Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Robot birthday Bash

To Celebrate my son's 4th birthday, We did it in Robot Style!
The food displayed with cute name tags.
I had a handpainted robot banner to take cute pictures.
( Later I plan on using each guest picture to make my thank you cards with plus I think mom/dads will like a new cute pic of there child)

I made this really cute banner of my son over the years to display across the counter so people to see how he has changed over the years!


Made recycled robots out of tin cans, painted bolts and nuts. Hot glues them together for a very cute silverware holder for the party!

Had a train come, my son loves trains and has had two Thomas the train parties, so it was a nice change to have a different theme, but just for his love we had a train as well. It was a big hit and all the kiddos got to ride atleast once around the yard before the conductor got over heated and had to go home!


Well my cake was really plain and not very creative, but I had over 50 people coming and who had time to bake that many cupcakes when you can get tranformer cupcakes from SAMs 30 of them for 13.00 bucks you can't beat that deal. Plus I wanted to spend more time coming up with cute crafty ideas than baking all day!
Well lets hope next year he changes the theme again, it was really fun searching for ideas for the party, there are so many people that are very creative and I loved search for new ideas as much as making them.
I say go cheap and have fun, no since spending a ton of money on one day when there are so many great inexpensive ideas out there waiting for you to use them in your next bash...
I will be updating on all the new things I have made lately for baby "e"...two hootie hiders one for winter and one for spring, cute cloth toys, burp clothes, changing pad cover, hot sling, baby holder and some great shots of the baby's room as decoration comes along...theme woodscape. color theme: tan, white, browns, and red
LoVe ya,
Beckymae

1 comment:

Mommyto3K's said...

How crafty and cute. Love the tin can utensil holders. Can't wait to see all the stuff you have made for Baby "E"