It’s Birthday Season!

It seems like most of the kids we know have spring birthdays, including Casey and Robyn.  I have already started planning both of their parties and just finished designing the invites.  I worked on Casey’s first and liked it so much that I made Robyn’s in the same style but, of course, more girly.

All elements from "Retrospective" by One Little Bird Designs.

I think he has settled on a “car” theme for his party and I have scouted out some ideas from Pinterest but, knowing how often almost four year olds change their mind, I will not actually buy or make anything until the week before!  (In that case, I had better take some vacation days from work just before his birthday!!)

One week after Casey’s birthday is Robyn’s turn.  I like it that their birthdays are close as I have a crazy few weeks and then it is done.  Thankfully, Robyn is only turning two so she won’t care what her birthday party is like.  I am hoping for a really great day and have the party at the local playground.  That way the birds and the squirrels can clean up all the crumbs!  Her invitation was a bit trickier because of all her hair in the photo.  This was the best I could do!

All elements from "Sweet Awaits" by Kitty Designs.

I will post some pictures next month so you can see how the parties turned out.  Now that the invites are made and sent out, I can relax for a few weeks and get back to working on those photobooks!

(I know it has been a while since the last post, but I was sick for about four weeks and just never made it to the computer to do anything.  I usually like to do a post every week and I was even asked by someone if they had been removed from the mailing list!  I feel sooooo much better now and the creativity is coming back to me so you can look forward to more regular posts.)


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