How to make your 50th birthday decor in 30 days

How to Make Your 50th Birthday Decor in 30 Days, Part 1 by Liz Littrell.

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If you have a 50th anniversary party coming up, and you want to take a little bit of time to decorate it with a bunch of new decorations, here are 10 ideas that are easy and inexpensive to do within a day.

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Make a cake to commemorate your 50 years of being in the news and the celebration of your 50 year anniversary, like a birthday cake for someone special or for yourself.

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Make something to commemorate a special occasion or event, like the birth of a child, a wedding, or your birthday.

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Make some party decorations or decorations to be used for parties or weddings.

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Make party decor to decorates a room, a bar, a bedroom, a dining room, or anything else you might want to use in your 50-year anniversary party.

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Make fun party decor or party decorations for an anniversary party to make the party even more special.

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Make birthday cake decorations to celebrate your 50 birthday.

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Make Halloween decorations for your 50 anniversary or anniversary party or celebration.

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Make decorations for a party for someone you love or a family member you haven’t seen in years.

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9.

Make wedding or anniversary gifts or decorations.

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Make special birthday decorations for someone or a special event for your birthday or anniversary.

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Happy Birthday, Liz!