Thursday, August 12, 2010

DIY Streamer Backdrop

Did you know I used streamers for the chocolate & cherries buffet? If you went to the celebrations blog last week, you do. :-) If you didn't don't worry about it, I'll give you the same instructions so you can create your own!
Here's what you'll need...........
Materials Streamers, Scissors, Tape, & Poster board.

How To
Measure the streamer to fit the board with a little excess to wrap the end of the streamer to the back of the board.

Use the tape to stick each end top and bottom to the back Alternate colors creating vertical stripes.

Don’t pull streamer too tight, you’ll need some room to create the weave effect. After you’ve covered the board with stripes, start weaving the streamers in a horizontal pattern.

Remember your pattern combination used for each color and repeat it until you cover the board. If you don’t wish to do the weaving, you can stick with the stripes! They look just as nice. In fact I am using stripes for a shower at the end of this month.

Here’s the completed backdrop! I hope you’ll try it for your next desert buffet table!

Simple huh?


Unknown said...

that is so clever! I love it! and what a great, inexpensive option!

hugs! Kim @
party inspiration

Nina @ said...

LOVED This blog post and the DIY idea Natasha! Super fun Guest Blog!

Kustom Kreations by Elisha Akram said...

Awesome! Great idea! thanks for sharing!

Unknown said...

Thanks Nina, anytime!
Kim- totally economical!

collette said...

I love it! It looked like a piece of material. I have to say this is a very clever idea.

Christi Bennett @ pisforparty said...

Wait, wait, wait! How did I miss your Chocolate and Cherries party last week?! It was fabulous and the backdrop was perfect!! Thanks so much for providing a how-to!

Unknown said...

LOL! Christi.. lots of blogs for you to keep up with. I totally understand. :-)

Jenni said...

I have a few rolls left over from my daughter's birthday party, and this is a great idea. Thanks!

Bird said...

WOW!! Natasha!!

Thank you so much for the tutorial! AWESOME!

I'm sharing on FB...too good not to, right? :)