Good Luck Favor with Printable

by Dinah Wulf

A Little Gold and a Pinck of Luck St. Patrick's Day Printable

With Saint Patrick’s Day just a few weeks away, I wanted to create something fun and creative for Mia to give out to her friends and teachers on Saint Patrick’s Day. I thought of this Good Luck Favor with Printable that says, “A little gold and a pinch of luck. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!” After all, who doesn’t need a little luck? This is a SUPER inexpensive way to spread some luck to your children’s friends and family.

I made a printable in two different sizes, a two inch circle and a three inch circle. You can print out these tags here:

Good Luck Favor Printable for St. Patrick’s Day

Here is a close up.

St. Patrick's Day Printable

I bought some shiny clover confetti and some plastic gold coins from the craft store. You can package it however you want. Here I placed the gold coins and a pinch of confetti in some small green paper treat bags.

Good Luck Favor with Printable

I also like the idea of seeing the gold coins and pinch of luck, so for these, I placed them in a plastic bag and cut and folded some black cardstock. I taped the two inch tag on the front.

Good Luck St. Patrick's Day Printable

Mia will give these out to her friends and teachers in school and dance class. Hopefully it will bring everyone a little luck!

In case you missed them, here are a few more fun Saint Patrick’s Day crafts and ideas:

Couples Olympics Party DIY Tutorials

by Dinah Wulf

Couples Olympics Party DIY Tutorials

I was so excited to share our Couples Olympics party the other day that I didn’t get a chance to write out the tutorials for how to make the inexpensive decorations I had. So, today I thought I’d share some Couples Olympics Party DIY Tutorials including how to make the medals, trophy, and signs. I’m also including the Couples Olympics logo I designed so that you can use and print it out as you need it for your own party.

Giant Olympics Logo

Couples Olympics Decorations (1)

Materials:

  • Cardboard Box
  • 2 Bowls in 2 Sizes (or other circular object to trace)
  • Multimedia Scissors
  • Paint (Blue, Yellow, Black, Green, and Red)
  • Paint Brushes
  • Hot Glue and Glue Gun

Instructions:

I made this out of cardboard because it’s sturdy and I plan to keep it for future Couples Olympics parties. Can you believe I have a bin dedicated to it in the garage?? Anyway, the instructions are pretty self-explanatory. I traced two different sized bowls, cut them out, and painted it. I cut one slit in each ring so that they will interlink and hot glues them together. I can easily disassemble them to store and glue them again in the same spot for the next year.

DIY Couples Olympics Medals

DIY Olympic Medals

Materials:

Instructions:

The cheap party store medals are perfect for this. Re-size and print and cut out the Couples Olympics logo on cardstock and glue it to the top of the plastic medal. It is OK if the plastic medal is not flat or smooth. Allow the glue to dry. Place it on a flat surface and slowly add the 3 dimensional Mod Podge under and over the logo. Gently smooth out any bubbles with the tip of the bottle. Allow it to dry for a minimum of three hours.

Couples Olympics Trophy

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This trophy is passed on to the new winning couple each year. I made this one last year. Here are the instructions on how to make it.

Couples Olympics Signs

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Print out the Couples Olympics Commission and the Couples Olympics logos I made an place them all over the venue! Make it more official by adding a black cardstock border.

Couples Olympics Official Seal

Couples Olympics Seal

If you get as crazy as I did and send out a welcome packet invitation, I printed out the Couples Olympics Committee logo I made on adhesive paper and punched them out with a circle punch.

In case you missed them:

…And in case you are wondering, we skipped 2014 because we had it in December of 2013 and January of 2015!

Mardi Gras Printable

by Dinah Wulf

Mardi Gras Tag Printable (1)

I have never really celebrated Mardi Gras, although I have always thought it would be fun. I would love to be in New Orleans or Louisiana, or better yet Brazil or Italy! All I know is that it is a carnival of celebrations when people eat a lot and party. Sounds good to me! I also love the colors of green, purple, and gold, so this year, I thought I’d make a Mardi Gras printable in honor of the festivities coming up in February.

You can use this however you like. I made them as little tags for small gifts. I glued them to cardstock, punched a small hole, and tied some black ribbon onto candy filled milk bottles and test tubes.

Fat Tuesday Printable

I made a little sign with a fleur delis and crowns. You can print the tags as well as the full image in case you need specific sizes. You can also use it for party favors, cake toppers, signs, or invitations.

Mardi Gras Printable Tags

Mardi Gras Image

Here are a few more pictures of the favors I made.

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Fat Tuesday Free Printable

Fat Tuesday Tag Printable

Mardi Gras Free Printable

In case you missed it, my friend Maily threw a Mardi Gras themed party that had some great party decorations and ideas. Check out her beautiful flower arrangements and mask centerpieces.

Check out some other fun theme parties with printables:

Bouncy Ball Valentine Printable

by Dinah Wulf

Bouncy Ball Valentine Printable DIY

This year, my daughter chose bouncy balls to give to her classmates at her Valentine party at school. I loved that idea because a) it’s not candy, and b) it’s easy! We found these bags of bouncy balls at Target. I designed a quick bouncy ball Valentine printable so that you could use them too.

Here are the balls. They come in reds and pinks and blues and greens. We bought one of each bag.

Bouncy Ball Valentine Printable

I made and printed these labels that say, “I hope you have a ball this Valentine’s day” and glued them onto some lavender card stock.

Bouncy Ball Non Candy Valentine

I left an area for your child to sign their name. You can use the design in whatever size you need:

Bouncy Ball Valentine Printable

We used double sided tape to attach them to the plastic bags.

Bouncy Ball Valentine Free Printable

Super simple! I hope you enjoy and use the printable!

More Valentine’s Day Inspiration:

Printables:

Valentine Decor:

Handmade Cards and Gifts:

Other Fun Valentine Ideas:

Fortune Cookie Valentine Printable

by Dinah Wulf

Fortune Cookie Valentine DIY

I found the cutest erasers ever in the dollar bins at Target. I couldn’t help myself so I picked up a little bag. I knew IMMEDIATELY what I wanted to do with them as soon as I got home.  I made some printable fortunes to go along with this cute little cookie. So, today, I am sharing this Fortune Cookie Valentine Printable that you can use for real fortune cookies or these cute dollar bin erasers.

Here are the erasers. Adorable, right? They come in a pack of six in light pink, hot pink, and purple. I figured I could have Mia give them to friends, school teachers, dance teachers, or coaches.

Fortune Cookie Valentine Printable

I designed two different ones. One is for teachers with the Chinese symbol for “teachers”, and the other one is for friends or classmates that has the Chinese symbol for “friendship”. They even have lucky numbers like the ones you find in real fortune cookies. They say, “I am “fortune”-ate to have you as my friend/teacher.”

Fortune Cookie Valentine Printable for Student or Teacher

You can download the FREE printable here:

Fortune Cookie Valentine Printable

Enjoy!

More Valentine’s Day Inspiration:

Roses Are Red Printable Teacher Poem

by Dinah Wulf

Roses are Red Violets are Blue Printable Teacher Poem

I know Mia is only in preschool but she has had some amazing teachers. It makes me want to give them something small to say thank you anytime there is a holiday. With Valentine’s Day just right around the corner, I put together this Roses Are Red Printable Teacher Poem to share. It can be used for Valentine’s Day, Teacher Appreciation Day, or Just because. You can also attach it to a single rose (chocolate or fresh) or an entire bouquet!

I found these chocolate roses at Target for $1.00 each. I bought three for Mia’s teacher and her assistants.

Roses are Red Printable Teacher Poem

I designed this printable, glued it onto black cardstock, and punched out a hole in the shape of a heart. It says, “Roses are red, violets are blue, you are a great teacher, and inspiring too.”

Roses are Red Printable DIY Teacher Valentine

I tied on some twine ribbon.

Roses are Red Printable Teacher Appreciation

You can download the design here and make it any size you need it to be.

Roses Are Red Printable Teacher Poem

I loved how it turned out. It only took a few minutes and I hope it brings a smile to their faces on Valentine’s Day.

Roses are Red Printable Teacher Valentine

More Valentine’s Day Inspiration:

Beanie Baby Party Ideas with Printables

by Dinah Wulf

Beanie Baby Birthday Party

One of my childhood friends messaged me on Facebook not long ago looking for Beanie Baby party ideas for her son’s birthday coming up. She had mentioned that she had searched the internet and couldn’t find anything. I was delighted by the challenge of creating something she could use. My first thought was to do printables; that way she could just download them and make as many as she needed for the party. So, with the help of my brother, this is what we came up with.

Beanie Baby Party Hat

These cute little hats come in four different color combinations.  You can print and cut them out and use them as decorations for the party.  Another option is to just print a few out and (depending on the age of the kids) let the kids cut them out, tape them together, and use them for their own Beanie babies.

Beanie Baby Birthday Party Printable Party Hats

Beanie Baby Birthday Party Hat Printables

Beanie Baby Birthday Party Hats

Beanie Baby Cupcake Toppers

These were designed to look like the iconic Ty tag that comes with each Beanie Baby. The front says, “Beanie Cakies” and the back says “Cupcake sweet, yummy, beanie-cakey, goodness!” The back represents the inside of the Ty tags that come with an original Beanie baby’s name and description.

Beanie Baby Birthday Party Printables

Simply print and cut them out, tape them to a toothpick, and insert them into the cupcakes.  I added some colorful baker’s twine to each tag.

Beanie Baby Birthday Party Ideas

Beanie Baby Birthday Party Cupcake Topper Printables

Beanie Baby Birthday Party Cupcake Toppers

Beanie Baby Party Favors

Lastly, my brother designed a “thank you” tag that says “Beanie Beans” on them. You can make the tag any size you wish. I filled small party bags with colorful chocolate candies.

Beanie Baby Birthday Party Favors

You can download your Beanie baby party printables here:

FREE Beanie Baby Party Printables

My brother has helped me with some pretty cool printables in the past. In case you missed them, here they are:

 

Mason Jar Gift Idea with Printable

by Dinah Wulf

Mason Jar Gift Idea- You Blow My Mind

I wanted to make something that you could say “thank you” with or even just a simple, “I’m thinking about you gift”… something quick and easy for that anytime occasion. I thought of this mason jar gift idea with a free printable that says, “you blow my mind”. I love it when I hear my friend’s say “my mind is blown”… It’s funny to me for some reason! AND it stuck with me, so hence, this printable.

You only need a few things:

I made this printable in a few different colors. Hopefully, you’ll find one that suits your gift and special occasion. All I did was print it out and punched them out with a circle punch. I tied some tulle around the mason jar and then clipped the little tag onto the lid.

Mason Jar Gift Idea with Printable

Voila! Super easy peasy!

Mason Jar Gift Idea

You can use these for thank you gifts, hostess gifts, teacher appreciation gifts, game prizes, or even as part of a mother’s or father’s day gift.

Mason Jar Gift Idea with FREE Printable

Looking for more homemade hostess gift ideas? Try these!

Flynn Rider Wanted Poster Printable

by Dinah Wulf

Flynn Rider Wanted Poster Printable

Recently, I made the Rapunzel birthday party invitations for my best friend’s daughter’s birthday coming up this month. I’m also, slowly working on some decorations for the party as well.  I’ve been trying to brainstorm some budget-friendly ideas and thought that printing wanted posters would be an easy way to spruce up the overall party décor. I ended up making a Flynn Rider Wanted Poster Printable to share with all of you.

I first did a search for what the poster in the movie looked like.  There were even some printables out there. BUT I ended up making my own because, a) I wanted to make one that uses less printer ink, and b) I changed up the fonts a little.

I designed the printable so that the background was white.  This way, you can print on textured decorative paper instead of using so much ink. I chose some scrapbook paper I already had and used a paper cutter to cut it to the 8.5”X11” size.

Flynn Rider Wanted Poster

I printed out the Flynn Rider Wanted Poster Printable.

Flynn Rider Wanted Poster- Rapunzel Party

There you have it! I’m no graphic designer by any means. It’s a little different than the ones out there. It just has a little DIY Inspired twist.

Flynn Rider Wanted Poster Free Printable

Need some more Disney Themed Ideas? Check out these posts!

Wine Tasting Party Score Card Printable

by Dinah Wulf

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Thank you to UncommonGoods for sponsoring this post, Wine Tasting Party Score Card Printable. All opinions are 100% my own.

I am honored to be working with UncommonGoods, a New York based company that features unique designs and handcrafted gifts created in harmony with the environment and without harm to animals or people. Most of the products they carry are created right here in the USA, and about one-third of their entire collection incorporates recycled and/or upcycled materials… right up my alley!

I received these beautiful set of six floral Italian-style wine glasses and thought they would be perfect for hosting my next wine tasting party. I mean really, how cute it the packaging?

Wine Score Card Printable

Here are a few close ups of the glasses. They are absolutely gorgeous, small, and perfect for wine tasting or even juice or mimosas.

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I had thrown a wine tasting party before and I have actually gotten a few emails asking for a copy of the wine tasting score card I used, so I decided to make a free printable available today! The score card has instructions and a rating system for five different wines.  There were five categories including, appearance, aroma, body, taste, and finish. You can list the wines you are tasting if you wish, and there is a section for notes. You can add a boarder like I did to fit any party décor as well.

Wine Score Card Free Printable

Download your free Wine Tasting Party Score Card Printable here.

Wine Tasting Score Card Printable

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These glasses, wine tasting score cards, and a bottle of wine would make a lovely gift basket as a hostess gift, Christmas, Valentine’s Day, or Mother’s Day gift too! If you’d like more gift ideas, be sure to check out UncommonGoods for several beautifully crafted and handmade gifts!

Glow Stick Fourth of July Party Favor Printable

by Dinah Wulf

Glow Stick 4th of July Party Favor Printable

My family and I celebrate the Fourth of July at the same place every year. There is an annual party with family and friends at my best friend’s in laws. Every year after the sun sets and we wait for the fireworks, all the parents pass out glow sticks and sparklers to all the kids.  This year, I thought I’d make a glow stick Fourth of July Party Favor and free printable to make and bring to the party.

Materials:

You can find glow sticks and sparklers everywhere at this time of year.  I found some fun multi-colored bracelets.

Glow Stick Fourth of July Party Favor Printable

They have a little more flare than the traditional glow stick bracelets. I removed them from the packages and placed the plastic clasp on one end of each.

Glow Stick Fourth of July Free Printable

I printed out the printables that you can download here and cut them out with a paper cutter:

Glow Stick Fourth of July Party Favor Printable

I cute out 10”X3” strips of patterned scrapbook paper. I taped three glow sticks onto each strip and then used double sided tape to tape a corresponding piece on top, with the printable on top of that. Again, sparklers work great for this too. You can even do a combo of both along with a little pack of matches!

Glow Stick 4th of July Party Favor Printable

The printables say “Light Up Your 4th” and “Have a Bright 4th”.

Glow Stick Fourth of July Party Favor

I hope you enjoy them! In case you missed them, here are a few more fun Fourth of July posts:

Father’s Day Gift Wrapping and Printable

by Dinah Wulf

eco-friendly father's day gift wrapping

Did you know that a 5X7 frame fits perfectly in a Cheez-It’s box? Me neither until now! I, of course, am too cheap to buy gift wrapping boxes.  As you can see here and here and here… oh and here! Man I am thrifty! With Father’s Day around the corner, I thought I’d do a quick and easy free printable and I happen to throw in this Eco-Friendly Father’s Day Gift Wrapping idea.

We bought my husband a frame for his desk at work and put my daughter’s most recent school photo in it. I really should have taken a picture before I wrapped it because it was a fantastic repurposing idea. I bought it at Tall Mouse.  It was a frame covered in old computer keys. It is so cute and perfect for my husband’s desk at work.  Maybe I’ll have to make one myself.

See? It fits perfectly in the box!

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I wrapped it with blue wrapping paper and embellished it with Washi tape and some other decorative tape I had.

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I created a simple printable and tied it on!

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I was going to stop there, but then I thought that since I already made it, why not share it! So feel free to download this free Father’s Day printable here:

Happy Father’s Day Printable

I embellished my tag with patterned scrapbook paper and more Washi tape. Cute, right? I can’t wait to give it to my husband.

In case you need some more eco-friendly gift wrapping ideas, check out a round up post I did.

 

Just Add Ice Cream Repurposed Tic Tac Packs Printable

by Dinah Wulf

Repurposed Tic Tac Packs

This post, Just Add Ice Cream Repurposed Tic Tac Packs Printable, was brought to you by the makers of Tic Tac® mints. I received compensation to write this post through the Tic Tac® Pack program… all opinions expressed are my own.

Did you know that there’s a brand new flavor of Tic Tac mints? Tic Tac® brand launched new limited edition Summer Ice Pop Tic Tac® mints, the coolest flavor to heat up your summer with a nostalgic nod to summertime memories.  These artificially flavored mints are a delicious combination featuring blue Berry pills, red Cherry pills & white Lime pills, and are a unique treat for guests at summer gatherings this year. Mia’s and my favorite are the blue Berry pills.

Repurposed Tic Tac Pack Gift

To help celebrate the launch of this new fun, festive, and patriotic Tic Tac®Pack, I thought I’d make a unique repurposed Tic Tac Packs hostess gift to bring to all those summer parties you may have coming up this season. You can print this FREE printable here:

Just Add Ice Cream FREE Printable

I used my empty Tic Tac packs and filled them with various ice cream sundae toppings like crushed peanuts, mini chocolate chips, and sprinkles. Here is a tip to help you fill these cute little packs with goodies.

Repurposed Tic Tac Pack Idea

Upcycled Tic Tac Packs

I used some red and blue card stock, ribbon, the printable, and double sided tape to create a special card to bring to your favorite party Hostess this Memorial Day or Fourth or July. You can even make this for Father’s Day, for Dad’s like my husband, who has a major sweet tooth!

Repurposed Tic Tac Pack Hostess Gift

Of course I added a pack of the limited edition Summer Ice Pop Tic Tac® mints as well!

Repurposed Tic Tac Containers

Summer Ice Pop Tic Tac® mints can be purchased at select convenience and grocery stores nationwide for a limited time only. I hope you enjoy the printable! Thank you to Tic Tacs for sponsoring this post!

In case you missed it, be sure to check out how I used Tic Tac packs to make Repurposed Tic Tac Packs Craft Kits!

 

DIY Bachelorette Party Favor Ideas FREE Printable

by Dinah Wulf

Recently I shared some fun stenciled DIY bachelorette party favor bags that I made for a girls weekend I have coming up. Today I wanted to share what’s inside!! AND I decided to make a Bachelorette Party Favor FREE Printable that is perfect for survival kit for a weekend getaway. I also wanted to put together some fun ideas for DIY bachelorette party favor ideas for you.

Girls Weekend Survival Kit

Bachelorette Party Favor Ideas:

  • Gum or mints
  • Candy
  • Bra Strap Clips
  • Invisible Tape
  • Hair Ties and Hairbands
  • Mirrors
  • Aspirin
  • Cups and Straws
  • Healthy Snacks
  • Eye Masks
  • Mini toiletries
  • Tissues
  • Nail polish
  • Lip gloss

I raided the dollar bins at various retail stores.  I found these jeweled compact mirrors and eye masks for $1.50 each at Michael’s!

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You can also buy things that come with several pieces and then break them up in packages to save money.  I did that with the hairbands, gum, aspirin, bra clips, and invisible tape.

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The FREE printables come with Girls Weekend labels, including an “in case of an emergency”, “sweet treats”, “extra hairbands”, and “hangover relief”.  By the way, after I already made the favors for my friends I realized that “hairbands” and “hangover” is one word! They are wrong in the photo but correct on the printables! My friends are free to make fun of me later! Ha! Print the Girls Weekend Printables here:

Girls Weekend Free Printables

The small labels will fit a two inch plastic bag, the medium will fit a three inch plastic bag, and the large labels will fit a four inch plastic bag. You can buy these favor bags at any supply craft store and some party supply stores. Here are my favor bags all filled up! Feel free to stop by my post on how to stencil these fun jute tote bags!

 

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