We can’t wait to celebrate 4th of July! We have a fun and easy centerpiece idea for your weekend DIY that is sure to look great on your 4th of July table-scape or red, white, and blue wedding! It’s completely customizable so you can keep it very simple or dress it up with as many accessories as you’d like!
Happy Father’s Day weekend! We have a fun video with DIY gift ideas that you can try! The best part is that you can use things around the house, like terrariums or mason jars from previous events. Simply fill with craft sand, jellies, or acrylic ice and decorate with your Dad’s favorite accessories. How will you be celebrating? Let us know in the comments!
Treat your Mom this Mother’s Day (Sunday, May 14) with a delicious breakfast in bed! Can we ever thank our amazing hardworking mothers for all the hard work they do? There are so many ways to show our gratitude – from gifts to thank you cards, but everyone will appreciate a relaxing start to the day. Maybe your SO is enjoying Mother’s Day for the first time (congratulations!) – we hope this idea will help you celebrate Mother’s Day and the amazing women in your life. Let us know how you’ll be celebrating in the comments!
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with your friends and family in style! Cinco de Mayo is celebrated on May 5th in the US and Mexico and we gathered our favorite ideas and inspiration to help you throw the perfect party! You can have fun and throw a fiesta for this historic event with lively decorations, colorful centerpieces and great food, without spending a fortune. Pin your favorites below or share your ideas with us in the comments!
It’s all about colorful tables and yummy treats, as seen on Pretty My Party, to set a fun and festive atmosphere! If your event is indoors, brighten up the space with sequined tablecloths or chevron runners in vibrant red, orange, green, or yellow colors.
Celebrate Easter in style with our last minute table decorating ideas! From the delicious desserts to fun DIY decorations, you will just love this Sunday brunch table! For this look, we paired a textured table runner with a colorful gingham checkered tablecloth for an eye-catching display. Use your favorite Easter color palette – think pastels and vibrant spring hues, and celebrate with your family and friends!
Love is in the air! We’re so excited for Valentine’s Day and we have two fun and easy DIY treat ideas for you to try! Whether you’re making these for the classroom or to surprise your special someone, they will be sure to love the presentation! Good luck and if you’d like even more inspiration, make sure to check out our Valentine’s Day Decorations playlist or our Valentine’s Day Board on Pinterest!
The holidays are around the corner and we’re sharing our favorite DIY gift ideas – from host and hostess gifts to easy gift wrapping ideas, you’ll find plenty of inspiration for your celebrations! The best part? All you need are some wooden chips, glue, felt and you can even reuse old Christmas or holiday decorations! Share your favorite ways to get festive with us – tag us @balsacircle or #balsacircle, we’d love to see your decorations!
We love this time of year and sharing tasty home-cooked treasured recipes with friends and family is our favorite part of celebrating! We know not everyone has a chance to make it home for the holidays, so this year, we wanted to create a look that would be perfect for a Friendsgiving celebration! Friendsgiving is simply a Thanksgiving meal you share with your friends. Sure, there’s probably still turkey and stuffing, but it can be less traditional and more of a pot-luck style meal.
Our idea for this dinner was all about high style on a budget – and a couple of fun DIY tutorials to make with friends. We decided on a rustic theme with a warm color palette of cream, champagne, gold, natural rustic brown, and black. Remember, your Friendsgiving can be any style – there are so many creative ways to celebrate! We hope this inspires you! Happy (early) Thanksgiving from Balsa Circle!
With its rich history and colorful decorations, Day of the Dead or Dia de los Muertos is a celebration of life like no other! To join in on the fun, we created a flower crown, like one you might see on a sugar skull. For the colors, we picked pink, yellow, and red which hold symbolic value for Day of the Dead celebrations. We used silk open roses, silk peonies and rose bud craft flowers but feel free to use your favorites! If you create one of these colorful flower crowns, make sure to tag us @BalsaCircle or with #balsacircle so we can use your beautiful work!
It’s almost time for Halloween! Why not dress up an old frame and create a spooky DIY display for you home, classroom, or Halloween-themed wedding! You’ll need some tulle circle ghosts, manzanita tree branches and a garland. We used an orange, purple and black color scheme for this one but feel free to use any color combination you like. Add favorite charms or paper decorations or even small LED lights. This project is great if you want to reuse decorations from previous events – take a chance and get creative! Share your finished projects with us with #balsacircle – we’d love to get in on the fun!
Share your favorite Halloween DIYs with us in the comments or on Twitter @BalsaCircle!