How to Personalize Your Spring Party

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Party Favor- Candy Tin

Spring is in the air, and to kick off this colorful time of year, we, at Expressionery.com, want to share fun tips on how to personalize your party. From tea parties to birthdays or any other celebration it’s easy to add a personal touch with custom stamps.

The Party Favor: What better way to say Thank You to your guests than with a fun party favor. Small tins and party bags can be purchased at just about any craft store and filled with candy or goodies of your choice. For our green and yellow spring celebration we added a polka dotted ribbon and a simple round label with a fun stamp to the top of a tin and filled it with candy. Voila: a perfectly easy party favor!

Party Gift Bag

The Gift Bag: It’s easy to update gifts and gift bags with a stamp on the tissue paper and the gift tag, or in some cases, the bag itself.

Party Checklist

The Notepad: Create your own personal stationery with colorful paper, a ribbon or twine and your stamp in the bottom corner. No matter the size, this stationery is fun for any party planner or a fun and functional gift.

Party Plate Setting

The Place Setting: There’s no better way to liven up your dinner table than with personalized place mats and table settings. To create the place mat you just need craft paper, ribbon and a stamp to customize for your party theme or for each guest at your table. Utilize your stamp even further by creating customized napkins and a favor for the after dinner snack.

Spring Party Thank You Note

The Thank You Note: A handwritten thank you note is appropriate for any celebration. Make it easier on yourself, and your wrist, by stamping your return address on the envelopes. P.S. You can use these on your invitation envelopes too. ;)

How will you personalize your next party?

Click the link below to see other fun stamp uses for parties and more from the PSA Stamp Camp blog. Happy stamping!

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