I designed the water bottle labels with Silhouette Studio, then printed them out on full sheet labels. Then print and cut out the onomatopoeia (did you even know that was a word?) so that I wouldn’t have to glue so many layers. The font I used was Bangers for the banner.
The font I used for the banner, water bottle labels and utensil stickers was Black Chancery. I just Google’d “Tinkerbell Vector” and found some high quality images that I print and cut with the Silhouette Cameo. I used these for the centerpieces and the cake. I found the perfect spray centerpieces at the Dollar Tree and just glued the Tinks I printed out onto BBQ skewers and stuck them in there. For the cake, I laminated a couple of he images and just stuck them on top.
The water bottle labels are just printed on full sheet labels which I then cut and stuck them on the bottles. I always make these since they’re easy and cute for any party.
For the banner I wanted something more than regular circles or squares so I cut out a simple flower shape. I knew this banner would be hung outdoors when it would probably be windy, so I added some tissue tassels to weigh it down a bit. Tutorial here.
I bought this Elephant Giraffe Shadow Box Card from the Silhouette Online store and then used the Chomas pen holder to add some text. I hate the Silhouette sketch pens because they run out of ink super fast.
Feels nice to get back into sewing! I printed out the alphabet and then stacked them over fabric, batting and another piece of fabric. Sewed along the letters, ripped off the paper and voila! The annoying part was cutting out the center pieces of the letters (like A, B, D etc.) and it’s really hard to make it look nice. Also, ripping off the paper pulled up some of the stitches so I think I’ll cut the letters out on my Silhouette Cameo and trace them next time.