The more I look at this project, the more it looks like a celebration for a one-year-old, which it totally can be, and sort of is, except not really. So what’s going on, you ask?? My friends at Pottery Barn Teen asked me to make some pinata letters to help them celebrate one year of blogging at The Stylehouse!
I first guest posted for PBteen to help the launch of their blog, and already it’s been a year of being a DIY contributor for them. Wow. So in a way, this is me celebrating with them as well :)
If you know how to use scissors, then you can definitely do this DIY. It helps having fringe scissors over regular scissors, and for sure make this your own with just numbers or a monogram, which you might have seen people do a lot when photographing their babies each month (I love those). Could I also maybe even suggest making some for a Valentine’s Day soiree? A Galentine’s Day party?? Ey??? How’s that for trying to be relevant?
For the DIY on these pinata letters, head over to The Stylehouse. If you are thinking about how cute that ceramic camel is (c/o PBteen), you can find that here. Ok ok, last thing- PBteen will be celebrating all month long, with surprise giveaways on their Instagram and PBteen gift card giveaways on their blog. You guys can enter the giveaway here if you’d like!
13 comments on “DIY Pinata Letters”
Adorable! I never knew I needed some pinata letters in my life, but I obviously do!
I didn’t, either. I never would have done these if it weren’t for the occasion (that sounds like a real captain obvious statement, huh?) Thanks, Brynne!
These just look so cute and make such a great statement for a party! Definitely keeping them in mind for my daughters next bday!
These would for sure be so cute for her birthday. Thanks, Gilly, hope you give them a try!
Perfect! It looks so awesome!
Thank you, Monique!
Amy, these are too darling for words! I love that blangin’ gold number one and seriously need to get my hands on some fringe scissors :)
Aw thanks, Amy! Yea I’m keeping my eyes open for how to use them next. I’ve got an itch to fringe all the stuff.
Love them and they would be perfect for our daughter.
I really love this idea. I am going to try this for my Valentine this year. You really did a wonderful job according to the images…I hope I can do half as good…wish me luck.
Thanks for sharing the idea
Oh nice!! Must be a special Valentine :) Let me know how it goes, Donna! Thank you!
I love these! Trying to come up with a wall space I can add these too.
Thanks, Sophie! If not hanging on a wall, maybe to hang from the ceiling near a wall? Hope you give it a try!