Customer Movie Party!

Howdy folks! Hot enough for you? Boy we skipped spring in New England and now we are looking at a heat wave, seems like a great day to stay inside and craft! Then go to the beach, then come home and craft some more!

Do you have a party to throw in the near future? I’ve got you covered with Printable Party Packs and SVG sets so you can make your own stylish favors and decorations. See what Michele from Grumpy Boy Cupcakes made with the Movie Party Kit and the Movie Banner and Candy Wrapper set:

and check out these push-pop cupcakes {Michele, may we PLEASE have the recipe and directions for these!?! pretty please with a cherry on top 🙂 )

Looks like the kids had a blast too! Thanks so much for sharing your awesome party with us Michele! Here are the kits Michele used for her movie party:

Movie Party KitREtro Movie Clips & CuttingMovie Banner & Wrappers!

And here are some other party products you might like!

Fancy Cupcake Box SVGBag Bonanza!Party Lantern SVGBeach Party PrintablesSoccer Party KitBaseball Party SVG & Printables!Pizza Party PrintablesValentine Party Add-onBachelorette Party PrintablesArcade Party Printables

Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

A gift in a bottle and 25% off!

Looking for a fun way to package a gift? How about in a  bottle? I  saw a neat idea from Scrapalette over on the Cricut message board and I had to give it a try! But before I show you how I want to let you know that EVERYTHING in my shop is 25% off through Saturday!

OK, now that’s out-of-the-way on to the fun! I made a “Movie Night in a Bottle” using the 2 liter soda bottle label from the Movie PArty Printable kit:

I put bags of microwave popcorn, movie size candy and fun size candy in the bottle too. I will give this along with some wrapped up DVDs as a Christmas gift. Wanna know how I got everything in that bottle? Take a look…

Neat huh? Here are some tips on the soda bottle project:

  1. Rinse out the bottle before you cut, then after you cut the hole you can reach through it and dry the inside of the bottle with a paper towel.
  2. Put in the larger items first then fill in with smaller. You can always drop in really small items or shredded colored paper through the neck of the bottle to fill the top if needed.
  3. Type info in the printable label before you print for a polished professional look!
  4. Look in your recycling bin, you may find other cool bottles (like the square juice bottles) that will hold even more!

Here is a look at the Movie Party kit I used:

And here is your freebie, it is basic so you can use it anytime!

to download: click on the tag, then right-click on the larger tag and choose "save as" Enjoy!

The rest of the Lindsay’s stamp stuff DT has quick packaging ideas for you this week, have a look and your wrapping will be a snap this year! *DT post will be live at 10am Thursday ET.

Cheryl Gorka DT Coordinator

Shannon Neparko

Margie Visnick

Tracey Allen

Leanne Garner

Tamara Bennett

Cindi Hooks

Micki Harper

Karin Martin

Jennifer Bliss

Diane Bove

Laurel Seabrook

Remember 25% off at Lindsay’s through Saturday!

This project qualifies for the following challenges: All Sorts, No Time to Stamp (last minute Christmas gifts), A crafty Little Place (use a tag),  Creative Card Crew, Digistamps 4 Joy, mamidoodles, OSAAT, Opus Gluei, Stamps R Us, Sugar Sweets Paper Treats, (anything goes), Cutie Sunday (Everything goes-but no Christmas on the artwork), Everybody Art Challenge (make a gift), Flourishes (yummy treats), My Sherri crafts (party project) and  Pile it on (wrapping) and the Let’s Party Callenge at YNS!

Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

Let’s all go to the movies!

In another week or so our little darling children will be on Christmas Vacation. It will only be a matter of time before we hear the lovely refrain “Mom, I’m bored!” Why not invite a bunch of the kids friends over and have a movie party?

I made a Movie Party Printable kit that has all you need to make a ordanary afternoon movie playdate something special.

The water bottle wraps and popcorn boxes have labels to write your guests names on so they will know what bottle and box is theirs {this time of year we don’t want them sharing with all of the colds going around!}

This is also an easy birthday party theme, the party hats are so fun! I added crepe paper fringe to mine! To do this simply staple 3 lengths of crepe paper party streamers together and cut a slit ever 1/4″ or so then hot glue the strip of fringe to the inside of the hat. You can roll a strip of fringe to make a pom-pom and glue it to the top of the hat too, fun!

I love the menu poster in this kit, what fun you could have with it. You could even type prices and give your guests play money from the dollar store to buy their concessions with!

I’m all for fun and frugal ways to throw a party and this sure is one of them. Here is a look at all of the printables you get in the Movie Party kit:

Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!