Valentines Decorations / December 31, 2018 / Blanche Durham
Theres no question how much children love parties and thats not just limited to birthday parties and Halloween parties. Throwing Valentines day parties is a fun way to bring in opportunities for celebration additional Valentines day decorations and enjoying delicious foods. Talk to your kids about the planning process as well as any Valentines day decorations you need help creating. Consider adding a tea party type element into these plans if this is a girls party. You can achieve this type of party on a budget by visiting odd lots stores Goodwill yard sales and antique stores for teacups a teapot and all the linens. Consider choosing items that dont match because when placed on the table with the rest of the Valentines day decorations the look will be interesting and exciting for the party goers.
They are made with salt dough and make great sculptures to have as keepsakes. Youll need: o 2 cups of plain flour o 1 cup of salt o 1 cup of water o oven o acrylic paint o knife o board o rolling pin o paintbrushes o baking tray o pen pencil or stylus Mix the two cups of flour into a bowl with one cup of salt and one cup of water with your hands until the dough is entirely moistened and sticks together. It should be like pizza dough easy to mold. Youll see the little grains of salt in the dough dont worry thats what it should look like. Roll out the dough into a sheet about a quarter of an inch thick. Then use your stylus pen or pencil to cut out a heart shape. Set this aside and roll out the dough again to cut out some smaller heart shapes. Once you have about three heart shapes in decreasing size you can press one on top of the other. Use a little water between the layers to act as a glue or paste.
Thats all you need though to create some beautiful paper craft Valentines day decorations. Here are three project ideas for Valentines Day decorations: Project Idea #1 Gather sheets of colored construction paper; it doesnt have to be just red or pink. Use as many colors as youd like. Fold the sheets of paper into quarters and cut them up. Fold each quarter piece in half; draw a half of a heart on to each so the center of the heart is the fold. Cut each heart out and hang or tape them throughout your home similar to how paper snowflakes would be hung. The variety of colors adds a different twist to this traditional paper craft. When hanging them up consider doing so in layers or by slightly overlapping the hearts. Project Idea #2 Follow the same instructions above and set the hearts aside.