Wow can you believe Christmas is 4 days away crazy how fast the days are just flying by. Today I am sharing a cheerful Christmas tablescape that you can use for the kids breakfast or maybe they can sit down have some hot chocolate and cookies while watching a Christmas movie.
Granola bites in little Christmas cups add a cute touch.
Store bought cupcakes and cookies make set up a little easier.
Happy Thanksgiving week!! Today I want to share a super easy kids Thanksgiving table that you can quickly put together before your guests arrive. For this table I used coloring books as the place settings instead of plates. This way the kids can sit down and color while waiting for their food.
I found these coloring/activity books in the Target dollar section a little while back so if you can't find them anymore you can print out free coloring pages found online and make your own book. I used some washi tape to stick the box of crayons onto the book.
I also used washi tape to stick the straw to milk bottles and stuck a cute little turkey die cut to them. I embellished each spoon with some polka dot ribbon.
Hope my kids Thanksgiving table has inspired you to create your own on Thanksgiving Day for the kids to enjoy. Have you began any Thanksgiving prep yet?
The cupcakes were placed in these adorable spider leg stands and topped with a cupcake topper that I made using some black yarn and phrases that I cut out from the Halloween backgrounds embossing folders.
Here are some party favor boxes that I made you can see the DIY here.
I used felt to cut out some spiders and witches then glued them onto mini canvas tote bags.
Chocolate eyes balls were placed in these mini cauldrons
Happy October, hard to believe it is almost Halloween already. Today I am sharing a Halloween treat box perfect for party favors, my son will be taking these to his class party and he is just so excited to hand them out.
Making this box was so easy with the help of my Sizzix Big Shot. It easily fit a a pack of fruit gummies, a pencil, and a cute little bat ring.
For this project, you will need the Sizzix Big Shot, cardstock paper, ribbon, hot glue gun, 3D foam stickers and the following dies:
First, you will cut out 2 pieces using the Sizzix Movers and Shapers box. Next you will put one at a time in the embossing folder with all the tabs folded in, pass that through the Big Shot once.
Then you will glue your 2 embossed pieces together to form your box. I also cut out a Trick or Treat saying with the Halloween Shadows Strip die, added some 3D foam stickers to it to give some dimension and finally top it off with a neon green bow.
Look at the awesome texture that the embossing folders give it, seriously my favorite part!
Fill it up with your goodies and your party favors are done!
I just love Halloween we still have our annual Halloween party to do plus some to attend. Do you have a Halloween party you're hosting or parties that you plan to attend?
Today I am sharing a cute and simple way of putting together a hostess gift. I have a couple of these drink holders stored away because I knew someday I would need them for something and here is one way of re-purposing them.
I gathered my supplies: a drink holder, chalkboard paint, and my painting brush
I did a couple of coats until it was just right then in order to fit the notepad I wanted to gift I had to unstick one of the tabs and re-position it, I just hot glued it in its new place.
Then the really fun part began putting it all together. With chalk I wrote the hostess' initial to add a personal touch, as for the gifts I included things from the Target dollar section (that spot gets me every time). I also added some crinkled paper that I already had on hand. I love how it turned out so simple and cute. A gift your hostess is sure to love.
It's that time of year again, football season!!!! What a better way to enjoy the game then with a party. Good food, good company, and some cute decorations are what you need to bring it all together. Here are some ideas to set up your own football party on game day.
Putting a table together with just a couple of desserts or food items makes it less of a hassle so you can enjoy the game too. The artificial turf was perfect because it allowed me to use footballs in many different ways. The banner is available in our shop.
Football bowls, boxes, and little toy balls were a cute addition to the table.
Football cookies were a must, found these at Walmart. I also painted some white laces to the front of chocolate pudding cups.
I added our thank you tags to the box holding the chips, on the back they say "Thank you for coming I had a ball" available in our shop here.
How cute are these mini gable boxes perfect for a fun size candy. They are a HUGE hit!! Available in our shop here.
Yummy cupcakes!! You can't have a party without cupcakes, decorate them with cupcakes toppers also available in our shop. These ideas can easily be used at a tailgate party too, I hope you enjoyed and found these ideas helpful.