Friday, 13 April 2012

The Easter Birthday Party - Part 2

Here's a little more about my baby's Easter Birthday Party ...

The party bags were easy. I picked up some plain white bags from the Riot Art and Craft Store. I used some a set of beautiful Easter printables found here from Wanessa Carolina Creations for the bag tags. 


 I printed the cupcake toppers from the same download onto sticker paper and adhered them to some cheap plastic cups.


Now back to the party bags ... 
here's the inside of the bags. 


I made some sponge water bombs that I read about at A Little Delightful here. I bought a $5 jar of lollies from Kmart (total bargain), printed off some Easter colouring-in sheets and made a snack bag of bunnytails using a printable from the clever girls at Eighteen25 found here

Bianca from A Little Delightful made this free printable for bunnytails just after I'd made mine up. These match the pastel colour theme better so I'll be using these next year!

I hope the kids liked them.


5 comments:

  1. Gorgeous details :-) I think I mentioned that I was hoping to do an easter themed party for my little Sophia who turned 4 on Easter Sunday this year. We had the party and it was a smash, but I didn't even have tablecloths on the tables or a single balloon blown up! I was too busy (and perhaps a bit lazy if I'm honest). Now I'm looking at how much effort you went to and I'm kicking myself for not having a couple of little touches!

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    1. Hi Kristy! You may not have had tableclothes but I bet your daughter had a ball and felt very very special on her birthday. That's what truly counts :)

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  2. They are the best Goodie Bags ever!! Awesome job Kaz!

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  3. Oh!! I love them what an awesome goodie bag! And thank you for the shout out sweet Kaz xx

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