Monday, January 27, 2014

A cooking Birthday Party


Few days back I organized a cooking birthday party for little girls. These are some of the pictures from that party.

The sign I  made the previous night to hang on the front door. An half hour craft, the tutorial for which is available here. The 'Happy Birthday' banner I used on the sign is available here.






These are some of the decor I made.




The table settings.


I made aprons and chef hats for all the girls. Tutorial for the chef hats is available here.




As soon as the girls arrived they got to decorate their chef hats. I made the chef hats with printer and parchment paper. Tutorial for this one coming soon too.



The other activities for the party was rolling and creating their own pizza. While the pizza was being cooked, the girls rolled and cut out sugar cookies. By that time pizza was done and they all got to eat their own creations.

After pizza they decorated cookies, some of which they even got to take home in their goody bags.

To check other crafts and tutorials visit Crafts/Tutorials tab on the top. For Birthday related posts,click on Birthdays label.

Linking this to these awesome parties hereherehere and here.

17 comments:

  1. Gorgeous party, what a lovely effort you've put into it - I adore the yo-yos on the aprons, so cute! Found you via Creatvie Inspirations linky.

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    1. Thank you Shell for visiting and for your comment..:)

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  2. visiting from sew darn crafty. Wow what an amazing birthday party idea. I love all the handmade decorations and the aprons are amazing!

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  3. Great party idea! My son loves the show Chopped on Food Network, I think he'd get a kick out of a party like this. It would be easy to make it a more masculine theme. Just pinned! Thanks for linking up to the Lovely Ladies link party this week and sharing with us.
    :) Molly from Just a Little Creativity

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  4. Charming Party! I love the hats and the aprons. You did a lovely job with everything!

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  5. What a fantastic party idea! I am totally going to do this for my daughter, she loves cooking...thanks for the great inspiration. Christina at DearBeautifulYou

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  6. What a great idea! Love it. Stopping in from Sew Many Things.

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    1. Thank you Mindy!
      And thank you for stopping by..:)

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  7. This is so fun! My little boys would LOVE this (in blue and orange!) Thanks for sharing at Hit Me With Your Best Shot...Can't wait to see what you've been up to this week!

    ~Ariean http://onekriegerchick.com/

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  8. What a cute party idea! I love the little aprons and hats you made for the girls. So cute!

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  9. What a fun and memorable birthday party. Do you have a tutorial for the hats and aprons?

    http://www.jenerallyinformed.com/

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    1. I have been thinking of uploading the tutorial for the hat. I will do that soon, hopefully in the next week. Thanks for stopping by..:)

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  10. What a great theme for a 6th birthday party! And it’s good to know that the girls had fun. Well who wouldn’t, right? Making their own pizzas and cookies is always a fun activity to do. Anyhow, with this success I’m sure your daughter is now looking forward on her next birthday.

    Shaun

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