It’s my birthday weekend! Coincidentally, it’s also time for another Cricut Design Star post! This weekend I celebrated my birthday with a fun Roarin’ 20’s Themed birthday. I actually love this decade and was in fact a Flapper for Halloween one year. I did struggle though with what I could come up with for this party setup.
I centered the party around metallic colors and of course creations made from the Cricut. One of my favorite features of the Cricut Design Space store is all of the images. Have you ever come across a Cricut cartridge that you needed for just one event but couldn’t justify purchasing it? This store takes care of that! I found the Art Deco Cricut cartridge that would of course be perfect for this party setup, well I looked in the store and I was able to get the images I wanted there!
These headbands were easy to make! I used a gold vinyl and cut the back layer on a silver cardstock. I took my crop-o dile and cut two holes on each side. I then tied small elastic through it to complete the headbands.
These mustaches, bowties and fan were easy to make into photo props. I secured skewers onto the back of them with tacky glue.
Curious about how to weld all the shapes into one so they cut onto one mat? Just select them all and then click on weld on the right hand menu.
One of my favorite creations from the party was this banner. The banner itself was just a banner I found in the design space store. Then the letters are a faux gold foil vinyl.
The cupcake toppers are simply triangles cut out of different metallic card stock papers. I glued these onto tooth pics with tacky glue.
The confetti was made out of silver and gold cardstock out of a diamond background I found in the store.
For some reason I have an abundance of plain coasters. I bought them on a whim one day a looooong time ago. I was excited to take a few and do something with them! I painted them with a bronze metallic paint then covered them in an art deco image from the Cricut store.
This is a champagne bottle cut out of thick glittered cardstock. This was the first time i used the coloring feature with the Cricut and I LOVE it! It’s simple, you just put the pen in and it does the work! It was hard to adhere the vellum so there is a good amount of tape under there. Next time I would probably staple it.
On the back would be where the actual information for the invitation would go.
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Disclosure: I have partnered with Cricut for the Design Star contest. All opinions, photos and concepts are my own.