Category Archives: printables

Free Thanksgiving Dinner Party Printables

I love the holidays. I especially love Thanksgiving because it is all about being with your family and friends without the gift buying pressure. This is a sneak peak of my Thanksgiving Table.

You can download the printables for free from scribd below.

It comes with wine tags, food labels, place settings and “I am Thankful for…” 3×3 circles.

Fall Dinner Party Printables….

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Free Happy Halloween Printable

Need a last minute Halloween Printable?

I used this one, as a gift tag, for treats for Lily’s class.
Download Here for Free!

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Halloween Free Printables!

Lots and lots of fabulous free printables floating around the world wide web right now! 
Now you have no excuse sprucing up your Halloween parties…
They would even be cute for your kids school parties.

Here’s ours from last year click here to download…

yeah I know…nothing new…but at least it’s free right?

 Lily’s Laundry

These are from Party Box Design!
She even gives you a tutorial on how to make 😉
AND has great ideas for making Halloween treats look fabulous!
This table was featured on Hostess with the Mostess…That’s the mostess fun!
Want more check out Tip Junkie!

Giveaway: Cheese and Olives Please!

My sister threw a Bachelorette Party for a friend in Chicago and before their night out on the town, my Sis had everyone over to her place for wine and appetizers.
She created a cheese and olive spread (bc the Bachelorette LOVES olives).

To add a festive touch to the party I made printable cheese and olive markers.
I’m still asking for the pics of the party {hint hint}.
Hopefully I will get some to share with you.
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Backyard Birthday Bash!

 Both of my girls have summer birthdays so we threw them a joint  party over the weekend.  We live in the desert and it’s super hot so our theme was a “Backyard Birthday Bash!”
 We had swimming, a slip and slide, a jumpy house, a snow cone machine, an ice cream cake and more… 
The printables gave it a modern Circus/Fair feel.  I used different fonts and colors.  It was fun not to be limited on color. 

We served corn dogs and chips (which went with our Circus feel).

The kids a blast and I did too putting everything together. 
Here are some pics!

The silly string was the biggest hit!

For the ice cream cake!

Water Balloon Toss!

A Happy Face!  All that matters 😉

i love you

This is what Lily tells me every night before she goes to bed. 
I am going to frame it and put it in our house. 
I love her all the way to where Jesus lives too! xo
Download yours here free!

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What are Printables?

I get  this all of the time so I thought I would give a little explanation/tutorial.
Printables are basically a great inexpensive way to dress up any event you are throwing.  You pick a theme and either you have someone design a printable party package (like Lily’s Laundry)
or you buy a set of printables that match your “theme.”
You then print them out and assemble yourself.
For our Easter Egg Hunt I created a cupcake toppers, cupcake wrappers, party cones, and party circles all in the same colors to bring unity to the parties decor.
What you need…
Glue (Rubber Cement)
Glue Gun
Glitter/Stickers/Crystal Embellishments
Card Stock Paper to Print your Printables on
Colored Cardstock to accent Cupcake Toppers and Party Circles
Craft Punches or Scissors
Cookie Sticks/Paper Straws
Hole Punch
All this stuff you can find at Target, Joann’s Fabrics, Michaels or your local scrapbooking store.
Start by printing your “Printables” to cardstock paper on your home computer and
cut them out with your Craft Punches.
Embellish them with your crystals, stickers, glitter.  However you think looks best.
Printables on cardstock.
Hot Glue Gun. Paper Straws.
Don’t forget your embellishments!
Craft Punchs come in all sorts of sizes and shapes.  
You can cut out by hand but it will be much more time
consuming and the craftsmanship will not be the same.
Books of colored cardstock to back your printables.

For the party circles I use rubber cement to back the printable with colored card stock. I hole punch them & slip through ribbon. Now you can tie them on anything…Mason Jars, Vases, Apothecary Jars, Gift Bags and more!

For cupcake toppers you can use cookie sticks or paper straws.  Glue both sides of the straw and attach your printable to one side. To the other side add  your “decorative” card stock.  Then tie a bow around the paper straw for a little something extra.  

Tie on your party circle, insert your cones and add your cupcake toppers into your cupcake stand!  Bingo!  Beautiful Party!