MAKE IT: DIY Fringed Party Noisemakers in Silver, Mint, White, Pink | By DIY Bloggista Renee!

Happy Monday afternoon, faces!  I’ve been so excited to show you guys this project our DIY contributor Renee Hong sent along last week for the blogadoosh.  Are you guys loving Renee’s projects as much as I am?  Because no joke, each time she shoots over a new project I’m covered in smile.  It gets, like, ALL OVER my face.  Two-napkin job.   

Anywho, I really think you guys are gonna dig this one!  Do let us know!  It’s all about the perfect party prop for any occasion, met with the perfect color combo, met with easy instructions, met with inexpensive supplies.  That spells quality DIY project ’round these here parts.  I pretty much guarantee you I’ll be rocking these at my own wedding THAT’s how much I love them.  Ok, take it away, Renee…

Hi friends — Renee here, again!

Today I’ll be showing you how to make fringed noisemakers! Don’t worry, they aren’t anything like the tacky ones you’d find at the party supply store — these are shiny, fun, and can be made in pretty colors to fit any occasion. They’re a perfect way to have your guests send you out at the end of your wedding, or can simply be used to add some spark to an engagement party or shower. Ready to see how easy these are to make? Let’s get started!

What you’ll need:

- Colored tissue paper
- White/ivory tissue paper
- Silver mylar (you can use a roll or the sheets)
- Silver tape (optional, transparent tape works almost as well)
- Scissors
- Noisemaker mouthpieces (not pictured — I used these cheapies and just disassembled the “blowout” part)

Step 1:

Cut your paper!
- One 5″x6″ rectangle of colored tissue paper
- One 2″x6″ rectangle of white tissue paper
- Two 2″x6″ rectangles of silver mylar

Step 2:

Use fringe scissors or regular scissors to fringe each of the rectangles, leaving about half an inch at the top of the sheets.

Step 3:

Take one of the silver mylar pieces and secure the un-fringed side to the end of the noisemaker mouthpiece using tape. Wrap the sheet around the noisemaker and secure the end with tape. Repeat with all of the other sheets — first the colored paper, then the white paper, and ending on top with the second mylar sheet.

Step 4 (optional):

Take a two-inch piece of silver tape and wrap it around completely to polish it off!

That’s it! Told you they were easy!

Thanks to Jenna Rae Photography for snapping these fun photos — she does a stunning job, no?

Now you’ve got some quick, pretty party pieces for your next event! What do you think? :)

xo Renee

Label(s): Renee, The Bloggistas, {DIY + Freebies}

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  1. Lena on June 18, 2012

    These are the cutest!!

    • Lisa Pavia ( on June 20, 2012

      Very cute and dainty! Seems simple enough to make. They would even look great with printed tissue paper…like a damask tissue paper or animal print! Love your ideas!

  2. Jenessa on June 18, 2012

    Holy christ I love your DIYs. It’s like you go inside my brain, pull out my favorite colors and then make things I didn’t even know until this moment that I NEED at my wedding. Keep em coming! (please:)

    Btw I loved the bow one too, so adorbs. Planning to make it with/for my FH’s niece for the wedding! I’ll let you know how it turns out!

    • Renee on June 18, 2012

      Haha, thanks Jenessa! Can’t wait to see how it turns out — and feel free to let me know if you’d like any custom DIY/decor for your wedding :)

  3. Courtney on June 19, 2012

    Adorable! Definitely wish I would have had these for our wedding!

  4. julia on June 19, 2012

    these are awesome! love the colors so much!

  5. Alison on June 19, 2012

    Julia – I especially love the colors, too. Probably because they go so perfectly with the blog aesthetic. ;)

  6. Marie on June 19, 2012

    So cute! I love these for ANY party. Well done!

  7. Loe on June 19, 2012

    I am so making these. Supplies have been ordered! SO EXCITED!

  8. Sarah on June 19, 2012

    I love this!

  9. Shelly on June 29, 2012


  10. Cindy on July 7, 2012

    so nice! love your idea

  11. Chaunte Vaughn on December 8, 2012

    Where do you find such beautiful tissue paper?! I’ve been looking all over to find a light blush, peach, ivory and light grey. I see that I can buy it in bulk on amazon, but I only need a little. Do you have any suggestions?

  12. lyndsay // coco cake land on November 23, 2013

    i just looove the colours in this post! perfect palette and super cute DIY, renee! ^__^

  13. Kayla on December 19, 2013

    I’m in the process of making these for all of my wedding guests! Just like the post says — they are very simple to make… and they are turning out BEAUTIFUL!! I’m adding a tag with guest names and table numbers, so these will be my place cards. The attached tag is going to say “Make Some Noise for the Bride & Groom!” The tag is attached using pretty ribbon and tied around the silver tape at the top.

    THANK YOU for this DIY tutorial!!


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