Another super party last week! Thanks so much to all of you who linked up and added to the amazing wealth of inspiration from around the world. You know, from places like Serbia, Sweden, Canada, England, The United States, Israel, and Poland, for starters! I think you'll like this week's picks, there's something for everyone!
Aren't these paper cup flowers from morgan made it great? Simple enough for kids too, check out her tutorial! And yes, another hobby horse this week too, but just a little bit different and oh so lovely! You can check out the details at lizon, though it would help if you read Russian! Lizon is originally from Moscow, now living in Tel Aviv.
Ever seen a birthday party table that looks like a bed? Amazing right? And so perfect for the "night owl" party that Anj over at snowy bliss made for her daughter, with tons of great owl details. She was inspired by a similar themed birthday party that was very high end, you can see the link on her blog, but since most of us don't have a family member to whip up a table that really looks like a wooden bed, I love her take on it. And these simple beaded hearts? From Lilla A Design! Who else could take such a basic idea and make it look so good?
Sweet felt flowers right? Red-Ted Art shows us a simple way to make some sculpted felt flowers....you'll be seeing some of these from me! The super cute cloud and rainbow headband is from Sara in Akko, she's originally from the US, but now lives by the sea in the very old city of Akko, Israel, and has great ideas!
Here is the perfect fondant cake from fowl single file for your first try, (it would seem to me, never having done it myself!) don't you think? Just adorable, and you must check out all the different little penguins she made for the cupcakes, amazingly adorable!
I've seen baby onsie rose bouquets and diaper cakes, but never a cupcake made from a pair of socks and a handmade fabric coffee cup warmer from she wears flowers! Quite brilliant, and a sweet gift for that someone— a teacher, a helpful neighbor, a thoughtful friend, or better yet how about giving some gifts to complete strangers who would be so happy— those sick in the hospital and elderly in nursing homes, for example. And since we're talking about firsts, I've never seen a garland contraption like this ingenious one that allows you to change the components on a whim, thanks to Mich over at Mich in LA.
And now, drum roll please, let the party begin! We'd just love it if you take a few moments to share your latest, and please do link back to the party.