Toy Story Birthday Party/Fathers Day/Free Printables
On Monday June 14th my almost 3 year old told me that she wanted a Toy Story birthday party on Sunday June 20th. How do you prepare for a party with only 6 days??? Use what you have!
I made the banner on my cricut with scrapbook paper that I all ready had. Shiny adhesive paper and random polka-dot paper. I tied them together with a spool of christmas red curling ribbon in my wrapping paper stash.
I found this Rex picture holding the #3 (for Toy Story 3) on the internet and used word to add the RD for 3rd birthday (Free)
I used the scraps from the banner to make the mini bunting on the front of the table.
I found all of the images in a google image search for Toy Story. I printed them out and hung them with the same red Christmas curling ribbon.
The Toy Story bucket favors were given out to her guests. I was very lucky and work with a very nice mommy that recently had a Toy Story party for her boys. When I asked if she had anything left over she brought me the buckets, pez dispensers and toy story table covers. I printed out the coloring pages and Toy Story activity book found on Disney.com. I found Toy Story crayons and Dominoes at Michaels
The green tray holding the drinks I used at the twins 1st birthday party. The drinks are a 6 pack of cherry juice. The straws I all ready had and I made the flags with left over scrap paper.
I made the above bag toppers and filled them with the left over gum drops from Jessie's cowgirl hat cookies.
I found a tutorial on making these from somewhatsimple. I filled them with candy. We went to see Toy Story with everyone before the party and everyone grabbed these so that they didn't have to spend as much money at the movie theater. They were super easy to make, I will be making these again for sure.
I made all of the items on the sweet table. Woody's star badges, Jessie's cowgirl hat and my very first edible image cookies with pictures of the characters, Katie, and copies of the toppers I made.
The entire table was surrounded by green army men.
The white trays for the cookies were also from the Twins birthday party.
I used fathers day printables from paperglitter and birdcrafts and put them on cookies for my husband and father-in-law.
If you would like to see a close up of any of the cookies they are in the previous post.
I used this tutorial to make the water bottle labels with scrap paper and the toppers that I made.
I found the tutorial on the green alien cupcakes on family.go