Have fun with the Hanukkah theme by making your own banner. This one speaks to the traditional game of spinning the dreidel. Use card stock, ribbons and glitter letters to create your own Hanukkah-themed messages.
Make sure the kids don't forget which drink is theirs with a name tag that fits right on their straw. Print our free printable PDF to keep your party personalized and stress-free. Complement the party's color scheme by purchasing striped straws in mint and red.
Marian Parsons uses upholstery webbing, glittered chipboard letters, plus sprigs of greenery and red berries to create this vintage-inspired holiday banner and wreath. "German glass glitter makes these letters sparkle and will tarnish over time to give the banner a vintage look," she says.
This creative banner is surprisingly fast and easy to make. Welcome the new baby, and the new parents, to the jungle of parenthood with a super cool banner that they can decorate the nursery with after the shower.
Cedar topiaries and a peace banner made from glittered cardboard letters make the mantelscape great for the holidays, but the display isn't so holiday-themed that it can't stick around all season. Mercury glass vases and candle holders are a sparkling accent to the natural elements