Thursday, February 17, 2011

Planning the Rainbow Party


I'm still working on things for the rainbow party, although not as quickly as I should I guess! Crafts are still a work in progress, so I'm going to share some of the other goods. A little before Valentine's Day, Tiny Prints had a code for a free card from their site. It's gone now, but instead of getting a card to give away, I saw this one and decided to order it to go in the photo collage/ledges. Then I realized it would also work great for Morgan's party!


These guys from Rainbow Brite may or may not make an appearance. Not 100% sure yet. I LOVED that show as a kid, what about you?



The windsock is leftover from my days as a Rainbow Girl. The rainbow assortment of felt is going to be used for a wreath & possibly a cake bunting. I found the rainbow striped paper at Michaels. Not sure what I'm going to do with it yet, but it was 4 for $1, so I grabbed a few sheets. And of course, rainbow crepe paper.


A closer look at the paper.






Oops, almost forgot these! Crochet face scrubbies! Only they won't be used for that.



I still have planning to do. Trying to decide on party favors. Just wondering, what are your suggestions?


9 comments:

Kim's Treasures said...

Looks like a fun party is a brewing! Have fun!!!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

It looks like FUN...and anything colorful will work! It's SO nice to meet you! Aren't we having gorgeous weather! Hugs from you FL neighbor! ♥♥

Anne - Mommy Has to Work said...

It does look like fun!! Maybe a pinata?? Ask me how to make one!

Jill said...

I just stopped by N. Lakeland Walmart and they had Valentine's party favors on clearance so I picked some up for my little man's birthday party - 12 mini kaleidoscopes ($1), 12 mini Heart Maze Games ($1), 8 Watercolor Paints ($2)!

Holly said...

Fun party idea! Loved your invitations, too.
Thanks for stopping by my blog and entering the giveaway:)

Tiff said...

What an awesome party it will be! And thanks for the memories of the Sprites!! I wish I still had mine from childhood, but at least I still have my Strawberry shortcakes :)

Rebecca said...

OMG! Sprintes! I totally forgot about those. I loved them as a kid. :) Now I need to thrift one, lol.

The party will be fabulous for sure!

Gale said...

I see rainbow erasers a lot! Maybe a bundle of crayons...or you could make your own rainbow colored crayons by melting different crayons in a mold (you can use candy molds you can get for a couple of dollars at walmart, or ice cube trays, or old medicine bottles or even cup cake wrappers. If you google "make your own rainbow crayons" you'll find a bunch.

Oh, and here's a cute idea: get clear cello bags for your rainbow favors and put cotton balls on the bottom so it looks like clouds. :-)

Sweet Moments in Thyme said...

I love Gale's crayon idea to give away as favors! You can make your own and put them in muslin bags that you stamp. Or, you could do homemade rainbow playdough. I love making playdough for party favors. I'm due for another batch soon, my daughter's teacher requested it. LOVE the rainbow party theme!!! I'm such a fan of little details like this.....some parents won't even notice, but some totally will!!!

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