Use paper to decorate your next gathering.
You get custom, color-coordinated, décor – and it’s cost-effective! It’s all contained in one package of fun paper. We’ll help you crank out the cutest party pieces in nearly any theme.
Papercraft designer Jill Broadbent gives the formula.
To follow along with all her creative endeavors, follow @craftyafternoon on Instagram.
6 Steps for Using Paper to Decorate a Party
- Start With a Coordinated Paper Pack
- Send Out a Cute Invitation
- Think in Simple Shapes
- Create Décor That Becomes Gifts
- Amplify the Theme With Small Details
- Make an Advice Book
Jill Broadbent has been in the memory keeping industry for over 20 years. As an avid scrapbooker, Jill has a passion teaching people how to tell their stories in unique and meaningful ways. From paper crafts to hand lettering to painting, sharing creativity is her key to joy. She feels fortunate for the opportunity to make her talent and passion her work. Jill has three children and a very supportive husband, Dave.