Hi D-lish fans!
Today I am sharing 3 projects that I created for my daughters unicorn birthday party. I love to do a theme and add some little details to make the party great. For the today's project, you will see the touches of D-lish Scraps that made them perfect!
Here is my birthday girl, Olivia - 13 years old (another teenager in the house) and still sweet enough to want a unicorn party!
It is always fun to have a eye-catching entrance to a party. For this I used crepe paper and vines over and around the front door. The first project I am sharing today, was the front door sign to finish the entrance to our house.
For this sign, I combined a few D-lish embellishments. Please note: the large unicorn diecut on the sign was cut from my friend's diecut machine. However I did use the D-lish Scraps Unicorn Dreaming Creative Cuts kit for the cloud and unicorn word diecut.
Along the bottom of the sign, I used the lovely skinny washi tape- a new roll of this has been coming in the Just Add Paper kits each month.
In the bottom corner and near the cloud, I created clusters using:
and hand-cut vellum butterflies from a past kit.
The second project was Olivia's unicorn headband. I took a regular headband from the junk shop and gave it the D-lish treatment....
To this headband I have added:
* Green Tara - Aster Flower, and
* Apple Blossom flower from the Just Add Paper kit - Touch of Luxe.
The final project, was the party bag gift. I made each girl a unicorn candle. I bought white candles in small glass jars for quite cheap at K-mart and then turned them into unicorns!
I cut a gold glitter horn, shiny paper ears, drew unicorn eyes and then finished with a D-lish Scraps resin flower (and a heart sticker from my stash). I also used that lovely skinny washi tape around the base of each candle. Combined with some chocolates and lollipops and the party bags were done!
Well, we had a fun and fabulous unicorn party! And as always, I am so grateful for my D-lish Scrap goodies to complete my projects for that special finishing touch!
Thanks for looking,