This is Alexa's invitation to her birthday party. She wanted to help make everything. She painted white crepe paper with watercolor to make the rainbow crepe paper. We used a spellbinders die cut to cut out the white scallop square and debossed it with the polka dot cuttlebug embossing folder. We printed all the information on the invitation before cutting and embossing. We finished with some bakers twine and a button. Really simple.
We had a rainbow art party for Alexa this year. It was so fun! Here is her birthday banner. I used the Fair Isle Spellbinders die, some vellum and the Mickey Mouse Font cartridge set on the charm to cut out the letters in white. I used Echo Park paper and Happy sticker. I used some little sticker jewels in different colors. I used some Crystal stickles glitter glue on the letters and the number 7. Some yellow and white bakers twine finished it off. This was a really quick banner and Alexa helped make it which was fun too. She is so into art!
For the activities at Alexa's party we had an ice cream cone pinata, played how many candies in the dish and then painted pictures. The kids all loved painting their pictures. We used watercolor paper and had them watercolor the background and then used some washsable kids white paint to paint the circles. I had saved various caps from milk jugs, toothpaste, vitamins, etc. for the kids to dip in the white paint to make the circles. I had various sticky foamies for them to decorate their picture with. We used a frame from imaginisce that we filled with froot loops. This is Alexa's creative art work. They had a lot of fun!