Inside: The most fun DIY Kabuki Streamers perfect to use as throw streamers!
I am still smiling from yesterday, you guys. Thank you so much for the incredible support and encouragement for the new magazine. I am thrilled about the magazine launch and even more happy that you love it so much. Thanks for being awesome… To celebrate the big day I came up with these totally fun DIY streamers! These Kabuki Streamers is every party must-have!
Now, for the latest DIY party love of mine – KABUKI Streamers
These DIY streamers are perfect for the next time you’d like to throw streamers, but not have to clean up a mess. Hand them out to guests at a wedding, or celebrate a birthday with bright colorful flair! Each little pack holds nine feet of Kabuki streamer happiness wrapped up inside and with a simple flick of the wrist they come showering out.
To make the Kabuki streamers you will need:
- Pretty thick textured paper
- Pull here label
DIY KABUKI Streamers Step by Step
To make the streamers
- Start by cutting a length of normally sized streamers into 3 separate widths.
- Roll up one section of each of the streamers together in a bunch.
- Once rolled, cover with the thick textured paper cut to size, attach a small string to hold the streamer pack with.
- Secure with a label that says pull here!
Once the pull here label is released the KABUKI STREAMERS will fly around and create a gorgeous & festive display at the wedding or party. Such a fun way to make a serious scene of revelry.
PS. Ping pong lights for a party and braided streamer garland that will make good use of the leftover streamers.
Photography by the fabulous Carly Taylor.
12 CommentsLeave a Reply
i seriously love this idea! totally adorable and people will have so much fun pulling these!
Eek, these are genius!
This may be my favorite DIY project you’ve done.
These are amazingly great! Just tweeted and fb about your mag!
Have a wonderful midweek xx
These are amazingly great!
Just tweeted and fb about your mag, love it all!
Have a lovely midweek xx
Oh boy! I can’t contain my excitement for these little lovelies!
Victoria, you’ve outdone yourself (again!) These are incredible…I heart them in a MAJOR way!
Just amazing! You are so clever! Congrats on the launch – I can’t wait to spend some time this weekend having a lovely leisurely look! Happy weekend to you and I am so glad to have my internet access back, Stephie x
this rocks! love it!
Can you repost this DIY Project? I’d love to see the steps.
The link doesn’t work. Do you have a “how to” somewhere else?
Hello! I can’t seem to pull up any links that actually show how to make these. Everything just puts me back to “download the app” ??? I am working on props for a children’s theatre performance and would really really love to know how to make these. :0)