Crepe paper streamers are the ultimate in versatile party decorations. At 81ft long they can create bundles of impact at very little cost. The things that you can do with crepe paper streamers are almost endless, from crafting tiny paper flowers to creating enormous ceiling canopies, here are some crepe streamer styling ideas from across the internet:
Simply Hang Streamers to create a backdrop and focal point for your dessert or drinks table.
this Ceiling Decoration would look great for a rainbow themed party. Twist the Streamers for a fun effect.
This bow garland is so cute and too good to just use once. (link to tutorial at bottom of page)
Wow your guests with an amazing room partition, perfect for big parties, weddings and events and oh so easy!
Create ribbon wands using inexpensive crepe streamers (link to tutorial at bottom of page)
These cute streamers have been made by twisting the paper to make dots (link to tutorial at bottom of page)
This spectacular drape is simply paper streamers, it would cost a fraction of ribbon and the paper gives it an iridescent that you wouldn't get with fabric.
Use crepe streamers outdoors too (as long as they don't get wet).
Attach crepe paper streamers to a Big Balloon for a fun and inexpensive balloon tassel.
This stylish backdrop is made from simply hanging Crepe streamers mixed with gold ribbon.
These gorgeous flowers are so simple to make (link to tutorial at bottom of page)
This ceiling canopy transforms this church and creates a real carnival vibe.
Streamers are an easy and effect way to quickly create a photo booth backdrop.
These vibrant decorations are created by attaching crepe paper streamers to a circular wire hoop. They really pack a punch!
Boo! - Halloween has not been cancelled! Although traditional Halloween parties and Trick-or-Treating may not be on the agenda for most during this COVID19 pandemic, there are still plenty of ways we can celebrate this special time of year in a way that is safe and that follows social distancing restrictions.
I ordered these and the pastel wooden cutlery to give out to friends at socially-distanced gatherings so that I don’t have to wash up and risk spreading the virus. They are disposable but much more eco friendly than plastic. Ideal.