10 Bright and Colorful DIYs for a Spring Party

Whether it’s a birthday party or afternoon spring tea, these colorful DIYs are all about adding the perfect handmade touch to your party. Learn how to adorn the walls with garlands made from bright fabrics or pieces of crepe paper. Make the balloons extra special with speckles of colors. There are even ideas for creative party favors and crafts everyone can join in on. Adding a handmade touch can be easy and you might find that only a couple details here and there can go a long way.

Check out the 10 Bright and Colorful DIYs for a Spring Party here…

  • Number Sign 1 of 10

    Use tissue paper, fabric, and a canvas to make this adorable tissue paper number sign in any colors you'd like.
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  • Party Crackers 2 of 10

    Fill the crackers with confetti and pop them open to get the party started.
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  • Confetti Balloons 3 of 10

    Fill balloons with pieces of confetti to make them speckled with color.
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  • Marble Cards 4 of 10

    Learn a marbling technique as a simple way to decorate cards and invitations.
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  • Flower Garlands 5 of 10

    With a similar technique as the number sign, learn how to make a flower garland from crepe paper.
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  • Fabric Tassel Garland 6 of 10

    Cut scrap fabrics into tassels and and hang on a piece of twine to make a garland you can hang over the dessert table.
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  • Cake Stand 7 of 10

    Make a simple cake stand for under $5.
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  • Letter Party Favors 8 of 10

    Use letter boxes to make party favors in the initials of all your guests.
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  • Giant Roses 9 of 10

    Decorate the room with giant roses for a wonderful spring theme.
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  • Initial Planters 10 of 10

    Continue with the theme of using initials and have a craft of decorating initial planters.
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Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Pretty Prudent, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.

Article Posted 2 years Ago

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