Back in August my little guy turned 2. We had a carnival themed birthday party complete with game booths, a prize table and LOADS of fun. I recently realized that I never posted the pictures on my blog. So here you go, a glimpse at some of the things I made.
First the carnival booth banners - I used felt and (with the help from an amazing friend) cut the lettering out on my Cricut, traced them, and cut them out.
I love the way they turned out. And did you notice the bunting along the booths. So cute and so much fun! I used an adorable Debbie Mum polka dot fabric that will now be pulled out for all birthdays in our house.
Here is the bunting right after I finished it. They were simple but took quite a bit of time to make. Using some cardboard I made a triangle template. Using my rotary cutter I cut out TONS of triangles. Then I matched them up and sewed up right sides together. After turning them I topstitched - I used a zig zag stitch to dress it up a bit. Then I used bias tape to connect all the triangles.
Next, the birthday boy's shirt. I LOVE iron-on vinyl! Using some scraps I had left over from the boys brother shirts I tried out a double layered design.
Here is another item that will become part of birthday traditions around here. Can you imagine getting your own special chair decoration on your special day! Well here is ours. Ideally I would have liked the lettering a bit larger but I was working with scrap vinyl so this is what I have. Might just have to make another one and applique the lettering on!