How to Decorate a Little Girl’s Birthday Centerpiece

Hello Friends, Karen here, to share how to make a little girl’s birthday centerpiece. Adapt the colors and theme to suit the birthday child. I gifted the decoration to my niece after the party for her to display in her room all year long. Share your creations with us over on the The Crafty Nest […]
May 16, 2022

Hello Friends,
Karen here, to share how to make a little girl’s birthday centerpiece. Adapt the colors and theme to suit the birthday child. I gifted the decoration to my niece after the party for her to display in her room all year long. Share your creations with us over on the The Crafty Nest Facebook page HERE

Supplies: Yellow Dew Drop Minis
paper mache number, wooden flower shapes,
acrylic paint, paint brush, glitter washi tape, butterflies, liquid adhesive

Directions:
1. Paint the paper mache shape the desired color and set aside to dry.

2. Select flower embellishments and paint them the desired colors.  Add details to the leaves.

3. Adhere yellow mini Dew Drops to the center of each flower embellishment.

4. Attach a stripe of glitter washi tape along the entire inner portion of the number.

5. Attach the flowers to the lower portion of the number and adhere butterflies to complete the garden scene.
(TIP: Bend the butterfly wings up slightly to give them a more realistic appearance.)

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Thanks for stopping by, happy crafting!
To see more projects by our designer Karen, visit her blog Art & Soul.

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1 Comment

  1. Nikki Borden

    This is so unique and creative! I’m throwing myself a fairy tea party for my birthday this summer and will absolutely be doing this tutorial!!

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