The birthday party has come and gone. Whew! It was a great success. I really recommend going to a cooking school for a birthday party. The girls made pizza and cookies and pudding.
Below is the front of the birthday party invitations I sent out for the party. This is a much better picture than the ones I posted in my Birthday Party Preparations post. (I have a long way to go with photography skills... I think I need a real camera and a half-a-dozen classes).
The party invitations were paper pieced, cut out with my Silhouette. The heart paper was scanned from the actual fabric I used to make the girls' real aprons. I printed out the scanned image and used the paper to make the invitations. I am not sure if anyone but me noticed the invitations matched the real aprons. In any event, it made me happy.
Above is a picture of the fabric aprons I made the girls, along with the chef hats. Below is how the room was set up with a coloring sheet, chef hat and apron at each seat.
The birthday girl's chef hat got special treatment. I cut out two paper tiaras on my Silhouette then wrapped them around her chef hat so one shows in front and one shows in back. The tiaras were cut from a glitter pink cardstock. Then I decorated the tiara with small stick on jewels.
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