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Woodland Food Table Backdrop

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Good morning!! This week I have been sharing tutorials from our Woodland-themed birthday party. The final project is this fun and simple woodland food table backdrop. It was so easy to throw together and it had a huge impact on the look of our party! Food table displays have become so popular and its easy to see why – they make a great focal point for parties and a great place to put your decorating energy into since the food table is always visited!

For our Woodland-themed book party I wanted to do a fun food table. Pinterest is jam packed with amazing food and dessert table ideas. After pinning a bajillion ideas, I decided to do something oober simple and inexpensive. I bought a yard of beautiful woodland fabric, part of Robert Kaufman’s Sound of the Woods collection, and wrapped it around a large board I had in my art supply stash. This project was so quick to do and I love the look it brought to the table. I am also a big fan because I was able to take the fabric off of the board after the party and return the board to my art supplies. I know I’ll find another use for the beautiful fabric. I added two paper banners to the top of the board to tie in the bright colors of the party.

Robert Kaufman Sounds of the Woods Metallic Large Tree Shadow

Below you can see a couple process photos for the woodland food table backdrop. It was really just as simple as stretching the fabric across the board and taping it from the back. The yard of fabric was under $12 with shipping so this project along with the red balloons were one of the few things I bought for the party that couldn’t be found around our house!

DIY Fabric Food Table Backdrop DIY Fabric Food Table BackdropDIY Fabric Food Table Backdrop

Woodland Party Table Backdrop

Well, this tutorial wraps it up for my party posts! Whew! I really enjoyed planning and crafting for my kids’ combined birthday party. Their birthday parties have become one of my favorite crafting projects of the year. 

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