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Volunteer Round Up 2012 - western theme
  • 150 guests
  • 28 April 2012
  • Temple City Park / Temple City / California / United States



Melina C says...

@ 22:58 on Jun 24, 2012

Img_7739_thumb very very creative i loooooooove it


Cassandra S says...

@ 23:35 on Apr 06, 2013

Img_7735_thumb where can i get these?


Terry B says...

@ 13:41 on Apr 10, 2013

Img_7716_thumb Can you tell me where you got the trophies? and the grub bags?


Stacy T says...

@ 15:44 on Apr 10, 2013

Img_7735_thumb I purchased them from an Etsy shop called Miss Pickles Press. Thanks!


Stacy T says...

@ 15:45 on Apr 10, 2013

Img_7716_thumb Hi Terry, I purchased the iron stars at The Hobby Lobby and then took them to my local tropy shop to have the plaques added. The Good Grub bags are from an Etsy Shop called Miss Pickles Press. Thanks!


Daphne T says...

@ 11:01 on Apr 13, 2013

Img_7711_thumb where can I find these signs?


Stacy T says...

@ 22:32 on Apr 13, 2013

Img_7711_thumb I purchased the chalkboards from sav-on Stained the wood, painted the chalkboard darker and hand lettered with chalk paint pens.


La Donna M says...

@ 18:09 on Apr 15, 2013

Img_7749_thumb Are you willing to share or sell the template for your volunteer roundup program template. I'm hosting a western volunteer appreciation banquet for our local veterans home and I LOVE your program!


Stacy T says...

@ 23:58 on Apr 16, 2013

Img_7749_thumb Not sure what we have in the archives. I can check. What parts are you looking for? The outside art (bandana, rope, horseshoe art) is a preprinted sheet we printed on. When do you need it by? Thanks!!


Stephanie P says...

@ 12:15 on Jan 13, 2014

Img_7739_thumb Love this covered wagon. Did you purchase or make the canopy? If you made it can you give me instructions? We are having a westerner themed Blue and Gold Banquet Feb.1 and I would love to make this wagon. Thanks


Stacy T says...

@ 23:50 on Jan 15, 2014

Hi Stephanie, I'm sorry it's taken me so long to get back to you. I've sort of been on a tech free vacation! Ok, let's talk Wagon. I made this, with the help of my husband. We used an 8' table as the base. There's no pattern or instructions. We just kind of wung it. The canopy was made using painters drop cloth. The arches are pvc pipe held on with these lil clamps we found at Home Depot. I sewed seams and then threaded the canopy on. I didn't have a pattern for the cutouts, I just cut. I wish I would've measured so it was a bit more even. Wheels were freehanded on cardboard & cutout. I added a bench and a few props from Hobby Lobby. Hope this helps. If you have any other questions, let me know. Thanks so much!


Pam S says...

@ 14:23 on Mar 19, 2014

Img_7749_thumb I have volunteer appreciation breakfast in May. Our school theme for the year is Cowboy. This is perfect! Would you be willing to share these invites with me? and what is in the burlap bag? do you have the template for the 'named' wanted invite? so cute!!


Stacy T says...

@ 22:19 on Mar 19, 2014

Hi Pam, Let me see what I can find for both the invites & tags. My HD crashed late last year and I'm afraid that event might have been a 'casualty'. I'll do some digging. Also, inside the burlap bags are little boxes of Boston Baked Beans and RootBeer Barrel Candies. Yum and so fitting! I'll let you know. Thanks!


Rose B says...

@ 05:58 on May 28, 2014

I agree with Pam. Could I get the invites and tags design? Also, what's in the mason jars? It looks like some sort of trail mix.


Stacy T says...

@ 08:12 on May 28, 2014

Hi Rose, I'm afraid that my HD crashed late last year and this event was a casualty! Unfortunately, these documents were lost. The good news is the mason jars were filled with honey roasted peanuts. But shoot, trail mix would be great too! Thanks.

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