Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Jayden's 2nd Birthday Party Pt 2

Don't forget to enter for a chance to win a free Cricut cart for my 300 follower giveaway HERE!!

To see part 1 of Jayden's 2nd birthday party go HERE!

I still have not found the pics of the invites, food, the food table banner, thank you cards and pinata but I guess this will turn into a 3 part post. I did however find pretty much everything else.

The Headband - I made this using a headband base from Michaels (clearance for $0.79), Pooh Ribbon from Michaels and the yellow ribbon is from Michaels $1 bin. I glued the yellow ribbon to the end of the base and then wrapped it around the base and gluing again once it was wrapped to the other end. I used my bow easy to make the bow out of pooh ribbon and hot glued it on the headband.

Food Tags - Using my Cricut and the Pooh & Friends cart I cut out Piglet, Kanga & Roo, Rabbit, & Tigger at 4inches. I then folded brown card stock in half to the size I thought good for each individual shape and folded in half to make a card. I then cut each "card" all raggedy on the ends to look like a wood sign. Then I wrote the different food titles on each card in white gel pen to look like it was done by a kid.

Favors - Each boy got a toy car, a ball, a slinky, a pack of pooh themed cards, a pooh puzzle, a pooh finger puppet, bubbles & honey sticks
Each girl got a princess phone lip gloss, 2 bracelets, a slinky, a pack of pooh themed cards, a pooh puzzle, a pooh finger puppet, bubbles & honey sticks
I made a special wrap for the bubbles red paper cut the the same size as the bubble labels with a small pooh die cut (from my cricut & pooh & friends cart), one had a bee die cut & one had eeyore. I also put a pooh cut on the honey sticks. The honey sticks were ordered from Chase Honey Company and came in packs of 8 with 2 of each flavor (10 packs of 8) and I also ordered 10 packs of 8 regular clover honey sticks.

Party favor bags - I cut out the stencil shapes from pooh & friends cart (one of each.. piglet, eeyore, pooh & tigger). Using red bags I placed the stencils on one side of the bag using a tape that I knew wouldn't rip the bags (photo squares that don't really hold) and brushed/ sponged on white paint. I did the same thing for 2 big gift bags using the same stencils. On the little bags I free handed each kid's name on the bottom and put a different design on .. and I free handed "Happy 2nd Birthday Jayden" onto one of the big gift bags.

Napkins - I wrapped plastic silver ware in red and yellow napkins and tied them closed with the opposite color of paper raffia.

"Jayden's Howse" banner to make this I used the Pooh font cart & cut the banner shape from Princess party and strung it up with paper raffia

I am entering these items into the following challenge:

Thanks for stoppin' by and have a great day


  1. Great decorations. Thanks for playing along with us at Decorate to Celebrate.

  2. Visiting from DTC and these are amazing!!! Who doesn't love Pooh?

  3. these are great. a lot of hard work but worth it. thanks for sharing. beautiful babies.

  4. OMG! Your daughters are so adorable. Can't believe Jayden is 2--she is so cute! TFS all your great pics of her birthday. This is a great time for you and your hubby!! ENJOY IT, they grow up quickly--Pat N.

  5. WOW!! jaime LOVE LOVE everything!! Fabulous:) Thanks for joining us over at Decorate to Celebrate!!

  6. What a great birthday celebrations! Pooh is the best for a little one! Hope you will stop by and see my stick pin pictorial. Let me know what you think!

    Carson's Creations

  7. Hi Jamie, what a wonderful job you did for the birthday celebration. I bet it was a lovely birthday. Thanks for sharing. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Chris

  8. What food did you use as Kanga and Roo Pouches? Did you have any other foods?


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