Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Snow White Princess Party Pack

This is not the first time I have made a Snow White princess party pack, I made one last year for my daughter's third birthday which you can read about {{HERE}} All of the original Snow White printables and templates I created can be found in that post.

But since my little Miss. Mischief completely destroyed my laptop this past summer, along with a years worth of personal photos of family and friends, all my files were also lost. Including the  Snow White and all  the other princess's I has started designing.

At the time I  had rushed to make the Snow White and I never felt as though she was finished enough, she just didn't seem animated enough. So when  I had the opportunity to remake her for a custom party. I  was very excited to rework her!

This is the invitation I created, it measures approx. 5 x 6-1/4 which will also fit in an envelope (5.25x7.25) if you would like to mail them. There are two invites per each printed 8-1/2x11 sheet of paper.

Her hair bow is cut out from the top which is something I tend to do with many of my cupcake wrappers and I just love the way it adds a bit of dimension.

These can be printed on card stock to help keep the shape study which you can purchase at most local craft stores. Or you can upload the purchased invitations to a local print shop and have them printed for you. Typically a pack that includes envelopes can be found for a decent price. But if you have a coupon, you can get it for a really great price :)

I added the bow cut out to the cupcake wrappers as well and made a few different version to add a bit of variety. A red striped/chevron with her face and "Happy Birthday" printed on it.

And one a red chevron/striped pattern without her face and no writing. These can be printed on regular printing paper or a sturdier cardstock. There are two wrappers per each  printed 8-1/2x11 sheet of paper

There is also a fun bunting  made with the  red striped/chevron pattern. I did alternating graphics of Snow white, so it's not character overload. These can be printed on regular printing paper or a sturdier cardstock. There are small black lines on the top of each bunting, which are guides to make small slits in the bunting. Use any type/color of ribbon you prefer to string the bunting. You can reinforce it with tape or glue. There are two buntings per each  printed 8-1/2x11 sheet of paper

To bring it all together I also created a drink label (8x2) which should fit most standard water bottle sizes, if it's to large you could always trim it down a bit! You can use a standard printing paper for these and there are 4 labels per each printed 8-1/2x11 sheet of paper

I made a few other things I will share with you in a future post! Sorry, but you will have to wait!

You can view all of these goodies {{HERE}} and you can purchase most of these items through my Etsy.com Shop

Thanks for reading along and I hope you enjoyed this post! If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment below!

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