These are the handmade cupcake toppers for an Ice Cream birthday party. I created three different versions so I could use the pink, blue & green ice cream cones as the backdrop for each design. This time made them slightly larger than my last two sets, I used 3 inch scalloped circles for the outside circle and 2 1/2 inch circles for the inner with white cake pop sticks.
The papers are all digital patterns from Erin Bradley Designs (Etsy) and were the perfect colors for this Ice Cream Party.
I printed the outside pattern paper on white cardstock then punched with the scalloped circle. The inside circle with the three lines around the border was designed with the Silhouette software and I printed a dozen on each sheet. Then I punched them out with my circle punch.
Here are the coordinating water bottle labels. The top & bottom label have the same monogram design that I made for Gwen’s first birthday party water bottle labels. I just swapped out the background patterns from this ice cream set and changed the colors of the fonts. The super cute frame in the second one with the ice cream cone was a free download from Clementine Digitals (Julie also made the clipart at the top of my blog).
Isn’t this color pink & blue some of the best out there to work with? They are so bright & colorful. I love these colors.
This banner coordinates with the thank you tags seen in this post from last week.
Next I’ll be sharing the banner & photo clips that were made for this party. After that I’ll share the items from a Mickey Mouse party that was also this past weekend. I really enjoyed having the chance to make so many fun things over this last week. As we move into September my focus is going to be on Scrapbooking because I have a few albums I’d like to finish before the end of the year. I’ve got to set some goals so that I can get layouts completed!