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Quick Party Planning Tip: Playdough for Party Signs

26 September 2009 12,963 views One Comment

by heather

Here's a great party planning tip from Kirsten & Jordan at Kojo Designs: Use those little single-serving playdough tubs as anchors for signs at parties. Apparently it's become a "hostessing staple" for them, and I can see why! If the look of a tub of playdough doesn't suit your party decor, stick the tubs (or just the playdough) into something that coordinates, like tea cups or terra cotta flowerpots (you can spray paint them any color!). You can pick up party packs of playdough (generic) at the dollar store, or check for post-holiday sales for bags of bulk playdough party favors. You can also make your own playdough for super cheap! [click here for Kojo Designs' party tips]

Project Estimate:

  • Playdough, FREE and up (Free if you make your own)

Total: FREE and up

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  • Lara Starr said:

    That is effin’ brilliant. I just threw a party and make these cockamamie sign holders with styrofoam balls and foam core that did the job, but looked a little ticky-tacky. I’m so going this route next time – and I can dye the dough to match the decor. Sweet!