There is so much that goes into decorating a baby shower…well, at least when I decorate for one! Last week, I shared a couple decorations I made; a fabric scrap bunting and recycled jar flower vases I made for a vintage inspired party. I’ve been on a roll with making these fun and easy baby shower decorations, and sometimes some of the work and details are missed when you only show the final product, so I thought I’d share a few more.
I bought these wooden frames from Michael’s and Mia and I painted them different colors. I bought some onesies and baby socks and hung them from twine. I embellished each end with lace and ribbon in different colors and textures. They turned out so cute.
Here’s another tiny flag banner made out of scrapbook card stock, twine, and mini clothes hangers. I will string this inside a vintage suitcase as part of one of the center pieces (I think… We’ll see how it actually turns out the day I decorate. I always end up moving things around).
I made this banner using doilies I found in the dollar bin. I simply folded them in half and secured it with double sided tape.
I’m getting really excited for this shower! I’ve pulled a bunch of thing together that I already have, I’m just going to bring it all and wing it that day. I think I’ll bring my up cycled blue thrift store shelf to put the drinks on. We’ll see! The shower isn’t for a couple weeks. Can’t wait to show you!