Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Back to School Teacher Gifts

It's back to School Time! That means it is time to get your little one ready for a great start to a new year! Wouldn't it make the start of year even more special by showerng your child's teacher with a Back to School gift to show him or her how much she or he is appreciated! These are some super cute ideas for Back To School Teacher Gifts...
How about designing a Teacher's Survival Kit to help the teacher start out right.
You could use one of my Back to School Gift Tag to add a cute label to the basket...
You could make these cute goodie bags with essential supplies for the new year for the teacher.
You could top the goodie bags off with one of my Back to School Bag Topper.
Make cute jars full of hershey kisses to spoil your child's teacher.
What a cute way to label those jars with my Back to School Party Circles. HERE
So as you can see there are such great gift ideas to make going back to school a special treat for your child's teacher.

Monday, July 27, 2015

Back to School Party Printables

Are you ready to start the new school year off on the right foot? Then my Back to School Printables are the place to start! All sorts of great printables are included in this bundle, from great back to school teacher gifts to photo props for first day back pictures, you are going to find everything you need to make going back to school extra special! Check out the entire Back to School Printables Collection in my store here...
Get ready to go back to school with all of my awesome back to school printables! This set of bag toppers is perfect for sending treats to school , or giving a welcome gift to a new teacher, or helping you become the new teacher's pet! There are so many things you can do with these!
This bottle wrapper is a perfect way to give a cute and thoughtful gift to your new teacher and other school personnel to start the year off right! These wrappers are designed to fit the small starbucks Frappuccino glass bottles (so drink up and save those bottles!)
Show your new teacher how much you care with chocolate!! Well chocolate wrapped with cute wrappers that say welcome back and back to school! They are sure to get excited about going back to school with a thoughtful gift like this!
This printable set is party circles These can be used for all sorts of things. I think "party circles" are my most favorite printable! The reason is they can be used for SO MANY different things! You can punch them out into a circle shape, or you can leave them square and use them that way too if you don't have a circle punch. Here are some ideas of what you can do with these.
These cupcake wrappers are sure to get you ready to head back to school! Send some to school to let your child know you are thinking of them, or pack up a dozen and put them in the office to wish the staff off to a great start! Everyone will love these back to school themed cupcake wrappers!
These favor boxes are perfect for giving your new teacher a back to school treat, or for any time of the year! Or make up a box and send it in your child's lunch for the first day back, everyone is sure to feel the love!
These printable first day of xxx grade signs are perfect from preschool through high school to have your child pose with on the first day of school! Then you don't have to sift through photos wondering what year it was, the sign will say!
Dress up some of your favorite kisses chocolate with these back to school themed stickers and you have an instant school themed treat!
As you can see, this collection is huge and has everything you need to celebrate that great Back to School time. Check out the entire Back to School Printables Collection in my store here...
Make sure you pin a few of your favorites!!

The Very Hungry Caterpillar 1st Birthday Party

My 3rd baby celebrated his 1st birthday a few weeks ago!  I decided to do The Very Hungry Caterpillar for his birthday theme.  Here are some highlights from his party!
Hubby helped me with my vision and made a caterpillar out of balloons and had him climbing a tree in the back yard.
My favorite go to for centerpieces is printing out some cute images and putting them on skewers.  Then I wrap a piece of floral foam in tissue paper and stuff it into the vase I got at the party store.  Fluff up some coordinating tissue paper and have it coming out of the top, then poke in the cute images and voila!  An easy and cute centerpiece! The most time consuming part is cutting out the items!
Here's the smash cake I made for him.  Yep individual frosting dots, it took me about 2 hours to decorate it.  not the most time consuming cake I've made!
Cute cupcake toppers, I opted for simple kraft cupcake liners and just left those the way they were and kept a solid color sprinkle n each cupcake, when they were all put together they looked fabulous!
A poster I made for the birthday boy.  It's 20 X 30, I just swapped it out for the family photo I usually have in the frame, worked perfectly.
Birthday banner and his chalkboard all about him, on the entry way table when guests walked in.
I wrapped up some bubbles for the kids that came to the party, and I used sixlets and put them into skinny bags to make little chocolate caterpillars.
I made up these birthday wish cards for guests to fill out for the birthday boy, it was cute to read them. Then I just put them in a 4 X 6 photo album and he has a cute keepsake from his 1st birthday.
This was my favorite. I made little caterpillars for each milestone, newborn, 3 months, 6 months and 9 months and put a picture of him on each piece of the caterpillar. It was so cute to see them all together and see how he has changed.
This was another favorite project. I made him a cute placemat to match the theme. On the front was his birthday themed one.
Then on the back LOL so he can use this all the time!  It's printed as an 11 X 17 print and laminated at the office store, cute, quick and CHEAP!
A cute high chair banner for him, though I never got a picture of him in the high chair with it, oh well!
One of the appetizers was a meat and cheese tray with butterfly crackers, I cut little circles out of each piece of food to look like the hungry caterpillar had eaten them!
One of my friends brought grape caterpillars, they were gone in minutes!  So simple yet on a stick them became super popular!
The little guy digging into his cake!  He also had a matching shirt on but didn't want to post for me to get a good picture of the shirt. It had a big 1 on it and his name, very cute :)
The aftermath
And of course a custom chalkboard for him with everything about him at the age of one!
You can get a custom chalkboard just like this one, your colors and theme here in my store: HERE
I hope you like this party and it inspires you to add a little something extra to your parties too!  It's not hard or expensive to make your parties extra special!

Sunday, July 26, 2015

Christmas in July Printables

Yesterday I shared 8 fun ways to celebrate Christmas in July, if you missed it be sure to check it out!  Lots of cute fun ways to have a little celebration in the summer!  You can check it out HERE
2 of the fun ideas I shared are these cute printables.  I have melted snowman water bottle wrappers.  Such a cute way to serve some cold water while your kids are swimming in the pool.  It's a cute way to add a bit of fun in a cute and simple way. You can find this fun printable in my store HERE
And another fun printable I came up with was Snowman S'mores!  S'mores are definitely a summer treat, so to bring a bit of Christmas in too I used edible food markers to color a little face on the "snowman"  How cute is he now?  And this could be a cute and simple way to celebrate Christmas in July, just a little something extra makes all the difference! You can fund the bag toppers HERE
And finally I gave away this set of Christmas Party Circles.   Go pick them up and then send me a picture of how you used them!  If I use your photo I will send you a coupon for 50% in my store!

Saturday, July 25, 2015

8 ways to celebrate Christmas in July with a free Printable!

Today is July 25th, the official 5 month mark until Christmas.  Around here we are always finding fun ways to celebrate every day and make every day a party.  There's always a reason to celebrate something right?!  Well today's celebration is all about Christmas in the total opposite season that we are used to!  Here are some fun and fabulous ways to celebrate Christmas in Summer! 1. Have a "snowball" fight with white water balloons from RebeccaMealy 2. Make Christmas Tree Cupcakes from My Frugal Adventures 3. Make Frozen Hot Chocolate from Six Sister's Stuff 4. Make Snowman S'mores from A-Manda Creation 5. Turn your pool noodles into a candy cane from Pool Care Plus 6.  Make Christmas Shaped Pizza for dinner from Rhodes Bake and Serve 7. Have a Melted Snowman to drink for dinner from A-Manda Creation 8. Make melting snowman cookies from My Frugal Adventures And I have this adorable FREE printable for you to use to help you celebrate Christmas in July! Print these out, punch them out and use them as cupcake toppers, or use them as tags or stickers to help you celebrate! Share a photo with me of how you used it, and if I use your photo I'll send you a coupon for 50% an order at my store!
Here you can see them used as cupcake toppers!
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