Our favorite twins are turning 1! Their parents decided on an Under The Sea party theme and asked if we would put together some goody bags for their little guests. We were all over it!!!
We also provided some additional fun party ideas they could implement since they are back East and we are in Arizona.
First off, we started with a fun centerpiece using a large rope wrapped hurricane candle holder from Cost Plus World Market. We placed baby blue tissue paper to create a water effect and placed our orange octopus in the center for a burst of color.
We then stuffed each goody bag with our Box Play for Kids eco-friendly shark and turtle stickers – the perfect party favors. To personalize the bags, we had Asher and Jack (with the help of mom and dad of course) each create a hand print and together the two hand prints made one cute DIY crab that was printed on label stock and applied to the bags.
We customized the white paper ice cream cups by stamping them with anchors to go along with the maritime theme.
Aren’t the boys ADORABLE in their matching straw hats? Perfect attire. The cuteness overload makes me (almost) want to have another baby.
Asher and Jack, we wish you nothing but love, happiness and good health. You are two very lucky boys because your parents ROCK!!!
Planning a patriotic party? We’ve put together a July 4th“inspired table” featuring – American flags, water balloons, fire chief hats, Dalmatians and our Fire Truck Party Pack stickers. Our recycling craft stickers are great as a party activity, table décor or party favors.
Kids love interactive elements so we included yellow fire chief hats, water balloons (caution: it might get a little wet) and fire trucks made out of repurposed milk cartons. Everyone can be chief at this party!
I’m not much of a baker so I took the easy way out and picked up store-bought treats. We created cupcake toppers using the Dalmatian from our fire truck stickers. It’s not a party unless you include cute, cuddly creatures.
We put together goodie bags so the Red, White and Play can continue at home!
We just discovered this super cool digital lifestyle magazine, Mini – For The Modern Parent. Thank you for featuring our Piano, Turtle and Octopus kids stickers in your Spring 2013 “Style Spot” section. Rainy Day Blues? “Being stuck inside doesn’t have to be a drag. These rainy day activities will perk you up in no time. Just remember – April showers do bring May flowers.” You can view their current issue as well as archived issues here.
We are thrilled to be featured in Today’s Parent magazine – Canada’s national parenting magazine. In honor of Earth Day, they highlighted our Buildings, Fire Truck and Pink House eco-friendly kids stickers to create a “green” cityscape. WHAT WE LOVE…Today’s Parent.