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Hawaiian Party Set

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This is a fun and cute summer craft you can put together. Have a cool Hawaiian themed party with these Plaid party favors. Make a banner, napkins, invitations and goodie bags. It'll be the best party of the summer.

Materials:

  • 2233 - FolkArt ® Acrylic Colors - Parisian Pink, 2 oz.
  • 27952 - Simply ® Stencils - Value Packs - Alphabets - Curly-Q Upper Case
  • 524 - FolkArt ® Acrylic Colors - Calypso Sky, 2 oz.
  • 901 - FolkArt ® Acrylic Colors - Wicker White, 2 oz.
  • CS11211 - Mod Podge ® Sparkle, 8 oz.
  • Raffia or a grass skirt cut to 6½” from the top
  • 1 or 2 sprigs of summer flowers in bright colors (3 different sizes)
  • 11 adhesive rhinestones
  • Raffia strands
  • Wooden napkin rings
  • Paper maché sandal boxes
  • White lunch bags
  • Eyelets (10 for banner; 1 for each party bag tag)
  • Striped 12 x 12” scrapbooking paper (2 for banner; 1 sheet for each set of 1 party bag - Paper maché sandal box - napkin ring and invitation)
  • Scrapbooking paper with large flowers to coordinate with striped paper
  • 5 sheets of bright colored cardstock (for banner)
  • Pink scrapbook paper with coordinating paper (for tags: 1 for each party bag and 1 for each invitation)
  • 4” x 5.5” blank white note cards

 

Banner

  1. Attach raffia pieces together by tying to make one long piece (or cut grass skirt leaving 6½” from the top).
     
  2. Using the letters for ALOHA, trace (connecting spaces in letters) onto striped paper and cut out.
     
  3. Using colored card stock, cut out four 4½ ” x 5” pieces and one 4¾” x 5” (for letter H).
     
  4. With Mod Podge, decoupage letters to cardstock pieces; dry and give entire pieces a top coat; dry.
     
  5. Add 2 eyelets to top corner of each letter piece.
     
  6. Remove silk flowers from flower sprigs and remove plastic centers; decoupage to letter cards; add rhinestones and give entire flower a second coat of Mod Podge.
     
  7. Place the letter O in the middle of the banner and pull a piece of raffia up through each eyelet hole.
     
  8. Place the letters L and H on the raffia banner, spacing about 1½” from the letter O and pull pieces of raffia up through the eyelets as you did with letter O; continue with letters A and A.
     
  9. Tie each piece of raffia piece into a bow, connecting each letter.

Goodie Bags

  1. Using a lunch bag as a template, cut out pieces of striped scrap book paper to cover the front of each bag; decoupage in place with Mod Podge.
     
  2. Cut out flowers from scrapbook paper; 3 for each bag; decoupage in place; overlapping; dry.
     
  3. Place a rhinestone in the middle of each flower and decoupage entire front of bag with a top coat; dry.
     
  4. After adding goodies, fold top portion of bag (approx. 1”) toward the back and crease; punch two holes 1½” apart centered at top of bag (approx. ½”) from top crease.
     
  5. Make tags by cutting pieces of pink paper or cardstock to 3¾” x 1¾” (this will be the back border piece) Cut top pieces using orange cardstock to 3½” x 1½”; glue together with a glue stick then decoupage entire tag to give a matching sparkle finish.
     
  6. Write “LUAU” on tag and attach an eyelet on the top corner.
     
  7. Feed 2 or 3 strands of raffia through the back of the bag into each hole then attach the tag and tie into a bow and trim raffia.

Sandal party favors

  1. Basecoat entire box Wicker White; dry. Paint box Calypso Sky; dry.
     
  2. Cut a strip of striped paper (the lines should run vertically) the height of the sandal without the lid; decoupage in place with Mod Podge; dry.
     
  3. Cut out a piece of striped paper approx. ¼” smaller than the top of the sandal.
     
  4. Paint Parisian Pink dots around the top sides of the lid; dry.
     
  5. Give the entire outside of the sandal a top coat of Mod Podge; dry.
     
  6. Attach the flower with hot glue and add the rhinestone and give a coat of Mod Podge; dry.

Napkin Rings

  1. Basecoat napkin rings Wicker White; dry. Paint rings Parisian Pink; dry.
     
  2. Cut out a strip of striped paper (to fit around the ring) ½” smaller than the width of the ring leaving ¼” of the edge visible. Decoupage in place with Mod Podge; dry.
     
  3. Attach the flower with hot glue and add the rhinestone and give a coat of Mod Podge; dry.

Invitations

  1. Using a blank card as a template, cut out pieces of striped paper to cover the front of the invitations; decoupage in place.
     
  2. Cut out flowers from your floral scrapbook paper and decoupage to the top portion of each invitation leaving room for the tags.
     
  3. Make tags by cutting pieces of pink paper or cardstock to 3¾” x 1¾” (this will be the back border piece). Cut top pieces using orange cardstock to 3½” x 1½”; glue together with a glue stick then decoupage entire tag to give a matching sparkle finish and hot glue a raffia bow to upper left corner.
     
  4. Write “It’s a Luau” or any other invitation message to the tag and decorate edges and attach to bottom portion of invitations just overlapping the flower. Trim any corners of your tag that extend over the front of your card. Write your party information inside the card.

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