Decorations


Banana Split Sundae

Even though summer is winding down and I can feel the weather getting a little cooler, nothing stops my sweet tooth when it comes to ice cream. I created this project for a birthday bash, or just to let someone special know that they’re the sprinkles on your sundae. This project would also make a great cake topper or invitation to your last summer ice cream social. So before summer melts away, get in on the scoop here in the Craft Room and satisfy your craving for a sweet project!


Triple Tag Easel Card

Easel Menu Table Centerpiece

When the Easel Card Collection was released I was super excited. These are some of my most favourite cards to create and the Triple Tag Easel Card file was perfect to use as a centrepiece for an upcoming friend's 60th Birthday High Tea. Once you’ve chosen your colour theme and cut out all your pieces this comes together really easily. I used the fit text to path function for the banner text and printed a partial Miss Kate Cuttables Pretty Swirls at each end of the banner. Some foam squares and a couple of Kaisercraft blooms with glittered (KindyGlitz) petals finished off the front section.


Ice Princess Party Favors

Snowflake Winter Party Favors

“Let it Go, Let It Go……” is sung in our household, and my car repeatedly! This movie is so loved in our household, that my almost 5 year old son has chosen it as his theme for his upcoming birthday party at the end of August. The Pazzles Party CD 51 holds many amazing files that can be tweaked as required for your chosen theme. I adore making party décor and favours, and these files give you an excellent base to work from. Most of the pieces of my party are taken from other themed parties on the Party CD and remade with my winter party theme. Circus Pinwheels to Ice Pinwheels These make the quickest little additions to a sweet table or to give as party favours. I plan to make more of these in coordinating colours, and adding a touch of glitter to the corners adds more festivity! They don’t have to spin either, fastening them to a paddle pop stick and used as a static display is quite okay.



Baby Bootie Shower Favors

I used the cute little baby bootie file from the CD51: Party CD to create the adorable bootie favors. I used some Die Cuts With A View papers from the baby girl stack. I simply added some lace and pearls around the bottom and a pretty flower with gem for the "snap". I filled it with some candy kisses and they were ready to go! For my hot air balloon favor, I used the free Berry Basket file for the base. I hot glued two bamboo skewers and then inserted them into the balloon. The balloon is from the On the Move Hot Air Balloon file.


Baby Week: Baby Shower Banner ...

I hope you are enjoying celebrating babies here at Pazzles. The cuteness is limitless! I have used the Dimensional Bow from the Craft Room to create a darling pink banner to welcome a baby girl. At first I was going to use only one layer for the bows. I was worried that the bows would come out too big, but I am glad I used other layers. So Cute! You can always change the size, but I went with the imported size. This file is so easy to use. You will want to make extra bows to spread throughout the room! In the center of the banner, I have used the Onesie file from the Craft Room to announce the baby’s sex. It is strung together with a coordinating, but bright, hemp string.


Baby Shower Wreath

Baby Week: Baby Shower Decoration

This wreath will welcome your guests as they arrive to your baby shower. It will set the tone and get your guests excited before the baby shower even starts! Once all your guests arrive you can move your wreath inside and use it for an indoor baby shower decoration too! It can easily be changed from girl to boy with just a little tweaking. Instructions: I cut about 130 3.25 inch circles. Yes, I know this sounds like a lot but it goes super-fast using your Pazzles Creative Cutter! I used a 90 year old music book for mine but you can buy a cheap book at a thrift store, use printed scrapbooking paper, print your own on your printer or just buy colored copy paper. I think it would be precious to use an old nursery rhyme book. *NOTE: The paper you use for the circles needs to be the thickness of copy paper or the pages of a book. You don’t want to use cardstock for this project. The paper needs to be flexible as you are gluing them very close together and cardstock creases easily, giving your wreath a more angular look. Instead, we are going for a softer feel since it is for a baby shower.



World Flags

World Celebration Flags

There have been several times this year that I wished I had a set of paper flags representing many countries. First there was the Olympics, then the World Cup, and now the Tour De France. In between all of these world events, I was in charge of a Cub Scout Blue & Gold Banquet with a world traveler theme. The point is, I decided it was time to have a little world celebration and make up some of these country flags. Today's project includes 18 different world flags, and a bottle hanger medallion. Customize these for whatever team you are cheering for and celebrate! In order to make these "cutting friendly" I've left off some small details on a few of the flags. Australia, USA and Brazil all have small stars on them which will need to be drawn with the Pen Tool.


Ice Cream Birthday Party

Cool ice cream cones filled with sweet surprises such as candy, gift cards, or nail polish plus a cute candle birthday banner


Treasure Chest Gems Cutting Collection: ...

I will be hosting a girls brunch, and tea in the next few weeks. My guest of honor will be getting married and I wanted to find a way to let her know how much of a treasure her friendship is to me. I created the Treasure Chest Gems Cutting Collection with 12 different gems and a treasure chest so that I could make my own treasure. I thought it would be perfect to bling out some doughnuts with some pirate's booty and turn them into rings. I can send my guests away with a treasure chest of doughnut rings and a little note that says, "Ahoy, me hearty!" I hope you find a fun way to use this collection, and use it in a way that inspires all your "mateys".



Patriotic Party Supplies

A few simple DIY party decorations you can easily make multiples of. The rosettes and paper firework picks make great decorations for a table or porch. Utensil holders candy holders, and paper cones for popcorn or sparklers!



DIY Mustache Wrapping Paper

Designing your own digital papers using your software is incredible easy! Make a great wrapping paper with matching card with mustaches or any designs you want!



Build A Bouquet: Watering Can ...

It’s Build A Bouquet week here on the blog. All this week we are sharing dimensional paper flowers. A few designs will be featured each day and by the end of the week you will have a full bouquet perfect for Mother’s Day festivities. Now that you have a "bunch" of flowers, it's time to wrap up this week and give your flowers a place to bloom and grow. This watering can vase makes just the spot and looks beautiful as a table centerpiece. Tuck your paper flowers inside for a gift, or place a jar in the middle of it and fill it with real flowers.


Build A Bouquet: Lily of ...

It’s Build A Bouquet week here on the blog. All this week we are sharing dimensional paper flowers. A few designs will be featured each day and by the end of the week you will have a full bouquet perfect for Mother’s Day festivities. Design Team member Heidi Edwards is joining me today as we build our bouquet. She created this beautiful Lily of the Valley, which is perfect for Easter too, by the way! I'm excited to create this bouquet for my mom for Mother's Day. I think sometimes as paper crafters we take for granted how cool it is to make a dimensional object out of paper. People not involved in this paper world are absolutely blown away when they see what we can make out of a flat piece of paper. Give a bouquet away to someone and let them think you are a paper magician!


Build A Bouquet: Bluebells and ...

It’s Build A Bouquet week here on the blog. All this week we are sharing dimensional paper flowers. A few designs will be featured each day and by the end of the week you will have a full bouquet perfect for Mother’s Day festivities. With Spring blooming, pick these two cute flowers to create next for Build A Bouquet Week.



Build a Bouquet: Daffodil and ...

It’s Build A Bouquet week here on the blog. All this week we are sharing dimensional paper flowers. A few designs will be featured each day and by the end of the week you will have a full bouquet perfect for Mother’s Day festivities. As we continue to build our bouquet this week, we are adding a beautiful daffodil and a fern stem so we will have some beautiful greenery to add a more realistic feel to our bouquet. Daffodil


Build A Bouquet: Tiger Lily ...

We have a fun surprise for you! It's Build A Bouquet week here on the blog. All this week we are sharing dimensional paper flowers. A few designs will be featured each day and by the end of the week you will have a full bouquet perfect for Mother's Day festivities. We've had fun coming up with these designs and hope you will love them. It's always amazing to me that a flat piece of paper can become something amazing, so let's get started. Tiger Lily


Easter Serving Tray

Turn a plain white tray in to an Easter serving tray with a little vinyl and these bunnies from the craft room library!



Spellbinders Digital Dies Launch Party: ...

Pazzles designer Heidi Edwards makes the coolest dimensional projects and this is no exception! Heidi's Blog This sweet little duck pull toy would make the cutest baby shower decoration. Filled with treats it can serve as a functioning candy bowl as well. Heidi created this fun piece by using the technique taught in our Making Shaped Bags Video.


Spring Party Banner

I love this cute spring banner that can easily be adapted for any event! Made with files from the Craft Room Library!


Be Mine Valentine Collection

Tatum the party queen has struck again! She's created the cutest Valentine's Day decorations and little tokens of love to help you celebrate with your special someone. The Be Mine Valentine Collection features eight different projects that are easy to assemble and ready for your personal touch. My favorite from this collection is the wings. Tatum used a gold pen and the Pazzles Pen Tool to draw the feathers and then cut them out. The cutting file includes an additional cutting line so you can back them with chipboard for sturdiness, or add a vellum layer for softness. I'm already planning the projects I'll make with them.



Hot Cocoa Party Set

A hot cocoa party set for toasty winter gatherings. Includes mug shaped invitations, chocolate covered stirring spoons with spoon covers, and party banner.


Pazzles Express Train Day 12: ...

All aboard the Pazzles Express! Our Final Stop... Christmas Town. All good things must come to an end and we hope you've enjoyed your journey. Now that you have experienced all of Pazzles Christmas land you can share the magical experience with your own families and friends. Merry Christmas from the Pazzles Express crew! Join us for 12 days as we take you on a Christmas adventure through the wintry world of Pazzles Christmas land. Hand over your boarding passes and hop aboard!


Winter Paper Lanterns

An unfortunate side effect of having an amazing Craft Room stuffed with project tutorials and cutting files is that sometimes it is hard to think of something new to make for a project. I was playing around with making a dimensional bird cage that wasn't looking quite right when I suddenly realized it looked more like a lantern. I added some snow and holly and they finally looked just right. These winter paper lanterns are a happy accident that I would love to share with you.



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