Teri here, and I am so happy to see you again today.
I think one of the neatest decorations from my DIY Party were the tissue paper flowers I made.
I made a few dozen pink flowers to decorate the party table, the room and even the party banner.
These were really easy to make, thanks to Technique Tuesday's Circles DIY Steel Dies.
I piled up a stack of tissue paper (about 8 sheets worth) and ran them through my die-cutting machine with a circle die.
I stapled the circles with a stapler so they'd stay together. I crinkled them up with my fingers and then uncrinkled them, seperating one sheet of tissue paper from the next.
I think they kind of look like rosebuds.
Then I placed a glob of glue onto a piece of scratch paper and dipped the flowers in it. Then I dipped them into a pile of glitter.
The end result was something like this.
The cool thing is each one looked a little different. I also loved that I could place them anywhere I just wanted to add a pop of color, even on some on the party table.
Thanks for joining me to today. To learn more about the Spring Party, go here and here.