Christian Zamora & Candace Lowry for BuzzFeed Designlovefest | Youaremyfave | 1. Use bright paper fans to create a wall of pinwheels. Via youaremyfave.com Get the tutorial here. 2. Create a gorgeous backdrop with just chicken wire and napkins. Via designlovefest.com Check it out. 3. What's a spring party without flowers? Via blog.freepeople.com Learn how to create the hipster look here. 4. Weighted down balloons and white paper can transform a room. Via blog.freepeople.com Simple and easy instructions here. 5. Create an insane mural with just tissue paper. Via lovelyindeed.com Video and photo tutorial here. 6. One word: Marshmallows. Via greenweddingshoes.com Just try not to eat them... 7. This may take a little time, but all you need is glue, scissors, and paper. Via ruffledblog.com Get your 8-bit on here. 8. Yarn is no longer just for knitting. Via creativebug.com Mix and match colors and levels in this fun tutorial. 9. Utilize a popular pattern for bright photos. Via theglitterguide.com This is an easy and simple DIY. 10. These are so simple, yet perfect for a spring party. Via ohhappyday.com Remind you of the paper chains you used to make? 11. The primary element is found right outside your door...for free. Via designlovefest.com Get the instructions here. 12. Colorful tissue paper gives a white wall the perfect pop of color. Via confettisunshine.com View the step-by-step instructions here. 13. Light, earthy, colors can give your photo booth an ethereal feel. Via shopruche.com See the tutorial here. 14. Layering streamers creates texture and a happy atmosphere. Via ruffledblog.com Get your scissors ready for the tutorial here. 15. These tulips and paper flowers are perfect for a bridal shower. Via greenweddingshoes.com Learn how to make it here. 16. Stars are great for a kid's birthday party or even your own. Via sharnacious.blogspot.com All you need is string, a star punch, and strips of paper. Click here for the full list of instructions. 17. Gatsby party anyone? Via woodandgrain.com Learn how to layer fringe garland here. 18. Use old books to create a reader's wonderland. Via studiodiy.com With burlap, you can create a whole new look here. 19. Removable decals are always a plus. Via alixandralewisadams.blogspot.co.uk Create simple, yet eye-catching triangles here. 20. Making a striped backdrop is as simple as taping streamers to your wall. Via lovelyindeed.com For tips and tricks, head over to Lovely Indeed. 21. This creation will look more like an art piece, instead of a simple backdrop. Via greenweddingshoes.com You will perfect your folding abilities after this. 22. Cupcake liners can make more than just baked goods. Via bridetobridesmaid.blogspot.com This backdrop is perfect for any bridal occasion. 23. Streamers yet again FTW. Via thevelvetbow.wordpress.com This is perfect for creating a last minute photo booth. 24. Dyed coffee filters create an insanely gorgeous garland. Via 31bits.com Find out how to make them here. 25. These may appear to be impossible, but they are so easy. Via shopruche.blogspot.com Just grab some glue, yarn, and a balloon to create this. 26. Bring Alice in Wonderland to life with paper mache and chicken wire. Via designsponge.com It may take time, but these are pretty simple. Full tutorial here. 27. A backdrop for the messy person. Via studiodiy.com Release creative expression by creating a splatter paint backdrop here. 28. Create a perfect look for a summer bash. Via greenweddingshoes.com Simply cut out and string waxed paper. Learn more here. 29. Brighten up any party by creating a rainbow photo booth. Via shopsweetlulublog.com Find out how to make it here. 30. Minimalist bows can add a pop of color to a spring high tea. Via honeyandfitz.com Master the technique here. 31. Believe it or not, this backdrop is made entirely out of painted straws. Via greenweddingshoes.com This backdrop can be hung up year round. 32. Interweaving streamers create a colorful, checkered backdrop in no time at all. Via theeclecticlife.wordpress.com Find the tutorial here.