Sunday, February 26, 2012

DIY: Presents Fit for a Birthday Princess

Hey everyone!
So sorry for no blog post yesterday, but I had to clean and do homework after my best friend's Hannah's 19th birthday party.  She's the self-proclaimed princess (no, shes not a brat; just really funny!), so we had to give her a present fit for royalty!  It was super easy and inexpensive, and super cute.  Here it is:

It was really easy, all you'll need is:
1 cup or glass to decorate (I got mine at Michaels)
Letter Stickers (mine were purple and sparkly, but any kind you like!)
Cute design stickers
Super glue

First, make sure to take off any stickers on the glass.  Then, super glue on your letters and design in whatever pattern and order you want.  Even if they're already sticky, you should super glue them too; just to make sure they don't fall off.  Then, I wrapped and superglued three different ribbon colors around the stem of the glass.  Finally, I stuck a 19 on the back, since it's her 19th birthday.  

Like I said, super easy and it turns out really cute! Perfect for any girl on her birthday! :)  We also found this princess cupcake stand at Michael's, and I thought I'd include a picture, because it's so cute! 

What's the best homemade present you've ever received?
Comment and let me know! :)

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  1. This is such a great idea! Defo will try for the next birthday I can! xx

  2. loving the pics :)follow back please

  3. Those are lovely cups.(: The best homemade present I've ever received is probably a personal, handwritten letter.<3 Simple, but says so much at the same time.
    You have a gorgeous blog!<3 Please check out mine?

  4. I love that glass! Great job.

    I don't think I've ever actually received a homemade present before - however, I have made quite a few scrapbooks for friend's birthdays in the past, which always seemed to be gratefully received!

  5. This is so cute :)
    Have a beautiful day


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