16 May 2013

Fireman Birthday Party




Finally, all the pictures from the Fireman Party I created for my son's 2d Birthday!!! I only had two weeks to make it happen (you can read why here...!) but I am very pleased with the result. The background looks exactly how I had envisioned it, so I am happy !!!

Scroll down to the end for a list of tutorials already on the blog. There is also a link for the tutorial featured on Amy Atlas's blog Sweet Designs: How to make the Fire backdrop.
I will be posting one last tutorial tomorrow to explain how I created the buildings/cake pop display.

Get ready for picture overload !!!
Enjoy :)




 













Many thanks to two very talented ladies: Holly from Mimi's Dollhouse and her beautiful printables, and Ansley from Goodness by Ansley and her amazing cake pops.

Other supplies:
Grey vinyl tablecloth (with a metal like finish) and red buckets: Party City
Washi Tape: Michael's

Tutorials:



Linky Parties







16 comments :

  1. I love those cake pops!!!! what a great idea. at first I wondered why the fire was round on the buildings till I saw the sign.

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  2. This party is so creative and adorable! Thanks for linking.

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  3. Skipping over from Celebrations At Home's linky party....but I saw this over on Amy Atlas and fell in love with it all over again!

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  4. Way too cute! I didn't realize at first that the ladders were cookies and the fireballs were cake pops! So inventive! I bet your little guy loved it. :)

    We'd love for you to share this over at Much Ado About Monday, if you get a chance.
    http://www.huckleberrylove.com/2013/06/much-ado-about-monday-no-12.html

    ~Emily

    www.huckleberrylove.com

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  5. the creativity that went into this. and only 2 weeks?! girl you done good! :)

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  6. Thanks ! I did not sleep much in those two weeks though !!!

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  7. Emily, I missed this week, the linky party is now closed, so I will visit next week !

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  8. It is amazing you did this party in only two weeks!! I love this, the backdrop is so effective, the cake pops coming out of it are simply awesome!

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  9. Hello! I am planning a party for my soon to be 3 year old and keep coming back to this post - it is amazing! Would you be willing to share where you found the favor boxes that look like windows? I can't find anything similar. Thanks!

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  10. Hello! I am planning a party for my soon to be 3 year old and keep coming back to this post - it is amazing! Would you be willing to share where you found the favor boxes that look like windows? I can't find anything similar. Thanks!

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  11. Hi
    I made the favor boxes in the shape of buildings myself, out of black card stock.
    I created a tall box and then cut out some windows using a craft knife.
    I hope this will help.

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  12. Awesome job! Thanks for sharing.

    Kirsten
    http://www.party-supplies-for-less.com

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  13. I found your site just on time for my nephew birthday party!! I've used some of your ideas (but mine don't look as yours :-() and he was really really happy!! So if you want to see how it was, here you will find my post : http://mariaretales.blogspot.com.es/2015/01/la-festa-de-bombers-de-liu.html. Thanks for all your ideas and tutorials!!!

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  14. Hi Alba. So glad this party inspired you ! You did great job and I am sure your nephew was thrilled with his party :)

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