I have less than 2 hours before I have to leave to take my girls to a birthday party and I literally just finished the gift boxes. It’s a pool party and as soon as I finish this post I will dig furiously for their bathing suits. Nothing like the last minute!
I know I’m on the Wild Flower Kids DT and I know my templates are sold in the store…but seriously, WFK images are my go-to images when I need to make something for a kid (or a grown up!). And since I have 2 elementary school age kids that get invited to birthday parties it’s nice to be able to print out an image and run with it. I do have both rubber stamp sets from WFK and those are nice if I want to stamp on something like cork.
Next up is Flower Fairy Daisy paired up with the Hey Cupcake template to make this cheery gift for the birthday girl. I left her wings bare so I could add some glue and glitter in the hopes that nobody would notice that I can’t color hair worth a darn. It’s ok. I’ve come to terms with it. I die cut a butterfly and used it for a tag.
The party this afternoon is for a set of twins and I decided to give them both the same gift of a box of assorted candy with money on top. My kids love to get money and since I spent an hour wandering the toy and craft aisles at Target this morning … money it is! I have girls and cannot shop for a boy! I just don’t know what boys like.
Thanks for stopping by! I need to go shower so I don’t embarrass my kids at the party. Have a wonderful weekend!
Supplies : from PTI—Beautiful Blooms pattern paper, butterfly dreams stamp set, butterfly die, simply chartreuse cardstock and button, hawaiian shores cardstock, kraft cardstock, rustick white cardstock. Cork from Karen Foster Designs. twine from May Arts, ribbon from AC Moore.