Link Love: Party On!


News flash: Halloween is over! The craft blogosphere is slowly weaning itself off spooky themed projects (although turkey-tastic tutorials are already sprouting up all over the place) so I thought it would be nice to throw a party! Well, I’ll probably have to settle for an imaginary party, but you guys should definitely use these ingenious craft ideas at your next fancy fête.

  1. Cecilia from So Tei-Tei recently threw her daughter a delightfully colorful 2nd birthday party with tons of handmade touches. She linked up at our blog hop too!
  2. Candy corn is still relevant for Thanksgiving, right? The picture alone of these Candy Corn Coolers from Gormet Mom on-the-Go is making me salivate.
  3. Nancy from A to Z Celebrations recently guest blogged for Tatertots and Jello, showcasing the bumblebee party she hosted for her daughter.
  4. There’s a free template up for grabs on How About Orange for a butterfly die cut invitation. Classy!
  5. I love how simple and cheerful these bunting cards from Simply Modern Mom look! Bonus: there’s a tutorial!
  6. If you’re planning on bringing a dish to an upcoming holiday party, this casserole carrier (also with tutorial!!) from 2 Little Hooligans is worth a look.
  7. Put the finishing touches on a hostess gift or stocking stuffer with a paper pom-pom gift topper, a free printable template from Nice Package.
  8. The stylish and crafty Maegan from …love Maegan turned a plain old shelf into a cool mini bar, perfect for hosting an old-timey cocktail party!
  9. Here’s another simple project, from Between the Lines: upcycle wine corks into cute Christmas ornaments! This might not have anything to do with throwing a party, but you could certainly make these with the garbage accumulated after you throw one!
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