I’m almost finished sewing party favors for Henry’s party. I’m making drawstring backpacks and crayon rolls for each of the kids.
I made the outer fabric long enough so that it can fold over the crayons when it’s rolled up. That way the crayons can’t fall slip out during transit, but it’s still really easy to slide the crayons into the slots. This is the roll I made for Henry, the crayons are washable trianguler crayons from Crayola. My plan is to use this when we go out to eat and the triangle crayons don’t roll so I won’t constantly be chasing crayons under the table. The crayon rolls for the goody bags have regular round crayons in them.
Each one of the backpacks has a luggage tag with each of the kids first initial on it. If I get time tomorrow I’m going to make some covered sticky notebooks that I saw over at greetingarts.
The sewing machine was whirring well into the early morning hours last night, but I finished up Henry’s* new birthday bunting, all 9 yards of it.
I pulled the colors for his party of out of some an Amy Butler striped fabric that I love and everything just took off from there. There were several brown and turquoise batik fabrics on sale at our local fabric store that matched really nicely. I’m happy with how it turned out.
I set out Henry’s birthday ring and his new felt ocean cake from Twinkle-Kids
Henry’s eyes lit up this morning when he came downstairs and he bounced up and down and shouted “I’m Bigger!”
(*I’m tired of initials so I’m going to pseudonyms, it feels really awkward to type the wrong names though)