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80s Party Arcade Graphics. Download custom 80s Party Printables at http://sparklerparties.com/rock-the-80s/80s-party-printables/

80s Printables

80s Party Arcade Graphics. Download custom 80s Party Printables at http://sparklerparties.com/rock-the-80s/80s-party-printables/

80s Party Decorations - 80s Slogan Balloons x 10 - Helium Quality

Details about 80s Party Decorations - 80s Slogan Balloons x 10 - 5 of Each Slogan - 12"

Disco Dance Birthday Party INSTANT DOWNLOAD full by SIMONEmadeit

Dance Party Invitation & Decorations - Disco Party - full Printable Package - INSTANT DOWNLOAD with EDITABLE text - you personalize at home

'80s party fortune teller garland - either make garland or just make a handful of guests to use

'80s party fortune teller garland - either make garland or just make a handful of guests to use

Wow what a transformation rendering and painting the house and painting the roof tiles makes!

Wow what a transformation rendering and painting the house and painting the roof tiles makes!

On the Creative Market Blog - 80’s Design Trends: 20 Amazing Posters

80’s Design Trends: 20 Amazing Posters

Want to make totally awesome 80's decorations? Here's a simple step-by-step DIY project to make cute and colorful Rubix cubes for your 80's theme party.  SUPPLIES: a) square box (14" square), b) scissors and/or paper cutter, c) glue stick and/or spray glue, d) black wrapping paper, and e) 3 sheets each of 6 colored paper.  STEPS: 1. Wrap the box in black paper.  2. Cut the colored paper into 4" squares. 3. Glue 9 squares onto each side of the box, leaving 1/3-1/4" between squares. Done!

Want to make totally awesome 80's decorations? Here's a simple step-by-step DIY project to make cute and colorful Rubix cubes for your 80's theme party. SUPPLIES: a) square box (14" square), b) scissors and/or paper cutter, c) glue stick and/or spray glue, d) black wrapping paper, and e) 3 sheets each of 6 colored paper. STEPS: 1. Wrap the box in black paper. 2. Cut the colored paper into 4" squares. 3. Glue 9 squares onto each side of the box, leaving 1/3-1/4" between squares. Done!