Mardi Gras celebrations typically leave you with a few beady necklaces - and even if they don't, as soon as the celebration is over, these necklaces go on sale at local stores. So rather than tossing your plastic metallic duds in the trash, why not get creative? We love the idea of crafting some stylish and personalized decor for your home or as a gift for a friend using them.
Dress up your home this season with leftover Mardi Gras beads. Whether you get your beads at an actual party or pick them up for a sharply discounted price at the local party store after Fat Tuesday's festivities are over, it's a budget-friendly and easy way to add some metallic style to your spring decor.
March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb, right? Share this old saying with the kids and have them make spring crafts in honor of it. Whether they choose to make themselves a lion or lamb mask, this spring craft project will provide endless hours of fun.
DIY lion and lamb place cards aren't just a spring craft for the kids' table. These little guys get some personalized treatment to make them last long after the spring celebration is over. Simple, inexpensive and darling, give these spring crafts a try with your little ones.
Repurposing what you've already got on hand is a party approach we're big fans of, but especially encourage during the spring. There are so many leftover decorations and home supplies from the holiday/winter season that there's no excuse not to get creative with your spring craft and decor projects. Here, a dipped vase how-to that's perfect for any occasion.
Seersucker fabric is light, delicate, feminine and soft, which makes it perfect for spring crafts and decor. Celebrations Contributor Meredith Santucci shares her tips and ideas on how you can easily incorporate seersucker into your spring table.