Monday, September 21, 2009

Birthday Party Busyness!!!

Goodness!!!! It has been a hectic several days. My daughter wanted to have a mini Birthday Party with her friends from school last week and I don't have a problem with that but the timing!! Her birthday always lands at an awkward time of the year--on the Labour Day Long Weekend and it is always hard to have her friends over. So this year we decided to do it after the school starts etc. and we did. So she begged and my brain went into overload trying to figure out about how many kids, invitations, food and timing. I have the Build A Bear set and figured this was as good as time as any to put it to good use. So I did!

I did the invitations with the BAB Beary Best Friends and Beary Best Wishes stamp set. I stamped them with our Classic Black Ink stamp pad and our Stampin' Pastels. Too much fun if you ask me. I did 8 invitations in an hour including cutting time!!!!

As a project for the kids I decided to use our 'Big Shot' and the BAB die cuts.
I used the Stampin' Up! Bigz Die in Stampin' Up! Bear. The Stampin' Up! Positively Embosslits Dies, Stampin' Up! Bigz die in Stampin' Up! Beary Essentials. Stampin' Up! Beary Girl sizzlets die all with the Positively Prints Designer Series Paper.

The kids just absolutely loved it and they all said they had a lot of fun making these cards to take home. (That was their goody treat to take home).

Ask me would I do that again? In an instant! Would I let them use my Stampin' Write Markers? No, but you live and learn! lol.

It was something different to do, the parents loved it and why not I say.

To order these products, click on my store and have fun doing these for your kids!

Until then, see you tomorrow for more inspiring ideas!


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