Stay cool with these five Labor Day dessert and drink ideas!
Make ice cold popsicles the star of the show like at this Summer Popsicle Party by Danielle Belleza E Luce.
Here are some fantastic parties added to our site this week... A baseball themed 99th birthday, for a girl who's
"having a ball," a ballerina birthday with table skirt like I've never seen, a Project Runway birthday that is even better than the show (wait until you see the cake ball nail polishes), and a little man mustache bash that's perfect for a fun baptism!
Doc McStuffins birthday parties are so popular on our site, I had to highlight some of my favorites! I think it's such a sweet show, and really does puts my daughter at ease about going to the doctor. :) To see the whole party that accompanies each photo, click on the photo or link. Enjoy!
Annabella C's Time For Your Check Up Party!
Here are some free football party printables for your upcoming football parties. With football season coming fast (he's very excited) so I wanted to get something up for us party people!
How about throwing a beer tasting party with these free printables from Belinda from Giggles & Grace Designs? It's true. Men, and parties for men, are definitely underrepresented on our site. So I was delighted when Belinda offered these "beer bash" printables to us that she designed for her husband's birthday! But not only would these work for a manly birthday, how about an upcoming Oktoberfest party??
I saw this paper flower chandelier created by Lia Griffith from Handcraft your Life, and had to share. It's so gorgeous! How beautiful would this look in your home or as party decor above a dessert table!
I'd love to do this for Lainey's room.
The parties I'm featuring this week are all terrific!! Take a look at this Sesame Street party that looks like it comes right off the set of the show, this outer space party complete with it's own rocket, this vintage pony party that will make you swoon, and this sweet owl 1st birthday filled with so much love!
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I love washi tape! I wanted to use some to decorate back to school supplies for my daughter, Lainey. I bought the notebooks and pencils at Target, then used my washi tape to jazz them up!
To make the washi tape circles, first I stuck strips of overlapping washi tape on wax paper. Then I punched out the circles with my circle punches (I used a 2'' and a 1/2"). I peeled the circles off the wax paper and stuck them onto my notebook. Simple!