Guest Blogger – DIY Paper Baubles By Bird Crafts

When I began blogging, I never thought I’d make friends around the globe!  Bird of Bird’s Party is one of those party girls I wish I could meet in person.  I just know we’d have such fun together!  Unfortunately for me she is thousands of miles away, in France… So I’ll settle for her gorgeous printables, inspiring party designs, and sweet emails.
Bird agreed to do a Guest Blogger tutorial for me and I just love this project she came up with:

TUTORIAL: Easy Paper Baubles

It’s a real pleasure to be able to guest post for one my favorite party gals ever, Chris!
I’ve had the honor, privilege and utter delight to be able to work with this talented lady  recently, and when she invited me over, I shrieked with joy!!

One of my close friends who recently got married, asked me about easy paper crafts to help decorate and embellish her newly-wed home for Xmas, without blowing the budget! And  this is how this tutorial came about…
What you’ll need:

* Scrap-booking paper – I used the one that is included in the Glitter and Snow Printable Collection
* Round paper punch – I used a 2″1/2 but you use any dimensions you want
* Crafts glue stick
* OPTIONAL: Twine or ribbon if making a garland
I used these paper baubles as props on my Glitter and Snow Dessert Table, but you can also thread some twine, string or ribbon through each bauble and make a garland! Would look fab as decorative baubles on any Christmas Tree,  as a party banner accenting your Holiday tables or decorative garland anywhere you fancy!
This is a very easy, inexpensive and very quick to make tutorial, so I hope you’ll enjoy making these fun paper baubles as much I do!

Thanks again Chris for letting me loose on your pages! :)
XOXO

Bird

To see all the details of this gorgeous design visit here.

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About Chris

Chris Nease is a party stylist and home entertaining expert with over 15 years of experience. In addition to her work as founding editor of Celebrations At Home, Chris is an editorial stylist and contributor to Homes.com, Marie Callender's, and SheKnows. Most recently her work has been published in Woman's World, Yum Food & Fun for Kids, and Cottages & Bungalows.

Comments

  1. Thank you for having me and for your sweet words, my friend! I hope we'll meet one day to share many a laughs over a cuppa (and some cupcakes!) :D

    XOXOXO

  2. Love these! And so easy…thanks for the tutorial.

  3. Great DIY, I love these little guys and think they would look great on a tree!

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