I actually created all these labels and put together this table 2 years ago, but I’m just NOW finally sharing it! Perfect for our monthly Point of View link party, don’t forget to come link up your tabletop posts!
The first part of any party is the invitation! It’s the first anyone will see of your theme, and get an idea of what to expect! At my kids charter school for kids on the spectrum invitations tend to get lost. I usually get them about 2 weeks AFTER the party happens.
I hope you have all been enjoying my Free Lego Star Wars labels available on my Facebook page! They are still there, but for Christmas my sister suggested it would be fun to offer some photo Christmas cards. I spent the last few days designing these options to offer you.
I decided to go with the chalkboard trend, I hope you like them. I created 6 fronts and 6 backs. 3 vertical and 3 horizontal. and we’re giving half of them away for free if you like MY facebook page, Topsy Turvy.
The Theme for the Point of View this month is “Family”
I bought this wooden “Family” puzzle from Oh My Crafts at their warehouse sale last month. so when this month’s theme came up it was PERFECT! I debated painting it, or mod podging scrapbook paper on it, then I decided to try ink jet transfer using my marriage certificate and children’s birth certificates (inspired by this)!
So how bright can AstroBrights papers really be???? BRIGHT! I figured the paper would be thin, like printer paper, but it was a nice thick paper! Not cardstock thick, but a great weight that held it’s shape! Hello Lovely! The paper is so lovely, and was so much fun to work with.
UPDATE: the printables are ready!
Now for the full Airplane Baby Shower Reveal! It was SUCH a fun party to plan and throw, and so much fun for my sweet cousin to come into town so we could all love on her and be happy for her upcoming baby!
Again- we went with the Airplane shower because her Dad worked as an air traffic controller and her husband works for Delta, so lots and lots of flying are in this kid future! We designed the table to look like grass on either side of a runway… and I love how the table turned out! I wrapped a few of my puzzle boxes in green wrapping paper to add height without sticking out.