Thursday, August 9, 2012

how to make favor tags

Hi :)

This is a tutorial of how we cut out our favor tags and get them ready to tie on your favors :)

You can get the favor tag images on our website "2 Cute Party Prints"


Supplies:
♥ Favor Tag Images
♥ Printer or you can print them at a local Office Supply Store
♥ 110lb White Card-Stock
♥ Ribbon or something to use to tie them with
♥ Scissors
♥ Paper Cutter or you can use scissors
♥ single hole punch

(Please note we do NOT sell the images below anymore - they are not in our shop - we will switch the images out ASAP - SORRY!)

First you will need to print your images.  We normally make the favor tag images in our shop approximately 3" squares.  We save them as a PDF File with 6 to an 8 1/2 x 11 sheet.


Then you cut them out with either a paper cutter or scissors.


Picture three shows them all cut out.


Then you will need to punch a hole in the corner to put the ribbon through.


And now you will have a finished favor tag ready to tie on your favors :)


We hope you enjoyed this tutorial.  

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Thanks!







How to assemble Birthday Banners or High Chair Banner

Hi :)  

This is a tutorial of how we like to make our birthday banners using images from our Website
"2 Cute Party Prints"  You can also use this same tutorial to make our High Chair Banners :)  We would make four Square Images like below for our High Chair Banners one would say "I'M" the next would say "ONE" and then you would get two spacer images, one for the beginning and one for the end.  So if would read:
"spacer image I'M ONE spacer image"

If you have any questions please click HERE.


Supplies:
♥ Birthday Banner Images from 2 Cute Party Prints :)
♥ Printer or you can get them printed at an office supply store
♥ 110lb white card-stock
♥ paper cutter or you can use scissors
♥ scissors
♥ single hole paper punch
♥ Ribbon or Tulle


First you will need to print your images out.  We like to print them on 110lb white card-stock.  We make our banner images to print on 8 1/2 x 11 white card-stock on our website.  We save them to print two per page.


Second cut all of the squares out.  I like to use a paper cutter, but you can use scissors for this too.


The third photo shows them all cut out :)


Next you will need to punch holes in the top corners.  Photo's 4 and 5 show how we punch them out.



Then you will tie each one together, we like to use tulle or ribbon.  I like to go in the order of how the banner will read.  I like to start with the spacer image and place the hole in the corner on the top of the next one.  You can see how I do that in photo 6.  To me it makes the banner hang better.  Then I just string the ribbon through the holes and tie it together.  I like to double knot it so I'm sure it will not fall.




Once it's all tied together, I go back and trim the ribbons.



And then you are done with the first word.  I do this on each word.  I like to hang them above each other on the wall.  So it would read like this:

Happy
Birthday
Name

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial, if you have any questions please click HERE and we will be happy to help.

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Thanks!









How to assemble Birthday Party Hats

We Found this GREAT tutorial on the website “Oh Happy Day” It works great using out party hat images that we make and sell on our website.  Thanks to them for this wonderful tutorial! Please click HERE to go to their site to check it out. 

Thanks!


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How to attach Water Bottle Labels

We found a GREAT tutorial for Water Bottle Labels – that work wonderful for our Water Bottle Label Images we sell, it is on the site “Glorious Treats” please click HERE to go to the tutorial. And please click HERE to go to our Website to get your Water Bottle Labels :)  Thanks!!!!
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PS….  Thanks!  Glorious Treats for this GREAT tutorial :)