This is the last post showing the decorations I made for the Minnie Mouse Birthday Party. Today I’ll show the the quick & easy food signs. Adding food cards to your party food is a great touch to tie everything together with the party theme. Not to mention, food cards look wonderful sitting in front of the food.
I printed the digital paper onto 12×12 white cardstock. The paper used for the cards was left over pieces from the other paper decorations (such as the Minnie banner). The white squares were made with the Silhouette software, added a simple pink border to the rectangle shape. The white piece of cardstock is then mounted on black cardstock. I punched the Minnie head from the pattern paper with a circle punch.
Here’s a sneak peek at Gwen’s party dress. As I’ve shown in the wreath & banner, I didn’t want to have too much pink so I was thrilled to find a sweet blue dress. Found this cute handmade blue chevron dress with a sweet pink & white polka dot sash on Etsy (SweetBClothing). There’s even a pretty white flower with a button center that pins onto the sash. For her hair, I found these cute polka dot clips also on Etsy (dylivingston). Picked up enough for her girlfriends at the party so everyone can wear Minnie clips!
Food label cards are very simple, quick to make and they are my favorite paper piece from this party.
Last year I made Mickey Mouse food cards that were similar to these. I used a lot of the same food name ideas for the Minnie food cards. The biggest difference with the Mickey cards is that I printed the circle box onto the paper while printing the pattern. The entire piece is just one piece of paper.
- Cardstock – white Bazzil used to print all patterns and colored backgrounds
- Minnie Mouse Digital Paper Pack – Lane + May Studio (Etsy)
- Font – Luckiest Guy