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Green and Purple Water Bottle Labels for a Baby Shower July 26, 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Personalized water bottle labels is a quick and easy way to personalize any event. I have a whole bunch of water bottle wrappers in my Etsy store but today I wanted to share these in purple and green because my lovely client sent me photos from the shower she hosted. What do you think? The purple and green look really preppy, don’t you think? I also like that this color combo could be used for a baby girl, a baby boy or twins! What is your favourite color combination for a baby shower?

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I also have some damask purple and green water bottle wrappers available if you prefer that print to the stripes and damask and of course some super cute Hershey kiss stickers, too! If you need more inspiration and baby shower ideas you can check out my boards on Pinterest for a girl and for a boy. Also, don’t forget to like my Facebook page and follow me on Twitter!

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Tutorial: Hershey Kiss Labels February 20, 2012

 

 

I’ve had a few requests recently for Hershey Kiss labels. These are totally adorable so I’ve decided to offer them in a range of colors and themes. They are a simple way to totally personalize your shindig. Personalized Hershey kisses also make really cute party favors.

So, how easy are these to put together? All you’ll need is some bright white heavy paper. I personally like to use 110 lb card stock, a glue stick and a .75 inch circle punch. The first thing you’ll want to do is print out the PDF file that I’ll e-mail you and cut the circles into stripes, as shown in the below photo.

 

 

The important thing to remember is to hold your circle punch up side down when you punch out the labels. This way you will be able to see exactly what you are punching and make sure that your label is even on each side/nicely centered. The sheet that I e-mail you will have 99 labels so you’ll get plenty of practice… he he he ūüėČ Once you’ve punched all your labels, dab them with a bit of glue from a glue stick and attach to the chocolate kiss. Avoid the washable glue sticks because that glue doesn’t tend to hold up on the foil.

 

The circles measure .80″ and are designed to be cut out using a 3/4″ (.75″) circle punch. The punch can be found at Michaels, Hobby Lobby, or your local craft or scrapbooking store. I used the EK Success Paper Shapers Medium Punch. Even though I recommend printing these on 110 lb bright white paper and then use a little glue to stick them on the kisses (a glue stick is perfect), you can use sticker paper. For instant stickers, simply purchase blank sheets of sticker paper found at office or craft supply store. If you don‚Äôt want to buy a whole packet of sticker paper, you can get these printed at Office Depot or Staples and request to have them print on sticker paper.

Check out some of the other Hershey Kiss labels currently available in my Etsy store. Just click on the photo to be taken to the listing. But, as always, if you do not see the color combination or style that you are looking for, please contact me as I am happy to take custom orders. apartystudio@gmail.com

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Blue and Yellow Baby Shower January 24, 2012

Today, I have photos to share with you from Danielle’s baby shower, held on Saturday. She is expecting her son, James, on February 29th. How exciting… a leap year baby! For her invites and cake, the shower host, Cheryl, ¬†used Wilton’s Baby Feet collection. Look how adorable the cake came out!

To compliment the cake, she choose light blue and buttercream yellow decorations. Check out the water bottle wrapper and the personalized chocolate bars! The water bottle wrappers have either the name of the baby or the due date. Both these items are now available in my Etsy store. And if you are hosting a baby shower and love the stripes and polka dots, but need different colors, then please contact me because I am happy to customize the color on any of my party printables.

Food wise, Cheryl had a lovely classic brunch spread: chicken salad with fresh croissants, fruit with vanilla dip, gluten free bread with spinach dip, cheese and crackers, vegetables and dip, mini quiches, etc.

Congratulations Danielle and we look forward to meeting baby James very soon!

If you are planning a baby shower, then take a look at my two baby shower boards on Pinterest. You may get some great ideas for your shower!

Girl Baby Shower ideas: http://pinterest.com/apartystudio/baby-shower/

Boy Baby Shower ideas: http://pinterest.com/apartystudio/baby-shower-boy/

If you need anything custom made for your decorations or favors, please contact me at: apartystudio@gmail.com and don’t forget to like my Facebook page! I can make banners, menu cards, food labels, 4 inch circles for the diaper cake, cupcake toppers, water bottle wrappers, etc.

 

Pink and White Damask Baby Shower August 10, 2011

I just love damask. I think it is so pretty and also from a design point of view, it can be very versatile. I recently designed a range of party printables for a girl baby shower. Classic, clean lines, pretty and soft. I love it and hope one of my girlfriends has a baby soon so that I can use this!

Check out this adorable invite:

Here are the personalized cupcake toppers and the food labels:

The full range is available now in my Etsy store! The complete set includes:
1. invite- either 4×6 or 5×7
2. “BABY” banner
3. hang tags (personalized)
4. cupcake toppers (personalized)
5. cupcake wrappers
6. buffet/food labels (blank)
7. water bottle wrappers (personalized)
8. thank you OR advice note cards (personalized)

Of course, as with all my designs changes can be made. Take a look at these water bottle wrappers. The background can be changed to blue for a sweet baby boy, or perhaps make the damask grey for twins, or finally, combine a couple colors such as the butter yellow and steel grey? What do you think?

And here’s a little lesson direct from Wise Geek about our favorite pattern!!!

Damask is a type of textile closely associated with drapes, tablecloths, cloth wallpapering, and upholstery. It has also historically been used to make jackets and other heavy outer garments. Classical damask is made from silk, although the term is now widely used to refer to the style of weaving, regardless as to the material used. Damask is characterized by a background of lustrous fabric against which raised designs appear. Many pieces of antique upholstered furniture are covered in damask fabric, which is how many consumers become acquainted with this fabric.

The patterns used in damask are often geometric or botanical in theme, although the pattern may also integrate animals or simple scenes. The weaving style originated in Asia, spread across the Middle East, and reached into Europe thanks to the efforts of traders like Marco Polo. By the 12th century, the fabric had been named after Damascus, which was quickly rising to fame as a center of textile production. The ornate fabrics exported from Damascus were well known, leading many people to associate the fabric with the city. Italy also housed numerous well known manufacturers of damask.

 

 
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