Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Party Favors and Crafts

I saw this pattern for Owl Stuffies about a month ago on Hammer & Thread and knew exactly what I would make for the small group of kids that were going to be at PB's party. The pattern and tutorial were really easy to follow and I whipped these up really quick!
PB loved them all lined up.  He kept saying, "hoot!"

I planned 2 crafts for the party.  Since it was a Timmy Time theme I had the kiddos make little Timmy puppets.  I made the Timmy ahead of time and they glued on the cotton balls.  

PB loves owls so that was our next craft.  I had all the pieces cut out and had the parents trace their child's hand and cut it out for the wings.  All the kiddos had to do was glue the pieces down.

They needed a way to bring home their craft so I got some white bags 2 for $1 at the dollar store and glued some Timmy heads on them to make them festive.  I wrote the kids names on the backs of the bags.

It was a really fun party, I am excited for the parties in the years to come!!
Here is a look at the party decor and the cupcakes and food!!

6 comments:

miamihoney said...

I love all that you did for the party! I The owls are amazing! I made my son an owl but it was all free-hand, no pattern. Let's just say it was a great first effort but I wouldn't be bragging about it :)

Sam {fitnessfoodandfaith.blogspot.com} said...

the owls look incredible! so impressed :)

Delia said...

How cute! I am way impressed that you made all those Owls. And we are big fans of Shaun The Sheep. :) It was fun to see his face on all your bags.

Kelsey said...

What a "Hoo" "Hoo" Hoot" lol - they look like so much fun! and i love how each has their own unique fabric colored bellies! awee and i love sheep :) their fluffy cotton tummies are adorable!!! these are just precious ;)

xoxo

Nicole said...

So great! I was just telling my husband the other day that my daughter's 2nd birthday should be a Timmy Time theme and my birthday (3 days before hers) should be owls. I've definitely gotten some ideas!

Ashley Brooks said...

I'd love to know where you found the timmy printouts to cut out for the little sheep on a stick! Working on this craft for our vacation bible school next week. Thanks!

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