Posts Labeled ‘printables’

New Year’s Party Printables

Hosting a New Year’s Party? Some fabulous bloggers have created creative printables that you can use when decorating and preparing for your party. Thanks, Ellinee, The 36th Avenue, and My Fabuless Life!


Ellinee Paper Party Hats

The 36th Ave New Year's Printables

print from My Fabuless Life

Celebrate the New Year!

Ring in 2012 with style using these creative New Year’s entertainment ideas!  Serve drinks with a fun tinsel stirrer to add some sparkle and shine to your party.

Tinsel Drink Stirrer by Martha Stewart

For dessert, try making these fun ball drop cupcakes or arranging a cheescake bar buffet with an assortment of sauces and toppings.

Ball Drop Cupcakes

Cheesecake Bar Buffet by Southern Living

These free retro printables from Ellinee can enhance your festive party decor.

Retro New Year's Printables by Ellinee

Retro New Year's Printables Template

For easy noisemakers, fill clear ornaments with colorful foods such as popcorn, jelly beans, or pink peppercorns.  Noisemakers can be placed in a bowl or vase to serve as a centerpiece until the countdown to the stroke of midnight begins.

Ornament Noisemakers by Rachel Ray

DIY Holiday Gift Tag Printables

Here is a roundup of free gift tag printables that will dress up your holiday gifts this year!  Click on the pictures below to view websites with links to the templates.  Enjoy!

Typographic Gift Tags by Eat Drink Chic

Holiday Gift Tags by Jones Design Company

Rustic Wood Type Holiday Gift Tags by Ellinee

Holiday Gift Tags by Whisker Graphics

Holiday Gift Tags by PaperSeed

Holiday Gift Tags by Domestifluff


Holiday Gift Tags by Paper Crave

Have Some Fun Watching the Royal Wedding

Anglophiles across the globe are throwing Royal Wedding viewing parties to commemorate Kate and William’s big day.  If you’re hosting one of these parties, here are some fun ideas to consider to plan and style your party.

Royal-Themed Decorations
Check out these festive free printables from Design Editor which include Union Jack wraps to go around drinks or top treats, and red and blue patterned pennants that can be hung as a banner or used as individual flags to enhace your tablescape.

printables from Design Editor

The Food Network has created a royal wedding party menu that features William and Kate’s favorite traditional foods.  If hosting a tea party, Food & Wine offers some great English breakfast and afternoon tea recipes.

Orange-Glazed Blueberry Scones from the Food Network

Pimms Iced Tea from Food & Wine adds some "punch" to a party

Entertain your guests during the wedding coverage by playing “Broadcast Bingo.”  Print out these bingo cards designed by Johnnie Boden and cross off the words or phrases as they are spoken in television commentary.

Royal Wedding Bingo by Johnnie Boden

This Wedding Spotter’s Guide is a great activity for children!

For more ideas including recipes for mixing Kate and William’s favorite drinks, visit the blog of Debi Lilly, an event planner who was featured on ABC’s Royal Wedding Breakfast Party.

If planning a sleepover, here is a great DIY kit from with complete instructions including recipes and decor and party favor printables.

Have a jolly good time!

Reserved Signs

At almost every wedding I do, there is always one or two reserved tables. They are usually tables reserved during cocktail hour for grandparents or other elderly guests or tables for family at events that do not have seating for everyone.

I love this free, downloadable reserved sign from a great blog, Blush Printables. What a quick, easy way to make an elegant sign!

Blush Printables Reserved Sign


DIY Hand Pie Box

Pies are all the rage this year — especially individual or hand pies. Don’t you just love this hand pie box created by Twig and Twistle? The design is fresh and perfect for the shape of a hand pie — it’s also just in time for Valentine’s Day when you can give a sweet pie to your sweetie pie!

via Twig & Thistle

2011 Calendars: Free & Fabulous

Who doesn’t love free things? Especially when they are both practical and beautiful — which is exactly what these downloadable 2011 calendars from Red Stamp are. I love them! Their idea to frame them and give them as a gift is brilliant. Perhaps to an office colleague? Or to a best friend, just because?

Now the problem is, which one to choose….

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