How to Make Centerpieces for an Adult Birthday Party

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Throwing an adult birthday party is a great opportunity to really focus on things that are near and dear to your hart. Make centerpieces for an adult birthday party with help from a crafts expert in this free video clip.

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Hey there, my name's Ken Maccarone with TheFrugalSophisticate.com. And today, I'm going to be showing you how to make adult centerpieces for an adult themed birthday party. Adult themed party can be a lot of fun. Remember Poker are a great adult party. Set up game tables around your room and for your centerpieces, I have a great idea for you. Taking out old poker chips and playing cards, are going to be a great way to pull your whole room together. Hot gluing poker chips to paper towel, which can be made to any desired length of your table, to create a runner or placemats. All you have to simply do, is hot glue your poker chips with your glue gun. A little dollop right on the back and then, you apply it right to your paper towel. Now, making sure that you do this for a party is always a great idea, your guests will love it, it adds some fun to it. And another thing too, it follows through with your theme. Having a great theme at your party, is always going to be an awesome way for you to pull your whole room together for that day of the party. The great thing about playing cards, is they're going to fill in all of our holes that we have, right her eon our placemat. So, simply by gluing the back of your card and filling in those holes, that's really how you're going to create that look of poker game gone fun. That's right, fun adult games are all that you're going to have going on at these parties. So why not bring it right to your decoration. I'm Ken Maccarone and that's how you make an adult themed centerpiece.

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