Showing posts with label fall decorations. Show all posts
Showing posts with label fall decorations. Show all posts

8/27/15

Fall is coming!

If you're like me, you can't wait for hoodies, bonfires, sweatshirts, boots, and orange leaves!! Bring on fall! It is the best time of the year! Here are a few ideas to get you in the mood:


Make a yummy fall treat - perfect for after-school snacking! Simple mix:
  • pretzels
  • candy corn
  • M&M's (or reeces pieces) 
  • Honeycomb cereal
  • Candy Corn pumpkins
  • Bugels chips
  • Chex Muddy Buddies
  • (you could add almost anything you want that sounds good! Bonus points if it is orange!)
Click the picture for a cute paper bag bowl tutorial too! (From The House of Hendrix)



Make a family bucket list for fall! There are so many fun things to do and see, especially here in Utah. This idea is from Terrell Family Fun, or make up your own! 


Along those lines, check out this awesome list from 24saltlake.com of 65 Fun Things to Do This Fall in Utah.  It includes such awesome actives as Haunted Houses, family friendly places, Farmers Markets, races, mazes, and more!!

Pioneer Party has tons of cute decor, including this BOO Banner kit! Come in and grab all the cute stuff before its gone. 

Happy Fall, ya'll!!


4/18/12

Women's Expo in Utah!

Just a reminder that we will be at the Women's Expo this weekend (Friday the 20th, and Saturday the 21st) at UVU from 11-8 both days.  We will also be holding a DIY class on Saturday at 5:00 pm- which we have changed to make it easier for everyone to come!

For only $6.00, go home with 3 paper plate decorative balls to hang at your next party!!  Does not include spray paint (we won't have time) or ribbon to hang.  But we'll get all the grunt work done!!  :)  Call our store today to sign up, or show up Saturday at 5:00!


10/2/11

DIY: Ribbon Chandeliers

Ribbon Chandelier:  Such a cute idea to hang over a candy or food table at a party… or make it extra frilly to hang in your little girl’s closet!  The idea:  get a wooden embroidery hoop.  Grab your scrap pieces of ribbon (or new), and start tying them onto the hoop.  Again, all different lengths and sizes of ribbon is the key here.  You can make it as full as you want… but I would suggest attaching enough ribbon so that the knots are touching each other on the hoop.  I just tied knots at the top (no bows here!).  Hang with raffia, ribbon, or fishing line!  Group in 2’s or 3’s for the best overall look!



DIY: Paper Plate Balls

Paper Plate Balls
All you'll need is 20 paper plates for each ball...the mini dessert plates work best.  

1.  Fold the plates into triangles as shown.
2.  Staple two plates together with 3 staples.
3.  Attach 3 more plates to make a pentagon, then repeat to make a second pentagon.  (each pentagon will have 5 plates).  Set both aside.
4.  Staple the remaining 10 plates together into a long chain.
5.  Staple the ends of the chain together to form a ring.  Then staple the two pentagons to the top and the bottom of the ring.


You're done!!  Spray paint (glitter really makes your balls stand out!), add ribbon, and hang!  We have seen these used at wedding receptions, bridal and baby showers, and all sorts of parties!