I hosted a Baby Shower for my best friend last Friday with bunch of other ladies from our Church. It was so much FUN!!!! I'm so glad that my friend had a great time and loved her shower!!! :)
I love doing all the goodies for this shower. She is one of my very close and dear friends and I wanted to do something special.
I don't have a picture of the invitation BUMMER!!!! Forgot to take it before they all went out. But I have couple left and I'll have to get them back from the person that was giving them out and I promise to post it later for you all. I just think it turned out so cute!!! :)
One of the things that I did was a Baby Shower banner.
I cut the 12x12 card board that comes in the package with Creative Memories pages or page protectors in too 51/2x51/2 inches. Then I painted my squares with green acrylic paint from WalMart.
I used Accent Essentials cricut cartridge to cut the scalloped squares out of some baby yellow paper by Martha Steward. Size 5 inches but as a shadow.
The white scalloped squares are from the same cartridge and same size only not a shadow. Shadow cuts just little bigger then regular cut that gives you a mad for your shape. Before I cut the white card stock I stamped baby images on it with postal colors. You can see that on the up close photo of one of the letters.
I used Lyrical Letters cartridge for the title "Loop Dee Loo" font all in caps. Pink card stock.
For one of the games we did was "Guess how many buttons?"
I used a flower foam circle type to glue the buttons. I painted the foam circle on side pink and the other yellow with again acrylic paint. Postal buttons came from WalMart. I used fabric glue to glue the buttons down. I found that this glue worked better then the Aleene's tacky glue. Some pink ribbon and some decorative buttons that spelled out BABY!
I used 266 buttons on this ornament. :)
I got this idea for these treats from this video "Sweet Scallop Pouch". I think this lady is awesome. She has so many great videos and tutorials to make all kinds of treat bags. Just great...
Used lots of pink paper. I don't have the big cutting shape that she is using in the video so I used my CCS circle (I'll have to check what number I used) traced it and then used my scalloped decorative scissors to cut the circle out.
I got 3 butter milk mints in the little baggies.
Floral Stamps by Hero Arts
Star Dust stickles.
Ink form CTMH.
Little giraffe stamp by Imaginisce.
SU scalloped circle punch.
Thanks for visiting my blog today!!! :) Hope you liked my Baby Shower goodies!! :)