St. Patrick’s Day is coming up soon and we have the best way to personalize your celebrations! From dessert toppers to favor tags and so much more, Places for Faces can turn your party into a custom event! Here’s what you can create using Places for Faces today… Pot of Gold Favors | Using Places for Faces favor tags, rainbow Twizzlers, and Rolos, you can create these pot-of-gold favors your little ones’ classmates will adore! Find the tutorial on the blog here. Gold Cookie Favors | We used Wilton’s edible gold spray paint to turn these chocolate cookies into gold coins. Add a cellophane treat bag and a Places for Faces favor tag and these golden treats are ready for gifting! Find the full tutorial on
Happy Friday! Today we’re sharing a fun rainbow favor that’s perfect for St. Patrick’s Day! Here’s how to make your own and personalize them with Places for Faces! Supplies: Rolos, rainbow Twizzlers, cellophane favor bags, and Places for Faces printable tags! Directions: 1. Add 5 or 6 Rolos to the bottom of the bag to create the gold at the end of the rainbow. 2. Line up Twizzlers in rainbow order and cut in half. 3. Add the rainbow Twizzlers to the bag (we used the favor bags that are for chocolate covered pretzel rods and they were the perfect size!). 4. Use Places for Faces to create personalized St. Patrick’s Day favor tags. 5. Print the favor tags from home, cut out, and fold in half. 6. Fold
This post contains affiliate links. If purchased, I will receive a commission, but the price stays the same for you! Happy Monday! How about a little sparkle to start your week off right? Thanks to Wilton and Places for Faces, we turned some chocolate cookies into gold coins for St. Patrick’s Day favors! Here’s how to make your own… Supplies: chocolate sandwich cookies, Wilton gold color mist, cellophane treat bags, and Places for Faces favor tags. The above supplies contain affiliate links. If purchased, I will receive a commission, but the price stays the same for you! Directions: 1. Cover your work space with aluminum foil or paper towels. Place cookies on top. 2. Spray cookies with gold mist according to directions. Let dry. 3.
We are so sad that Valentine’s Day is over, but what luck that St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner! Today we’re sharing a fun and simple kids craft to get you in the lucky spirit. Supplies: green paper plates, scissors, a pencil, a single hole punch, white yarn, and a plastic sewing needle (optional). Directions: 1. Draw or trace a shamrock shape onto the back of a plate. 2. Cut the shape out with scissors. 3. Use a single hole punch to create holes around the edge of the shamrock shape. 4. Give your kiddos a piece of yarn (plastic sewing needle optional) and a prepped plate and let them get to sewing! This St. Patrick’s Day craft is a fun way to
Happy Friday! Today we’re sharing a sweet treat you can make (and play with!) this weekend. These tic-tac-toe boards are completely edible and so much fun to make and use. Here’s how… Supplies: graham crackers, pink candy melts, red candy melts, candy conversation hearts, wax paper, a cookie sheet, and a Ziploc bag. Directions: 1. Melt pink candy melts in a wide bowl according to directions. 2. Break graham crackers into squares and dip into pink candy melts. 3. Shake off excess chocolate (use a spoon to spread or even it out if necessary) and lay graham crackers on a wax paper lined cookie sheet. 4. Place in fridge to set. 5. Melt red candy melts and scoop into a Ziploc bag. 6. Cut off
Candy bouquets are the best kind of bouquets, don’t you think? These DIY Tootsie Pop flowers are so easy to assemble and make the sweetest gift for Valentine’s Day. Here’s how to make your own… Supplies: Lollipops, red felt, scissors, and an X-acto knife. Directions: 1. Cut a flower shape out one shade of felt and a smaller flower shape out of another shade. 2. Use an X-acto knife to cut a small X shape in the center of each flower. 3. Stack the flowers on top of each other and insert the lollipop stick into the center cuts. That’s it! For extra sturdiness you can add a bit of glue to the base of the lollipop (make sure to keep it on the wrapper!)
New Year’s Eve is just a few days away and we are busy decorating for the festivities! Today we’re sharing a DIY piñata project that’s perfect for candy or simply decor. Here’s how… Supplies: cardboard, scissors, masking tape, white crepe paper, and Elmer’s glue. Directions: 1. Cut out the numbers 2017 twice from cardboard. 2. With the remaining cardboard, cut out 1.5″ strips. The strips will go between the numbers to create the 3D shape. 3. Stack two matching numbers on top of one another. 4. Bend cardboard strips around the outside shape of the numbers and tape together. 5. If you want to fill these with candy, cut a hole in the top and pour candy inside before continuing. 6. Cut a length of
This post contains affiliate links. If purchased, I will receive a commission, but the price stays the same for you! Welcome back! We hope you all had the most wonderful holiday weekend! Now it’s time to get excited for New Year’s Eve! Today we’re sharing these fun and easy confetti poppers that you can personalize with Places for Faces. Here’s how… Supplies: confetti push pops, confetti, scrapbook paper, Places for Faces printable template, and tape. Directions: 1. Cut scrapbook paper to size and tape to the outside of a push pop. 2. Use Places for Faces to create your own personalized printable faces! 3. After printing, cut out the faces and tape them to the push pops. 4. Fill with confetti and enjoy! Hand out