It’s party time Paper Peeps! I’ve got a fun selection of sport themed party décor created with the new Game On collection. There’s a festive banner with multiple sports represented, pennant picks to dress up baked goodies, and jazzed up straws in a box decorated with a banner and crinkle cut filler.
Isn’t this a fun grouping? I love all the little coordinating details.
I used the Lasur Gel Stain in Chestnut to add color to a tiny box that came in the mail with washi tape. Because the box was shiny the finish has a mottled effect that looks a bit like wood grain. I filled it with floral foam and added crinkle cut kraft paper then inserted the straws that were decorated with a sport tag simply by cutting notches on the top and bottom and sliding the straw through. Additional stars are used to accent the tags. They were leftovers from the die cuts that are added to the banner. This display would make a great centerpiece.
Can’t get any easier than adding pennants to long wooden picks and inserting them into baked treats.
I choose to represent all the sports for this banner with a section for each and strung them together with coordinating ribbon and fussy cut tickets hung between.
For a consistent look I used the same background paper and striped topper. Orange borders tie the whole thing together.
It’s very important to remember to use metal eyelets at the tops of banner to keep the ribbons from pulling through. Adding the die cut stars helps to add texture and detail.
Soooo many layers! These banner sections have a lot of depth and dimension with the spacers between the layers.
Okay that’s all for me. We are ready to get our party on!!! Wishing all of you a happy and productive day with lots of time to be creative : ) G
BoBunny Supplies; Patterned Paper; Game On, Game On, Cards, Diamonds,
6×6 Paper Pad; Game On
Noteworthy; Game On
Dies; Twinkle Twinkle
Lasur for Outdoor/Indoor in Chestnut
Hey there Paper Peeps! Ginny here to share a fun holiday project just perfect for your next Christmas or winter party. The first thing that came to mind was a way to display fixins for a hot cocoa station. You gotta have marshmallows and candy canes and a fun way to stir your drink. Tis The Season Collection has really great holiday images and patterns in traditional colors which are my favorite for home décor.
Containers for food items should be washable so I started with wide mouth mason jars and created cozies to slip them into. Display them just as they are….or layer them in front of a wreath with a tiny tag banner created with the chipboard tags.
I used the Double Dot paper in Cranberry to create the box. There is no bottom to the box making them really easy to fold up and store flat after the season is over.
There are 3 cozies shown here but you could create more to serve other toppings. Maybe make another set of 3 that are a bit shorter for smaller jars and stagger them to create a multi-level display. Can you ever have enough varieties of toppings??? I say no you can not!
The layered Chipboard in the Tis The Season collection has cute ornament shapes with a Joy sentiment perfect to add over die cuts from the patterned papers. There’s also a great coordinating stripe as a background.
Other snack foods could be displayed in these jar cozies like peanuts or candies. Wouldn’t it be fun to create many of these to serve the goodies for your party then let the guests take one home as a party favor???? I’ll be making these for every holiday now.
Tis The Season Paper~ Nostalgia, Peace, Ornaments
Double Dot Paper~ Cranberry
Tis The Season Layered Chipboard
Tis The Season Chipboard
Sugar Glitter Paste
Okay that’s all for me. Wishing all of you a happy and productive day with lots of time to be creative : ) G