You’ve heard of blog crushes, right? Well Studio DIY just might be our blog soul mate. Whether you’re planning a party or just the day-to-day celebration of life, you’ll want to check out the great tutorials and inspiration for party costumes, decorations, food, and more by blogger Kelly Lanza. She manages to infuse a little of her Los Angeles sunshine in each and every project she shares.
You can’t help but smile from all the bright, colorful stylish wackiness. Her obsessions—donuts, balloons, pineapples, and glitter—just might become yours. Oh, and of course there’s plenty of DIY action for Halloween and free downloadable printables too.
Keeping with the fun theme, all the projects are easy-to-make and require only a few supplies. To give you a taste, here are 10 of my favorite projects that I can’t wait to make!
Why carve pumpkins when you can have so much fun painting them? And moreover, why do spooky, when you can do fun! Pineapple pumpkins would make a welcome, unexpected splash of color on anyone’s doorstep.
Make the Cake and be the hit of every Halloween party this season.
Who would have thought that balloons can be even more magical? Well they can now. Just dip them in glitter!
Sure garland makes for great party decor, but why not have it around everyday. Any kid’s room would benefit from this colorful, warm-hearted love garland. From tassels to beach balls toHalloween bunting, there’s no shortage of great garland on Studio DIY.
We told you Studio DIY was about style didn’t we? Well, it doesn’t get trendier than color blocked. So why not make up some color blocked cutlery in colors that match the theme of your next party? People will love it, and kids will love helping to make them too!
Lemonade stands step aside; there’s a new franchise in town. You could easily interpret this a kitchen/café set for indoor play.
We’re pretty sure kids and grown ups alike would have a blast dipping just about anything into glitter. Turn any basic or tired accessory into festive fun with this super easy tutorial.
Sometimes decorating boxes can be as much fun as giving the gift inside, and these pinata boxes are no exception. People won’t want to open these they’re so pretty.
Guests won’t be able to resist raising a toast in true mid-century style. Make a set of these for yourself or as a gift. And try out other shapes to make multiple sets of DIY glasses.
Add a little party to your wardrobe with a confetti T-shirt made from potato stamps. Or brighten your kiddos day with this fun DIY project.