I can’t believe how fast June is going, and soon enough, it’ll be 4th of July weekend! I love this time of year – longer days, fireworks, BBQs. The only thing I don’t love about this time of year, at least while being pregnant, is the heat! So far, our Summer in Washington hasn’t been a bad one. We’ve only had a few unbearable days, and now I’m a little anxious to see how hot next month will be.
Since we’re about 2 weeks away from the big holiday weekend, you might be thinking about throwing a 4th of July party. I’ve got you covered! Print out these Fourth of July Invitations, fill out the info and send them on their way. You’re friends will be excited about your 4th of July celebration once they see these prints in their mailbox!
Warning: This printable may give you a craving for ice cream! 🙂
It has been far too long since my last printable! Since today is the 1st of June and basically the beginning of summer, I thought I’d share these fun Ice Cream Printables. So, if you’re thinking of throwing a party this summer or need some new summer printables, you’ve come to the right place! Want to jazz up your printable even more? Download THIS file to trace on the back of glitter scrapbook paper, cut it out and paste onto your printable, or glue glitter straight onto your print!
Doesn’t this print look great in my new frame from Birdie Go Go!?
I have been wanting to make one of these Birthday Calendars for a long time, and I’ve finally done it! I had seen so many cute ideas on Pinterest, but was always worried I’d mess it up. You see, when it comes to painting on wood, I find a way to screw it up and then I’m done with that project. I never want to see it again basically. Although, I remembered something my super talented SIL and friend (Tammy & Liz) did last year and I absolutely loved it!
I wanted to create something just like that, but didn’t want to have to deal with a painting fiasco. So, I came up with a solution and a printable that you can use too. It is extremely easy and all you need is:
1. Print out your background from the following options below.
2. On a separate sheet of paper, print out the “birthday cake” and cut those pieces out. (I’ve tried printing on glitter paper, and it did not work out well, so DON’T do it!)
3. Trace the “birthday cake” onto the back of the glitter paper and cut those pieces out.
4. Glue the glitter “birthday cake” pieces onto the background you printed out.
5. While you’re waiting for the glue to dry, hot glue your drawer knob at the bottom (center) of your picture frame.
6. Once everything is dry, stick the Birthday Cake Background into the frame and hang up your family & friend’s birthdays that you’ve written on the chalkboard tags onto the drawer knob and you’re done!
Easy, right? I’ve created 3 different backgrounds in 12 different colors. So pick your favorite and have fun creating you’re own Birthday Calendar!
Within the last month, we’ve had 3 birthdays in our little family. Our baby turned 1 at the end of December, I had a birthday at the beginning of January, and our oldest turned 4 this past Saturday!! It’s been a fun and busy month, and I can’t believe how big our boys are getting!
Today, I’m sharing the printables I used for Danny’s 1st birthday party. We were up visiting family during Christmas and had his party at my in-laws, but forgot to bring my camera! The decorations turned out so cute at their house, and I’m really bummed that I couldn’t capture it with my camera.
I decided to do a Plane Party since my husband’s “plan” for his career is to become a pilot (our 4 year old’s “career path” is to be a professional baseball player). I, of course don’t care what their career path is as long as they are happy (and not homeless). If you’re planning a Plane Party, I hope you find these helpful!
I hung these airplanes like a baby mobile on the chandeliers at my in-laws home. But you can use them for decorating the napkins wrapped around utensils, another party favor idea, or turn it into a garland decoration.
We all had a great time and are so glad we have this cute little boy in our lives! We love you Danny!
These printable cupcake wrappers and banners will go great with your Valentine’s Day party! It’s easy to put together, and adds that “Valentine’s Day feel” to any room. I’ve created two colors for you to choose from. One that is a little more pink, and one that still feels like Valentine’s Day but with a few extra colors, if you’re not into everything pink. Your friends are going to love seeing this when they walk into the room!
Need some more Valentine’s Day party printables? Grab yours here and here!
Throwing a Halloween party and don’t have much time to go out and buy decorations, or on a tight budget? These printables will go perfectly with your party and all you have to do is download and print them off and you’ve got decorations for your upcoming bash. Your guests will love these and never know that you didn’t have a chance to make it to the store or on a strict budget.
I can’t believe we have less than a week left until Halloween. I know that this upcoming week will probably be filled with Halloween celebrations, and these Halloween cupcake wrappers & toppers are a great addition to any cupcake that is in need of a festive decoration. Use these for your Halloween, party, potluck, or a sweet treat after trick or treating! My favorite part about these cupcake printables is that you can mix and match each one. Your friends are going to love your cupcakes!
My family and I have started a countdown by doing a “13 Food Days Of Halloween.” For the last 13 days of October, we’ve been creating some tasty Halloween Foods and sharing them on Instagram. If you’re not already following me, be sure to follow me here and see what we come up with next!
With each Instagram post, I’ve been displaying a new printable for you to download. These food labels go perfectly with the gift tags I posted last week. Use these for your Halloween party to make your table setting look festive and get your guests into the spirit of Halloween! These food labels are left blank so you can fill them in to go along with your Halloween platter.
This is the last Halloween Gift tag… for now! But I had to share just one more. Like the last post, these gift tags were intended to be printed front and back, but you can also style these the same way as I did in the picture. Jazz up your Halloween gifts or party favors with these fun gift tags. Your friends will love these!
Can you tell I’ve been on a “gift tag” frenzy lately? I love making sweets, especially this time of year but most of the time there’s always way too much for my family, so I need to get rid of it somehow. The easiest way for me to get rid of them is giving them away to my friends. Use a plain old brown bag or make your gift extra fancy using these tags and your friends will not only love your treats, they’ll love how cute they look too. These tags were intended to be printed on the front and back, but they also look just as cute the way they are displayed the pictures.