this incredible wedding!


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09-12-2011

Christmas — DIY Party Designs

I never have a great deal of time to do Christmas baking each year – I love holiday treats so easy that even my 9 year old daughter can make it. To change it up a bit, place a rolo caramel on the pretzels and place half a pecan into the top when you remove it from the oven. Start by arranging all your pretzels on a cookie sheet. Hershey Kisses ® – I used the Candy Cane ones. Candy for top – M&Ms, Smarties, Candy Corn.


09-12-2011

Holiday Parties — DIY Party Designs

So if you are scrambling for a last minute Valentine treat, then download and punch out these labels and attach to the bottom of some HersheyTM Kisses. Put some in a lunch box, in coat pockets and desk drawers of your beloved.


09-12-2011

Wedding — DIY Party Designs

With a chic coral and blue color scheme, we wanted stationery for the reception that was crisp, clean and yet still reflected their love of travel. Crystal and I worked to design menu cards that served also as placecards…resembling a famous travel guide design in their colors of blue and coral. As guests departed for the evening, they were each given a cloth favor bag which had a bottle of water and cookie included for their travel home.


09-12-2011

Animals — DIY Party Designs

I’m delighted to share photos of the Penguin Popsicle party using the Popsicle Frenzy party printables for a girl’s 8th birthday party sleepover. As the girls tucked in for the night to watch a movie – they enjoyed popcorn and a mini candy bar for their late night snack. Water bottle labels were used to dress up the bottles. Watch for a tutorial soon this fun party snack. Aren’t these Chubby Pop bottles the cutest.


09-12-2011

Kid’s Party — DIY Party Designs

I had some extra white chocolate left from another project, so I added a little white curve on the top edge, to give a little dimension to the popsicle pops. At a recent {Real Party} with a popsicle theme, you saw these delicious krispie treat popsicles. I found it easiest to brush the chocolate onto the krispie treats. Separate the mix into little mounds on a cookie sheet. Start with your traditional Krispie treat recipe.