DIY Geometric Honeycomb Decor
Jenny Batt of Hank & Hunt is sharing yet another easy project that I have a feeling you will love it too! With our current obsession for polygons, what is not to love about this DIY Geometric Honeycomb Decor? The best thing about this project is that you can come up with your own polygon shape – or several of them. We’re partial to the several of them option.
I’m still crazy over geometric shapes, are you? I just can’t seem to find enough ways to incorporate them into a party, that said, I’m always looking for easy ways to change up traditional party decor. I’m constantly looking for inspiration and when I saw Confetti System’s PARTYPARTYdecorations, I had an idea. I have made my own honeycomb balls from honeycomb pads in the past, but thought I could make these one step easier. Check out the solution below. You can also purchase them here if you prefer buying them ready or don’t have the time to make them.
You will need:
honeycomb balls, various sizes (here is my secret source)
sharp, heavy duty scissors
Mark the center of the ball on the cardboard. Draw two straight lines on either side, forming half a square. Cut on the line, be careful not to cut the corners, it makes it more stable. On each cut line, gently run your fingernail over the edge to loosen the paper. Open and enjoy. Decorate as desired. Experiment with new shapes and have fun!