Tuesday, May 1, 2012

A Passion for Pink {Crepe Paper Curtains}

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We have all done crepe paper crafts at some point, mostly during our grade school days.   So when the recent opportunity arose to decorate B's Crafternoon party with crepe paper curtain in gradient shades of pink, I was delighted!  The wonderful ombre effect made by combining white, light pink and fuschia pink made it easy for me to convince the 2 girls of how fun making crepe paper curtains can be!
 
It is really a simple process of cutting, lining up, cutting, lining up...

Here is the step-by-step guide on how I did it.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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3 comments:

Jen Laceda | Tartine and Apron Strings said...

Nice! Love the ombre effect! I made some white and fuschia crepe paper curtains for T's birthday, but since my kids were too young to commit to cutting the paper, I had to do ALL the cutting myself! I got some wicked hand cramps after that!!!

Thanks for sharing your DIY tips!

Munchkin said...

Thank you so much for the detailed instructions, now I'll know how to do it, it looks soo pretty and better than letting it down flat.

Wallcoverings said...

The author is sharing the passion for pink crepe paper curtains. Good information

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