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DIY Decoration Ideas Adapt To Any Event

Whether you’re a party planner with more time than money or whether you’re the creative type whose juices get flowing at the idea of making something unique and beautiful, you’ll find DIY party decoration ideas to suit your needs at Shindigz. From backgrounds to centerpieces to hanging decorations, our creative designs can be adapted to any color scheme and any event. The DIY ballerina cupcake stand, for example, will look just as sweet at a princess birthday party as it will on the food table at a bridal or a baby shower with just a few tweaks. Swap the tulle tutus for a raffia skirt and you’ll have a great display for a luau, safari or Old West barbecue. Use cobwebs to create a creepy look for a Halloween or zombie party.

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DIY Party Decorations Make New Use Of Cheap Supplies

It’s easy to create great DIY party decorations on a budget at Shindigz. Begin your planning with cheap hanging decorations such as paper lanterns or tissue poms. Add streamers and balloons for splashes of color that are about as inexpensive as it gets. Then think of ways to combine these affordable elements in new displays. Cluster lanterns or poms instead of dangling them from the ceiling. Hot glue fiber fill to lanterns to create wispy clouds. String balloons from fishing line instead of clustering them in bouquets. Dress up a drab wall with twisted streamers or create a curtain of color around an entrance. Comb thrift stores for vintage vases you can fill with wildflowers for centerpieces or colorful candy for favors. Add new ribbon to an old votive holder for a look that’s fresh and unique.