It's time to celebrate! Swag this happy-go-lucky scallop banner to get the party started.
What's the secret behind this mod chandelier? A spray-painted hanging wire plant basket provides the framework for rows of cascading fabric strips.
With a little creative folding, paper circles turn into faceted globes.
Give this decoration a whirl. Vibrant, chain-stitched paper strips spin and twirl as bright and breezy party garlands or just for fun.
This mobile is all grown up. Modern spheres in a graduating monochromatic color scheme add instant drama to a room. Use circle punches or a die-cutting machine to make quick and easy work of cutting the circles.
These pom-poms are to dye for! Once drab and boring, paper doilies get a makeover with food coloring and three-dimensional layering.
Let your personality shine with accordion-folded felt in your favorite colors and a glittered wooden monogram that dangles in the center.
Similar to origami, kusadama is a paper-folding craft. By joining identical folded paper shapes, you can make stunning three-dimensional spheres.
Go dotty with garlands made from stacks of 2" circles.
Construct a party-worthy garland by stringing two baker's twine projects together: globes and tassels.