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This is the season for holiday parties, and we are not going to let 2020 be any different! That’s why we came up with this cute and clever idea to help you plan a virtual holiday party with your bestie. All you need to do is print our free templates below. Then join me for our live Craft Camp on November 20th to learn how to assemble your DIY party decorations.
If you’d like, you can send this post to your friends so they can make all of the same decorations as you for your virtual holiday party. Or, you can always surprise them by sending pre-assembled decorations!
Not only will we make paper party hats and cheerful party decorations, but I will also teach you how to make your own yarn pom poms using very simple tools you all have at home. Once you have all of your party decor ready, set a date. Then get some warm beverages and yummy snacks, and start your virtual holiday party. Our free download below also includes two games you can play together as well as a fun love letter project for you to give to a parent or friend.
Ready to get started? Everything you need for your virtual holiday party is listed below. As always, we used our Canon PIXMA to print all of our party decorations. If you love paper crafts and are looking for a new printer to use at home, make sure to check out Canon’s PIXMA Crafting Printers! Also, make sure you check out our video with tips and tricks for how to use your Canon printer.
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- Canon PIXMA TS6420
- For pom poms: dinner fork, serving fork, or a flap off of a cardboard box
- Canon Double-Sided Matte Paper
- Clear Tape or Glue
- Paper Straws
- Twine for Banner
- Yarn for Pom Poms
For the Party
- Warm Beverages
- Yummy Treats
- Dice for a Game
Download our free template below and cut everything out ahead of time if you want to craft along with me! Our YouTube Live will begin on November 20th at 11 am PST.
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