We gathered up some popular "Martha Stewart Baby Shower Ideas" to inspire you and help you host the cutest shower ever! Everyone knows that Martha is the queen of crafts! Below are some cute baby shower crafts and ideas that will take your shower to a whole new level!
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So cute and easy to make! Bundle up 6 balloons to make a flower and tie with a string! Hang from trees if having an outdoor baby shower. If inside, hang from the ceiling - or make balloon bouquets using small balloons and attach to the gift table, food table and stream several together to make a garland!
Love these! So unique and elegant! Perfect for a "A Baby's About to Hatch" baby shower! Crack an egg, save the shell and fill with potting soil. Add a flower seed and place in a painted terra cotta pot. Use as place settings and give away at the end of the shower for baby shower favors! Get free birdie favor tags here.
I make these cute flower lollipops all of the time. They take seconds to make and make such a sweet impression! Simply draw a flower on card stock to make a template, trace and cut out several flowers. Punch a small hole in the middle and add a lollipop to the center of the flower. These are also perfect for classroom Valentines, birthday parties and any kid celebration!
Purchase mini birds nests at your local craft store, add sweet Jordan Almonds and a name tag (print the guest's names out on a sheet of paper using a fancy font and cut out) These make adorable baby shower favors and decorations - and they also double as a place setting!
We made this free, printable "A Baby's About To Hatch" picture to go perfectly with a baby bird theme! All you have to do is print it onto a nice, white laser paper, trim around the edges, place in a frame 8x10" picture frame and you're ready to go! Use as a cute decoration for the baby shower and then give it to the new mom to hang in the nursery. (Click on the picture to be taken to the page where this print is located.)
Martha Stewart Baby Shower Ideas
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