Hi friends! Rachel from Fawn here with you today and if you’re looking for a quick and easy DIY Party Centerpiece idea, I’ve got a fun project for you!
My friend’s cute daughter recently turned six and asked for a beach birthday party. And when I
think of the beach, flip flops, popsicles and ocean waves immediately come to mind. I wanted to
create a festive party centerpiece for each table for the birthday but didn’t want to spend a lot of
time and money. Your table can be party ready in just a few minutes with these cute and simple
centerpieces. They turned out adorable and I whipped several out in no time. Just add cake
and kids and your party will be ready to go!
Here’s what you need to make the beach birthday DIY Party Centerpiece:
- Mason jars
- Paint by Delta in Sea Foam
- Foam paint brush
- Pattern paper- Heat Wave Collection by American Crafts
- Paper shred
- Bamboo skewers
Paint each each mason jar in a sea foam color and allow it to dry. Sand the jar lightly to give it a
little bit of that distressed look. Cut a bow out using a cutting machine and adhere it to the jar. Place a button in the middle of the bow using a glue dot.
Using a cutting machine, cut out flip flops, popsicles and pinwheels in fun beachy prints and
colors. Doesn’t this cute paper just scream summer?!
Run a bead of glue to the backside of the paper cut out and attach the bamboo skewer to the
paper and let dry. Repeat this step with all beach props.
Fill the jars with a bit of paper shred and tuck the beach props inside the jars.
And that’s it! A simple and adorable beach DIY party centerpiece for the kid that loves the sun and sand.
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Thanks so much for stopping by and if you’re looking for more fun summer party ideas,
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