Last year we had a scrapbooking themed birthday party for her birthday, it was a huge hit. We set up a photo booth, took lots of photos, sent my hubby on a mad dash to 1-hour photo, and then each girl dove into my box of supplies that needed to find a new home. When the party was over each girl got to go home with a completed mini album. Last years party was such a success that we decided to do go with the same theme again this year. Over the next few days I'll tell you about the party and show you some of the details.
The decorations were the most fun and the most work (which isn't very much). My sister and I made tissue paper balls using this tutorial. They were really easy to make and not too time consuming (unless you're trying to make them with the help of 6 children).
To the pompoms and the accordion paper flowers I added the gold circle garland. It's brand new from Pebbles and Tater Tots and Jello in the Cottage Living collection. I just laced it through the pom poms and accordion paper flowers. It gave the pom poms a little bit of shine. I should also add that the black and white happy birthday banner came from the same collection.
gold spray paint .
He also painted a frame that I had used previously in my home that already had chicken wire attached to the back of it. I used that to showcase a few photos from last years party and a huge number 10 to show that my little girlie is celebrating her 10th birthday.
I'm so excited to share with you more details about the party in the next few days. Make sure to check back because I do have a fun giveaway to add to all the party ideas I'll share with you.
Have a happy Wednesday!
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