Arts and Crafts Ideas for
Flower pot Pens
You will need green floral tape, pens, silk
flowers, and ribbon. Gather ribbons and flowers in various bright
colors. You will also need mini terra cotta pots with some floral
foam, and some moss. Cut down flower stem to about 2 inches from the flower.
Attach flowers to the end of the pen using floral tape. Wrap the entire pen
until the tip. Tie
off the bottom of the flower with a pretty ribbon with optional place card tag.
Stick into floral foam and place inside the pot. Cover with a bit of
moss. You may need to hot glue the moss in place. Another easy
option is to purchase these
flower pot pens
ready made. This flower pen is a beautiful table decor and can be a
take-home favor for the end of the party.
Making and Decorating Your Own
A great favor and
craft for your next tea party would be to provide some loose leaf tea and to
have your guests make a tea bag of their choice to take home. Simply cut
out the template and provide various stamps, ribbons, coloring pens, and other
craft supplies to decorate the tea bag. Fill with your favorite tea bag
or loose leaf tea. http://www.stampin.com/tips/teabag.htm
especially fun when you are having a tea party with close friends or a
Friendship Tea Party. Ask each person to bring several small, flat items
in their household with them to the party. Fun items could be pictures,
stamps, coins, dried flowers, pins, buttons, silk flowers, etc. Have
them exchange items with their friends during the beginning of the party.
This is also a great icebreaker and conversation starter. Provide each
guest with a 4-6" white or cream pillar candle. Heat the candle slightly
with a hair dryer. Press object with some glue into the candle.
Tie with a beautiful organza ribbon.
Making Your Own Candles
Instead of buying your own, why not make them?
Rolling your own beeswax candles is a fun, rewarding and incredibly easy
candle kits contains
twelve square sheets of sweet-smelling beeswax in rainbow hues, plus 6 yards
of wicking, and detailed instructions with decorating ideas. After you
are done with making the candle, you can use leftover sheets and use small
cookie cutters to cut out different shapes. Stick on to the outside of
the candle you just made. With some pressure and heat (see craft
above) the shapes will stay on nicely.