Robot Birthday Party {Customer Party}

One of the sweetest customers that I’ve had the pleasure of working with contacted me because she was looking to celebrate her son’s 3rd birthday and her daughter’s 1st birthday with a joint party.  She opted for this adorable robot-themed birthday party and was sweet enough to share her photos with me.   A complete [Read On]

Christmas Holiday Tags {Free Printables}

After 2 weeks of moving Joey the Elf around the house, I thought it time that he brought the kids a fun little surprise.   I picked up a couple of cute felt baskets in the Dollar Spot at Target back in November knowing that I’d use them for something.   I have one for [Read On]

Happy Boss’ Day {Free Printable Download}

Did you know that National Boss Day is tomorrow?  When I worked in the corporate world (for close to 20 years), I usually did a little small something for the bosses that I truly liked and enjoyed working for.  You know things like buy a cup of coffee, make some brownies and bring them in, [Read On]

Rainbow Barbie Birthday Party {Customer Party}

Rainbow Barbie Birthday Party I’m so happy to showcase this adorable rainbow/barbie themed birthday party that I created for an adorable little girl named Hailey.  Her mom Shannah was trying to figure out to merge her daughter’s two favorite things:  Rainbows and Barbie.   I took one of my current rainbow designs (which matches the [Read On]

Pink Jungle Safari Baby Shower

Pink Jungle Safari Baby Shower I am so happy to be able to share this lovely pink jungle safari baby shower with you.  I enjoyed working with Shannon from Bottle Pop Party Company to design these adorable pink and green jungle safari themed printables.  Shannon knew what she wanted and was able to tell me that [Read On]

St. Patricks Day Printables – 2013

St. Patricks Day Printables Happy St. Patrick’s Day!  Our family is pretty low key this year and I just wanted to do something fun for my son’s kindergarten  class.   Here’s the St. Patricks Day Printables –  bag toppers that I made for my son’s pre-school class last year.  I visited the local grocery store and [Read On]