Birthday Memories Party Favors

Birthday Memories Party Favors

By PaperedChef, June 29, 2017

Ingredients:

Stampin’ Up Birthday Memories Designer Series Paper
Stampin’ Up Birthday Delivery Stamp Set
Stampin’ Up Birthday Friends Framelits Dies
Stampin’ Up Balloon Honeycomb Embellishments
Stampin’ Up Happy Birthday Dies – used for card in the video
Stampin’ Up Balloon Bouquet Punch
Stampin’ Up Tags & Labels dies (retired) – used to cut out designs to be used as embellishments
Stampin’ Up Pretty Pedals Designer Series Paper Stack (retired) – used for some of the balloons
Basic Black ink
Real Red ink
Pacific Point ink
Water Color Pencils (for coloring in the balloons)
Stampin’ Up Project Life Cards & Labels dies – used smaller frame to cut out the little girl
Misti Stamping Tool
Brother Scan N’ Cut
Big Shot
Precision Base Plate
Cutting Plate
Fine Tip Glue or Tacky Glue
Stampin’ Up dimensionals or foam adhesives
Glue Dots
Tape
Photomyne – application for scanning images from scrapbooks
Post Card Photos – Walgreens.com
Event Maker – Favor Bags, Tags and Pegs (Jo-Ann)
Recollections Clothes Pins (Michael’s)

Recipe:
In this video presentation, you will be introduced to a party favor project using the Birthday Memories suite. My neighbor and I created the party favors, card and banner in honor of my Mother’s 85th birthday celebration. The party favor bags were stamped using Basic Black, Real Red or Pacific Point ink. The balloons were stamped and colored using the water color pencils or stamp markers. The other embellishments were cut out of dsp and attached using foam adhesives.

Related Post: Birthday Memories Suite

Birthday Memories Party Favors

My Mom’s Baton Twirling Days

My Mom grew up on a farm in a small town in North Dakota. She had never seen a baton twirler until the 5th grade. Her teacher’s sister came to the school and performed for the students. My Mom was so inspired that she that she taught herself how to twirl a baton using a broom stick. She didn’t perform in public but many people who visited the farm saw her twirling the broom stick. My grandparents couldn’t afford to buy her a baton. One day, a baton was delivered from a music store in Minot and to this day, my Mother doesn’t know who it was from. She used it all the time and never had any formal training. During high school, she performed at basketball games. In her Senior year, she taught a class of 75 students from 1st grade through high school. The class was Acrobatics and Baton Twirling. The group was selected to perform at the district basketball championships. After high school, my Mom worked for the state. The Lyceum Program representatives visited her former high school with a performer. The janitor there said that they needed to see my Mother perform. They went out to the farm and asked her to perform. They were so impressed that they took a video of her and entered it into a contest. She was selected to lead the World’s Largest Band Festival in Macon City, Iowa. That summer, she gave over 100 performances. My Mom went from a broomstick to becoming an award-winning majorette, leading marching bands and parades. We are all very proud of her and I was so happy to be able to capture some of this magic through crafting.

Birthday Memories Party Favors

Birthday Memories Party Favors

Please visit my Stampin’ Up site to purchase products featured in this post. http://paperedchef.stampinup.net

Birthday Memories Designer Series Paper
Item Number: 144118

 

Balloon Bouquet Punch
Item Number: 140609

 

 

2 Comments

  1. Tina Jones says:

    What a great story about your mom! The projects are nice. I love your blogs. Thanks for sharing.

  2. PaperedChef says:

    Thanks Tina. I just learned about these things from my Mom. I heard bits and pieces before but I finally asked her the whole story. Then, when I decided to write it down, I had to interview her like a reporter to fill in the details. I was so impressed.

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