I know I have been neglecting this place terribly but trust me, life has been throwing crazy challenges my way and blogging has taken a backseat. I regularly share on my Instagram account though.
Today, I’m here to share a party ensemble I made for the Neat and Tangled challenge.
Little tangles challenges were one of my favorite go-to challenges to play along every month. I was a little disappointed when I couldn’t find a new challenge this January. When they shared an update that they would be hosting quarterly challenges, I was so excited. Then, they announced the challemge, hosted by the awesome Elena. Her party organizing skills are mind blowing! The truth is I have never ever in my life hosted a party. Yes. Not even our son’s birthday parties. They were hosted by my in-laws and parents. And it also doesn’t help that I’m an introverted person with social anxiety. Parties and gatherings make me want to hide or run. Enough about me… This time though, I decided we would host his party. Thanks to Neat and Tangled for this challenge and Elena Roussakis for inspiring me to challenge myself and try something that’s way out of my comfort zone. I won’t say what I made was anything close to perfect but I’m so glad I tried. I can’t wait .
Thanks to so many generous people who give out free templates for so many things. the cupcake wrapper template was a life saver. I made the following for the challenge
. the banner with the name of my Agasthya who will be 3 in August. 🙂
. favour bags using the Neat and Tangled Scallop frame dies and WRMK gift bag punch board.
. diy popcorn box
. labels for glasses and paper straws (paper straws are dummy 😂)
. diy party hats.
. cupcake wrappers and toppers.
Thanks to this challenge, I got to use loads of patterned paper that I have been hoarding for ages. 😁 I will be writing a blogpost with all the details and include even more pictures. Thanks for reading!
Here are the pictures…
Here are the products I used-
Neat and Tangles Scalloped dies for the banner
MFT Alphabet dies.
WRMK gift bag punch board.