Mad Tea Party Centerpiece DIY Craft Project
Have your own Mad Tea Party and be sure to celebrate with some creative party craft ideas! The secret to this Mad Tea Party Centerpiece DIY Craft Project is the Styrofoam Balls in the bottom of the flower pots which serve as the base. Stick bamboo skewers into the Styrofoam ball and then added paper straws over top to disguise the skewers. Next, sew rosettes from crepe paper to top the straws, adding paper punched shapes with EK Success Paper Punches. Whether you're looking for birthday party craft ideas or just want to turn a standard dinner into a more memorable event, this project is perfect for you. The colors are fun and inventive and the design is unlike anything else.
Estimated CostUnder $10
Time to CompleteIn an evening
Primary TechniqueGeneral Paper Crafting
Type of Paper UsedCardstock
- Styrofoam Balls
- Hot Glue
- Krylon ColorMaster Spray Paint
- Flower Pot, Ikea
- Shred Paper
- Paper Straws
- Ribbons and Lace
- Crepe Paper
- Yarn Darning Needle
- Craft Thread
- Glitter Cardstock
- Printable Disney Villain Faces
- EK Success Punchs - Circle, Scalloped Circle, Mickey Head
- Bamboo Skewers
Spray paint the post with Kyrlon spray paint and allow to dry.
Cut the Styrofoam balls in half and glue ot the inside of the pot.
Add shred on top of the Styrofoam balls.
Insert bamboo skewers into the Styrofoam balls.
Slide paper straws over the skewers. Trim skewers.
Sew rosettes from crepe paper.
Hot glue rosettes to the top of each skewer
Adhere a paper Mickey head cutout to one side of each rosette
Adhere a punched villain and scallop circle cutout to the other side of each rosette.
Tie ribbon and lace to the straws at the base of each rosette.