Planning a party?
Learn how to create your own favors, decorations, centerpieces, invitations and more with your Sizzix machine and Eileen Hull dies. You’ll find all kinds of creative ways to make your next wedding, shower, birthday party or special event extra special with these project DIY Sizzix Party Ideas.
I put together a little party using just a few of Eileen's dies from Sizzix.
I used 6 of Eileen Hull Die's by Sizzix.
1. Cookie Box - Love the Cookie Box die!
2. Romance Flower - This Romance Flower die......I am crushing on it! This flower just made everything look more stunning! Can you imagine a Baby Shower, or a Bridal shower done with these? I love that you can make them in different sizes! Bonus!!!
3. Canister - To hold the candy coated marshmallows I used the Canister die. I use the bottom piece and punched 5 holes in it. That EASY!!! You could also use the Canister to hold utensils and straws.
4. Needle Book - I just figured this out a few weeks ago, Turn the Needle Book on its side like this and it make for a great table marker or seating assignment at that special get together!
****FYI...Looks Amazing in a cream color with the flower on it! AMAZING!
Oh my! This Romance Flower garland is so pretty!
I added a flower to the center of a store bought decoration and now it fits right in!
5. Flower Pocket - You could also use this for snacks, little gifts, licorice would look cute too!
Easy Peasy! Add a flower to a bag for small gifts!
Add a little flower to the straws for a fun festive look!
6. Loaf Pan - These Loaf Pans are so handy! Little cakes, loafs of bread, snacks, and nuts all could be used in here! Perfect for the holiday baking gifts!
Chalkboard with some jute and a Romance Flower, straw and flower
added and it makes a super fun board!
Seriously.....how cute is this Canister holding these treats?
This Romance Flower really adds so much for your party decor!
Every Flower was the Romance die and was made with coffee filters, dyed with acrylic paints.
I sure hope you enjoyed my Party! I sure enjoyed putting it together!
If you did not come from Eileen Hull's Blog, you must go and see what the rest of the creative team made for the party! Go Here.