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.

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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!!!

Princess Party for Juana

I love to share this party with you. These beautiful pictures where made by María Laura. She hosted this cute Princess Party for her daughter Juana. María Laura is a cake decorator in Argentina. I love the 2 cakes she made,

She did such a beautiful job decorating the table,

And the cupcakes are looking so cute,

I love the goodie bags,

On  María Laura blog  http://nonaypasteleriacasera.blogspot.com  you can read her own story.

Thank you so much María Laura for sharing the pictures with me.

Princess Party free download for 2 inch circles and place cards/food label cards

Download these cute Princess 2 inch circles and place cards/food labels and have a wonderful little princess party.

Princess Party download here

  • You can use the 2 inch circles as cupcake toppers, to close your party invite envelop, or to decorate cups.
  • Cut of a stroke of pink cardstock and wrap it around a napkin, glue a 2 inch circle on it for decoration.
  • Use your sewing machine to sew a lot of 2 inch circles on a string so you have a lovely little banner.
  • Cut of a broad stroke of cardstock and wrap it around a bottle, use the 2 inch circle for decoration ( you can also use the food label for decoration)
  • Or use it as a tag on your goodie bag and write your message on the backside.
  • And there are many more ways you can use the 2 inch circles

  • Write on the place cards, the names of your guests. Place them on the party table and everyone know where they should sit.
  • Or use them as food labels.
  • You can also use them as small thank you cards. You write “Thank you” on the front and inside you can write your personal message.
  • Or use them as a tag.

Love to know if you have more ideas to use these items, and pictures are always welcome so we can see how the party turned out!!!