Posts Tagged ‘Mason Jars’

2016 Tissue Paper Graduation Party Decor

by Jillian Leslie on

2016 Tissue Paper Graduation Party Decor | Catchmyparty.com

I'm a big believer in creating DIY party decor that is fast, easy=, and inexpensive. And why do I believe that? Because if it's all three of those things, you're more apt to do it!

This is why I'm happy to share this 2016 tissue paper graduation party decor craft. It's simple to make, fast, and won't cost an arm and a leg, but the best part is that it is a show-stopper. Plus, you can customize the colors any way you like! We created this one in gold and black because those are the on-trend graduation party colors right now.

Santa Mason Jar DIY

by Jillian Leslie on

Check out this easy Santa mason jar DIY, perfect for last minute gifts! CatchMyParty.com

Kristen and Missy from Sweetly Chic Events & Designs are here with an easy Santa Mason Jar DIY that is simple to do and oh so cute!

With Christmas just around the corner, it's time to think about a creative gift that would be the perfect way to say Happy Holidays to teachers, neighbors, family and friends! We don't know about you, but with so many special people on our list, we wanted a gift that was simple, budget friendly, but still chic and unique!

DIY: How to Tint Mason Jars

by Jillian Leslie on

I just discovered that you can tint mason jars and make them look like this, and all it takes is a little Modge Podge and food coloring. I found this easy tutorial put together by Heidi of My Beautiful Mess.

What I like about this tutorial is that Heidi paints the jars on the outside instead of the inside like most tutorials I've seen. This way, if you want to use them as floating candle votives or as flower vases you can. Personally, I think I'm going to use them to store odds and ends.

TRENDS: Mason Jars on Catch My Party

by Jillian Leslie on

An unexpected way to serve drinks at your party is in mason jars.  The nice thing about mason jars is that they're not too expensive (less than a dollar a jar), they're more interesting and homey than plastic cups, and they're easy to dress up with ribbons, straws, flags, or whatever you like.

For inspiration, take a look at how people on our site are using mason jars to add a warm touch to their parties.