Does just thinking about party planning stress you out? Follow these five tried and true tips to throwing a DIY party without going crazy.
For under $5 and less than an hour of time, I made this DIY burlap St. Patrick’s Day banner. This tutorial explains how to make this easy, festive sign with any shape or letter.
Honk, honk. Beep, beep. Wondering what kind of party to throw your little guy? Plan a truck party! There are so many simple ideas that cost little to make – and turn out awesome!
With Seinfeld as the theme, Eileen threw her sister a surprise 30th birthday with lots of Seinfeld-isms. You won’t want to miss these awesome invitations, creative cupcake toppers, and amazing gift ideas.
Need a flair of creativity for the party you are planning? Make your own pom-poms that you can customize to the theme of the party. All you need are tissue paper, string, and scissors – it’s just that easy!
Sharing her free alphabet banner printables, Eileen explains how she made an adorable banner for her toddler’s party. She’s thought of everything with these templates, so you can make a banner in no time!
Eileen explains how she made a child’s hopscotch mat entirely from felt. She includes free number templates as well as other tips to replicate this DIY mat, which is perfect for a game or a reading carpet.
Make your child’s birthday party extra special with DIY Sesame t-shirts. Eileen explains exactly how they must inexpensive, custom t-shirts for their entire extended family.
Ash explains how to create a do-it-yourself photo booth for any party or event with only three simple things. He includes the free download as well as other DIY photobooth tips.
Eileen shares how she creatively arranged and labeled regular party food to match the Sesame Street theme. With names like “Oscar’s Scram-burgers” and “Ernie’s Rubber Doggies,” the food was a hit.
Whether you are planning a Sesame Street party or looking for some fun, educational games for your kids, Eileen shares 8 easy Sesame Street games that children will learn from and love.
Impress party guests and save money by making your own Sesame Street desserts. These Elmo and Cookie Monster treats were simple to make and all of the steps are here!
Looking to plan an amazing Sesame Street party but with ease and efficiency? Use these character cut-outs to make SEVEN different Sesame decorations.
With her love for planning, decorating, and impressing, Eileen threw a fabulous Sesame Street party. From the decorations to the cake to the games, she made everything! You don’t want to miss this party post.
Eileen shares details, templates, and tips for the entertaining bridal shower game Mustaches and Tiaras. If you are looking for fun shower games with the prep work done, don’t miss this post!
Looking for the perfect engagement or bridal shower gift? Eileen shares how she put together a creative, personalized wedding wine gift basket using first-year marriage milestones. You don’t want to miss this one!
I wanna hold your ham… Here comes the bun,.. Hey, Juice…
From creative menu labels to song titles flying high to Beatles face cut-outs, Eileen and her sisters planned their dad an unforgettable 64th Beatles party. This is a post you don’t want to miss!