I love, love, love it when I get to work with the same mama for multiple parties. I created *this* ultra-girly ensemble for Maya's 3rd birthday party.
For her 4th, we ventured into a more unisex and bright art party theme:
Yes, those are the same cake pops I featured on the last post, which were made for our New Year's Eve party - promise they won't be recycled again (mostly because they've all been eaten)
I used this cut file to create all of the decorations you see in this post. I can't tell you how proud I am of myself for learning how to convert the cut file into a print & cut, so that it could be used throughout the party. The digital scrapbook papers were purchased from this shop.
With the paintbrushes being so small on these dessert/tool labels, I didn't want the headache of assembling all of the pieces - turning the file into a print & cut was a great way to go!
Love these water bottle labels.
The "artist tools" held the kid cutlery together.
Place-cards for each kid, held up on an artist's easel. They were going to be doing some painting at this party!
The favor jars (I just threw together whatever multi-colored candies I had around the house for this photo, but I think she was gifting jars of crayons) with a brightly-colored tag.
I hope you like the decorations I made! It was a fun little experiment, and amazing practice with my silhouette, but I did miss getting inky with my stamps :)
If you're new to the silhouette, and would like to know how I turned the cut file into a print & cut, let me know! Maybe I could put together a little tutorial.
Thanks for popping by!