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At HWTM, we are constantly amazed by all the creative, clever – and sometimes downright stunning – cakes from around the web. It would be a dream to be able to whip up any of these masterpieces, but if there’s one thing I’ve learned from our own parties & dessert table shoots… it’s that making […]

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Let’s get fringetastic! Today we have another fabulous DIY tutorial from our Royal Baby Shower that involves metallic tissue paper and chevron pattern, so get excited people! These fun Fringe Risers are crafty, affordable and playful… perfect to showcase your favorite desserts or make your centerpieces pop!

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Today we have a special treat! A DIY tutorial from Amy Liu Bissett of A Dazzle Day that is just darling for a woodland party theme: Toadstool Chair Cushions. These cushions are an easy sewing project and totally affordable, plus what’s better than cute and comfortable party decor?!

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We had lots of fun coming up with some popsicle stick party crafts recently – and I’m excited to share one of my favorites with you today! This Popsicle Stick Cake Centerpiece is surprisingly easy and super versatile. We dressed this one up in sherbet-inspired hues to match our Popsicle Birthday printable collection, but with […]

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Ready for your Independence Day cookout tomorrow? Well, we’ve got an easy way to add an extra starBURST of creativity to the menu… DIY Patriotic Stamped Hot Dog Buns! (As seen in our  “All-American County Fair” 4th of July Party.) Inspired by a clever stamped biscuit post from Hungry Happenings, I thought this “food stamping” idea […]

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For your next tablescape setup, get creative with your party printables and paper napkins and switch things up! Photographer and party designer Amy Liu Bissett of A Dazzle Day has a creative way of dressing up her napkins, with Party Printable Napkin Rings! Learn how to make them plus, the secret to these sweet & fancy folds […]

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