What's in your 'Party Box' with Fellow Fellow

Don't you love when you come across a blog you could just spend hours looking at!?! Well, Fellow Fellow has been one of those blogs for us! Its fresh and always exciting! We came across Claire's blog a while ago and just loved all of her posts. Fellow Fellow is a DIY and lifestyle blog. Claire writes her blog from her studio in Singapore...amazing, right!?! She shares all sort of beautiful and inspiring things with her readers, from step by step tutorials, freebies, lovely photography and new shops and products that she has come across. Some of our favorite posts are her 'three for free' where she finds three fabulous products that are free, yes please and 'five under ten' featuring five great products that are all under ten dollars. And, as you know we are always suckers for DIYs and Claire's tutorials are always fun, creative and beautifully photographed! We are so excited to have Claire with us today, sharing what her picks are for creating a fantastic party!

Tassel garlands are fantastic for parties, and a great way to get started on a color scheme. This one is especially pretty with it's shades of purple and hint of metallic bronze!

These cute straws will always come in handy, and bring a bit of color and fun at the same time!

Paper poms are a great way to add more color to just about any occasion! Hang them over a dessert table, the dining table, or even on the backs of chairs.

These sequins would be perfect sprinkled down the middle of the table. 

These tags could be used a few ways - how about using some colorful twine to tie the tags to favor bags, or set them on plates as place tags, or even use them as food labels!

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Patricia Carter said...

The wooden tag are very nice. I find the paper straws to be a lot messy.
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Jenna Catlin said...

Setting up a party favor bag can present a lot of challenge. It has suit every age group.
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