Sunday, April 17, 2011

A Baking theme Party




Last week I told you about all the celebrations we had going on at our house. Here are some photos of my daughter, Molly's, 11th birthday party. It was a baking theme party. Here is the invitation I created. I used the exclusive stamp set that comes with the Fanfare Workshop on the Go Kit(#G1021- page 42 in the current Idea book) and theTiny Typewrite Stamp Set (#D1222- page 110 in current Idea Book), along with Tulip Ink and Heavenly Blue Ink. I applied liquid applique to the top portion of the cupcake and then heat set it with the CTMH heat tool. This gave the cupcake a frosting look. Add a few brads to serve as sprinkles and you got a fine looking cupcake! Molly and I went to a local kitchen store and purchased whisk keychains which we added to the invitation using a hole punch and bakers twine!
The party was
alot of fun. Upon arriving they each created a paper flower using coffee filters and cupcake liners for their own chef hat. The
girls made peanut butter granola, birthday cake bark and personal pan pizzas. They also decorated cupcakes. Each guest was given her own apron (thanks Mom for making them) and at the end of the party all their treats were handed to them in a bakery box with a label that said "Freshly Baked by" and a cute cupcake ovenmit (also made by my mom-Love you mom!). I hope you enjoy the photos!

1 comment:

Karen Pedersen said...

Wow, Amy! You are truly the best birthday party mom I've ever seen! What fun that looks like!