S.T.E.L.’s simple and elegant hairstyle really, truly lives up to its name. I was actually able to do it on the first try after watching the tutorial.
Danielle from Gift Packaging Ideas posted this image on her blog. A cute way to use up any fabric and ribbon scraps you might have at home.
Justina Blakeney take green gift wrapping literally with her amazing idea of using leaves and flowers for gift wrap. So beautiful!
I wasn’t sure I could top last year’s Maddie-licious party, but decided to try with a county fair theme after going to the Minnesota State Fair. With a little planning, fun prizes and a lot of food on sticks, everyone has a fantastic time.
Melanie designed the invitation to look like a county fair flyer. I continued the award ribbon theme by making my own ribbons as well as cutting out ones from card stock to use as food labels. The labels for the prizes looked like tickets.
Of course, we needed some games so the kids could win tickets. I ordered the Spin-A-Prize wheel and the Disk Drop from Oriental Trading. They were actually pretty solid pieces. I also used a Shut the Box game I had gotten on sale at Amazon. The rules of each game were posted in colored frames from IKEA.
Ping Pong Bounce and the Ring Toss rounded out the games. I made a Ping Pong Bounce game out of a white shirt box, an insert from an advent calendar that I saved for some random reason, round stickers and card stock.
The kids then turned in their tickets for prizes that included things like candy, puzzles, balls, stuffed animals and grab bags.
Kqrpnb has this great tutorial for ripcord wrapping. Just pull the ribbon to open the gift.
Fellow Fellow made these amazing paper house votives. So magical!