DIY Party Ideas

Carnival Theme or Circus Theme Party

Comments (29)
  1. Veronica Alarcon says:

    these are great ideas!! what an amazing imagination!! i love it! i want to see the rest!! how do we find the blog?????

    1. dwulf says:

      Hi Veronica! Thank you so much! To view the rest, go to the homepage http://www.diyinspired.com. You will see several projects. The rest of the Candyland party is near the bottom. Thanks for visiting!!

    2. denise kersey says:

      I am planning our family reunion 2018 wanting touse a carnival wizard of oz theme no place like home theme would like more infor dettaill on how to make this happen love the red slippers with cake photo boothany assistance oulod be apprrecatived

      1. Dinah Wulf says:

        What a great theme! I think the easiest way to incorporate the Wizard of Oz to a carnival theme is to stick with a color scheme like yellow and emerald green. You can add purple too. This way you can have all the traditional carnival games, just use the color scheme. Also incorporate the yellow brick road wherever you can! I hope this helps!

  2. Shereda says:

    Are there directions anywhere for the glued popcorn centerpieces?

    1. dwulf says:

      Hi Shereda! The popcorn is attached with spray adhesive. It comes in an aerosol can and you can purchase it at any craft store or online. Let me know if you have any other questions! Thank you so much for stopping by and commenting!

      1. dwulf says:

        Hi Shereda! I was incorrect in my answer to you! I apologize 🙂 I spoke with Jennifer last night and she told me she stuffed yellow tissue paper in the bottom of each bucket. Next, she hot glued each piece of popcorn. She sprayed a clear acylic spray paint on top. Post some pictures on FB if you end up doing it! Our FB page is http://www.facebook.com/diyinspired.

    2. Ray Mosley says:

      How was the carnival game booth done? Is that wood or fabric used?

        1. Ray Mosley says:

          Thought so. Thank you.

      1. Ray Mosley says:

        How is the wood and tent leg connected? So it wouldn’t fall.

        1. Dinah Wulf says:

          Hi Ray! It’s Plywood and 2 x 4’s cut, painted and screwed together for the booths. There are braces on the back side. Hope this helps!

  3. Shereda says:

    Thanks a lot! I will attempt to make these, wish me luck!

    1. dwulf says:

      Good luck! I would love it if you posted them on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/diyinspired

  4. tealesia says:

    I wanted to know how she did the balloon dart throw for the Carnival Theme or Circus Theme Party. Could you let me know I am planing one as we speak.

    1. dwulf says:

      Hi there! I believe she used plywood for the back and a foam presentation board on top. They used thumb tacks to attach the balloons. I will ask her tomorrow. She is in the hospital and just had her twin baby girls! I’ll get back to you ASAP!

    2. dwulf says:

      OK, I spoke with Jen. Cut plywood to the desired size. Paint it. Frame the back with a 2X4 for a slanted stand. Use push pins, thumb tacks, or drywall nails to attach the balloons, just make sure that there is a large, flat head.

  5. Tammy says:

    How did you glue the popcorn in the centerpieces? I have the tubs an wanted to do this but didn’t know how I would yet.

  6. Tammy says:

    Never mind 😉 lol. I read above. That’s actually the only way I could think of dining it. Good to know about the clear spray paint though.

  7. Tish says:

    I love the centerpieces, actually I love everything. I am trying to figure out how you glued the popcorn to give it the realistic look. You are amazing continue to be creative.

  8. Tish says:

    Never mind I just read about the popcorn. Thanks

  9. MJ says:

    Where did you find those great peanut boxes? I’d love to find to find something like those. Too cute!

    1. Dinah Wulf says:

      They were in the Target dollar bin years ago!

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