Hello everyone!! Berina here on the Craftwell blog today, with the decor I made for a Social Distancing Baby Shower in the parking of our local park.
A few of us decided to throw a surprise baby shower for one of our friends, who's expecting a baby girl. It was low-key because of the corona breakout. We had week to plan and execute it. I made the banner and a star garland for the decoration. Since it was in a parking lot, we hung the banner between 2 cars. For the banner, I got a free printable from one of the websites, printed it and cut it out. I had the golden color alphabets, which I bought sometime back from Michaels. To add a little more interest, I die cut butterflies using the die set from Crafter's Companion on gold mirror card stock and adhered it to each banner flag. I used a golden colored thread to string the banner. For the space between the words, I die cut stars using the die set from Brutus Monroe on the same gold mirror card stock and adhered it in between the words.
For the star garland, I die cut stars of different sizes from pink cardstock, the banner background print out, gold mirror card stock and gold glitter card stock. I used the fishing line to thread the garland.
Here's how it looked in the parking lot:
I also made this framed piece - my friend shared this idea from Pinterest, in which I wrote all our names (the original plan was to make everyone present to sign their names, but COVID happened!). I die cut the circles for balloons from 3 different colored card stock and adhered them all down on to poster board.
I hope everyone enjoyed my post and get inspired. Be safe and until next time!