Princess and Pirate party for Leah

In march 2015, I designed an invite and some printable for Leah’s birthday. She turned 5 years. I loved the design. Carmelita was so nice to send me some pictures, to show how my printables turned out. She did such a great job. I love how the party table turned out!

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Thank you very much Carmelita.


First birthday sign posters printed chalkboard or not

First birthday signs are so cute. You can let your party guest see how much your little one is grown in one year. And it’s a great keepsake.

When you have a chalkboard and some crayons you can make one very easy yourself. Just write about milestones as “first words” or “favorite things”. Don’t forget to take a picture of the board, so you can save the memories.

If you are not so creative, then you can find on the internet signs you can purchase. I also start designing them for Zazzle. 100 11

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Not only chalkboard, but with a princess, pirate or cowgirl, or with air-balloon and kite100 5 100 4 100 3

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and with the possibility to put in a picture of your little one, 100 2 100 1

If you want a different design, don’t hasitate to contact me.

Princess and Pirate party

I while ago I designed this cute party for Kamryn and Keegan who were turning 2. There mother Karen did such a great job decorating the house and garden with all the printable items. And I love the pirate cake she made!!!

Mermaid Party, the preparations.

My daughter Indy wanted a Mermaid party for her 5th birthday. The pink Mermaid invitation for the girls and the Mermaid and Pirate invitation for the boys. So I made the invitations with all details and printed them and the envelops on white cardstock (160 gram). With a craft knife and a ruler, I cut out all the invitations and envelops.

They turned out so cute. Everybody loved them!

Next I had to make 80 cupcake toppers. So that kept me busy for some time.

Then I made the goodie bags for Indy’s friends, Mermaids and Pirates.