October 19, 2012

Garland Tutorials - Party Contributor

Hello there!  I'm Jenn otherwise known as "One Thrifty Chick" as well as the owner of a brand new party business, Posh Parties.  I'm a lover of all things thrifty, and creating lavish events is my specialty! 
Today's post is all about GARLAND!  If I can say there is one major impact to a party, I would have to say Garland. Not only the impact, but the price can be even better!  CHEAP or even free depending on what items you already have.

 There are a number of options out there, and I have put together a great post full of great tutorials!

Let's go back to a few of my parties to start:
The Art Party featured simple paper chains lining the wall behind the main table.  Simple, cheap, and had an amazing impact of the overall design.

For the Army party I created a simple Happy Birthday Flag garland.  This was a no sew garland, all done with hot glue.

The Carnival party was a basic pennant garland.  This was sewn onto standard bias tape.

The Cupcake Party featured the cupcake liner garland.  This was such a fun one, and looked absolutely amazing draped over the wonderful table scape!

Did I come up with all of these ideas?   Well I would love to say yes, but I did not at all!  So here are a couple of great tutorials for you to enjoy!

Cupcake Liner Garland

                                                                  Source: blog.amyatlas.com via Jennifer Sheffler on Pinterest

                       Doily Garland


                                                                Source: artfulhomemaking.com via Jennifer Sheffler on Pinterest

                        Crepe Paper Garland

                                     Paper Garland

There you have it.  Garland options are limitless!  So at your next party, remember to use garlands to get the biggest bang for you buck!!  

Thanks for stopping by, I look forward to sharing with you again next month!
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About Author:

Mandy is a craft blogger who loves to blog and enjoys all things crafty, sewing, and DIY - she feels that if she can do something, you can too, and provides tutorials to help you along the way. She loves being a mom to 4 awesome kiddos and blogs from the Kansas City Area. Follow her on Facebook or Twitter or Google +

3 Fabulous Comments:

I love the chain garland! It is a classic but you make it look so stylish!

Great ideas, thank you! I am having a gender reveal party in a couple of weeks and I will for sure use some of these garlands! Thanks! btw: I have a new sewing blog and I'd love for you to check it out. I'm trying to get the word out to fellow sewers and bloggers I follow.

Love the garlands,they are so pretty. Can't wait to try some of them out.

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