Ladies’ Crafting Night Party Themes: 10 Fun-filled DIY Projects!

Crafting Party Themes You and the Ladies will Love

Beyond the company of your BFFs and yummy food and drinks, have you thought about hosting a girls night in with a fun craft you can all do together? There are dozens of amazing ideas on the web for crafting parties or women’s/ladies’ craft nights to get you excited. We chose 10 that are sure to inspire you: 5 party posts featuring DIY projects for home decor and accent pieces, and 5 more to treat yourselves and to gift to those you love. Time to get your craft on!

CRAFTS FOR THE HOME: Farmhouse Style, Geometric, Boho, Nature-loving

In these 5 craft party themes, each lady will get to create a decor piece that will add a personal touch to their home or office. Plus, many of these posts share the entire setup – table decor, food and drinks buffet, desserts – that makes these more than just how-to workshops, but actual parties!

Ladies Crafting Night Farmhouse Projects

The farmhouse style is hugely popular for home decorating. So why not a Farmhouse Style Sign Painting Party (1) that allows the ladies to create a little bit of it to take home – via charming inspirational signs using letter stencils, paint, pre-cut plywood and pre-assembled, pre-stained frames?

Is the geometric style more your thing? Check out this Ladies Craft Night – Wood Planters project (4) for having a blast while decorating modern, neon, pom pom-trimmed containers for your plants.

Think your friends might fancy the boho style? Take inspiration from this really cool Garden Dinner Birthday and Macrame Craft Party (3), that starts out with a fabulous food-and-drinks spread and ends with an evening macrame-making session

Finally, to allow you to celebrate nature this spring and summer, consider these 2 delightful themes we found: a Succulent Planting Party (2) and a Flower Arranging Party (5). Seriously, these are so easy to do – using everyday objects and fresh plants and flowers – with such adorable results!

Credits: 1 – Unoriginal Mom / 2 – Dukes and Duchesses / 3 - Little Miss Momma / 4 - Meri Cherry / 5 – Paging Supermom

CRAFTS FOR YOU & YOURS: Fun Accessories, Vision Boards, Holiday

Now for some “me time” crafts – creating wood bead and tassel accessories, plus personal vision boards (new to you, too? read on!). And 2 “us time” crafts for those near and dear to you – holiday gift wrapping and Valentine card making!

Ladies Craft Night Seasonal Ideas

This DIY Wood Bead Necklace Craft Night (1) includes both the necklace tutorial and a recipe for a yummy Oreo-based treat. So you can double the party fun!

More really chic and easy projects are included in this DIY Mixed Crafts Party (2) that takes place in a pretty poolside setting: friendship and hex bolt bracelets, painted rocks and tassel key chains, and mobiles made from driftwood and feathers.

Want to try something new? Why not host a Vision Board Party (4)? This post presents it as “a fun way to define the life that you want for yourself,” while having a whole lot of fun. It lists materials, supplies, and how-to tips, too.

Will your ladies craft night happen near an upcoming holiday? Great! It can provide the perfect gathering for a group project inspired by that holiday. Just look at this Christmas Gift Wrapping Party (3) and this Valentine Cards’ Making Party (5) for some truly fabulous party styling, aside from the crafts themselves!

Credits: 1 – Alice & Lois / 2 – Birds of a Feather and Sitting in a Tree Events, via 100 Layer Cake / 3 – Pink Peppermint Design / 4 – Travel Mamas / 5 – Jenny Cookies

If you’re planning a baby or bridal shower, here are some more crafting party ideas: 

10 Craft-themed Bridal Shower Activities: Creative + Fun!

Art-inspired Projects: Creative Bridal Shower Activities!

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