Last year, my son had a Finding Nemo Birthday party. One of my favorite parts of his party were the food tents I created using Finding Nemo paper from Twenty 9 Designs on Etsy. I not only used these papers for the party, I’ve used them for scrapbooking and in collages for my blog.
If you are planning a party for a child any time soon, check out Twenty 9 Designs! Jessie has awesome paper packs for boys and girls! A few of my favorite Disney themed paper packs are:
Along with Disney themed paper packs, she has Ninja Turtles, Sesame Street, Dora, Bubble Guppies, Spongebob, Pokemon, Angry Birds, and MORE! There are also packs with design themes such as plaid, gingham, striped and chevron. I have not found a paper pack I don’t like!
I’ve always wanted to be a scrapbooker. I tried the “old fashioned” way of cutting boarders and adding embellishments years ago and quickly learned I didn’t have time for that. More recently I downloaded software to create digital scrapbook pages. I’ve used it some for photos and collages to use on my blog, but I haven’t ever printed any. Then I realized Snapfish had themed books with backgrounds, embellishments and various layouts! This was my kind of “scrapbooking!”
The most time consuming part was personalizing the book from the covers to the individual pages. I could choose the page layout- how many photos were to be displayed on each page, the background to use and embellishments to add. Once the page was set the way I wanted it, I could drag and drop photos into the photo spots.
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At our Star Wars Birthday Party, we had Jedi Training. After our training, which included stretching, warming up, learning to use our Light Sabers and completing an obstacle course, the kids were presented with Jedi Knight Certificates. Everyone had a lot of fun! 🙂
Post Trip Items. Most people spend their time planning before their trip and once the trip is over, it’s over. Not me! When I get home from a trip to Walt Disney World there are several Post Trip Items/ Things I have to do. Here they are in no particular order!
- Collect all the small things: ticket stubs, fastpass tickets, park napkins, park maps, photopass cards, etc and add them to my binder.
- Make lists from the trip:
- What we loved and want to do again.
- What we don’t want to do again.
- What we didn’t have time to do and still want to do.
- What we’ll do different next time.
- What was everyone’s favorite part(s).
- Organize pictures on the computer and PRINT the ones we love.
- Add autographs to the scrapbook.
- Brainstorm lists of blog posts about the trip.
- Start the trip report posts from the trip.
- Wash clothes.
- Start planning the next trip!!!