Are you looking to spruce up your next party with something new? Hanging decorations are always fun and can instantly make your party feel like the celebration it should be, but as much as I love tissue poms and honeycomb balls, sometimes I just feel like something different. Geometrics are awesome and everywhere so shouldn't they be at your party too?
A side note on my creative process: I usually obsess over things. That's why you will see an abundance of fringe or tissue paper or geometrics around my DIYs. I have a monthly schedule that I run and as I finish new tutorials, I go to my next project and sometimes ditch the original plan from my list to make this newly inspired creation. Such is the case with the two geometric projects that popped out yesterday. First, I made the diamond honeycomb DIY for Ruffled. I love how insanely easy these are, I mean can you cut in a straight line? Done. To be continued... (always wanted to say that!)
I forgot to mention this, but it is in the full DIY post, these are inspired by Confetti System's PARTY PARTY Collection. Inspired is a tricky word, it's a case of I saw it and said "I could totally make those" and of course I have to show you how too. For two reasons, A. Budget restraints keep us from buying crates full of these things and B. Even if A wasn't an issue, you still can't get them yet.
I sometimes wonder what it would be like to not have to make everything myself, but then I think what would I do with a spare bedroom not filled with craft and party supplies and what would I do with all that spare time on my hands? Ok, sometimes I think it would be nice but I would be back at it in no time.