Well, the Shopkins Birthday party was yesterday and it went really well! So, I wanted to share with you the rest of the cute things that I created for this party.
The main thing I want to share today are the party favors! I used my July Paper Pumpkin kit. If you are not familiar with the kit you can see it here.
The boxes from this kit are made out of white glossy card stock with a copper embossed pattern. Our party was full of color so I decided to sponge my boxes with Emerald Envy and Flirty Flamingo before putting them together.
It was a tad messy.
Then I put the boxes together. I used the tassels from the kit, using a pink one for the green box and a green one for the pink box. I made my own shopkins tag and added a little face to the box to make it a shopkins gem party favor.
I found the faces on line, super easy to print and cut them out either by hand or with an electronic cutter, like I used. I also used the stamp set from the kit to stamp "just a little bling for you" on the back of the tag. Such a cute saying! Inside the boxes, we put a little Shopkins toy, a shopkins tattoo, gum and a piece of candy. There was room for one or two more things. There are two sizes of boxes in the kit and I used the largest one.
I also used the Banner Surprise kit for the party, you might have seen in my Shopkins Birthday Party Part 1 post, the banner I made, turning the banner pieces into ice-cream cones with Shopkins faces.
Here's that banner hanging on my mantel.
I also made a custom card for my Enjoy the Little Things Kit, a clip board kit with changeable cards to clip on. It was in Stampin' Up!'s last Occasions Catalog.
If you'd like to turn your banners from the Banner Surprise Paper Pumpkin kit into ice-cream cones, you can find my free patterns for the scoops HERE.
And you can make a cute card like this Birthday card I made for my little girl.
Here are some more cute things from the party.
We set up a mini Shopkins Market for the kids to shop for snacks.
The kids put their snacks in their shopping basket. Can't tell you how giddy I was over finding these perfect baskets at the dollar store! TWO for a dollar!
We put some play money in the baskets and they "paid" for their snacks.
We made a cute little journal for our project...
We played Bingo for our game...
And then there is the CAKE! Made by my friends daughter Katie who is 15 years old.
This the exact cake Hannah wanted, we researched it and sent Katie the link to this cake and she made it! Did you see my other post where she made a Totoro cake? Not only is her cake CUTE, but made from scratch and so yummy! That girl has frosting in her veins!
It was a fun party and most of all I think the birthday girl had fun and it lived up to her shopkins dreams.
Let me know if you need help with your Shopkins themed birthday party. I have created amazing paper creations for severals customers birthdays.
I am sharing today's post as part of the anything goes challenge at Stampin' Royalty. You can play along with our challenge and see the other designers creations HERE.