Last week we shared an amazing rock star themed baby shower. If you missed it be sure to check out this post. This Rock-a-Bye Baby Shower printable pack is available as part of the Ultimate Baby Shower Bundle, which is a collection of 16 printable packs all from different designers. You get the entire pack for the cost of what just one printable party pack normally sells for on Etsy — just $27.97. Go order yours and the download link will be emailed to you right away.
Want to know what you’ll need (besides printables) to make your party just like ours? The craft store can be overwhelming — filled with a million different tools and gadgets. If you are wondering which ones are really essential, today we’ve got a cheat sheet of our favorite tools and supplies. These are the ones we use over and over whenever we style a birthday party, baby shower or holiday meal.
A :: Martha Stewart Craft Knife – The most comfortable craft knife, and we use it all the time for slitting the upper corners of pennants. Here is a little designer secret: never use a hole punch when making banners — slits don’t show as much, and the pennants slide on easily but totally stay put.
B :: Ikea Ribba Frame – Just $2, we have a stockpile of these frames in 5×7 and 8×10. We use white frames the most but also love the black and silver ones.
C :: Decorative Straws – We’re not sure why exactly straws make drinks more fun, but we do know that colorful, coordinating straws are a total bonus.
D :: Silver Cupcake Liners – While decorative cupcake liners seem like a good idea, we almost always prefer the way these silver ones set off the rest of our decor. Another designer secret: practice restraint. These cupcake liners are a great place to save money without sacrificing any style. We buy these quality, neutral ones in bulk.
E :: Lollipop Sticks – These look far better then toothpicks as cupcake toppers.
F :: 2-Inch Circle Punch – If you have only one paper punch, this should be it. We use it for almost every party.
G :: Scotch Expressions Masking Tape – We love coordinating tape to the party so we don’t have to try to hide it. Plus washi tape seriously has a million uses, but we’ve been burned in the past by washi tape that just didn’t hold. Scotch’s adhesive is far better than most of the other washi tape out there.
H :: Martha Stewart Large Circle Cutter – This tool cuts absolutely PERFECT circles from 6 to 12 inches. If you want to line a cake plate or make a circle garland you need this tool. It even cuts through a couple pieces of paper at once. Seriously it’s a must have.
I :: Martha Stewart All-Purpose Scissors – I’ll admit we originally bought these just because the handle matched our other Martha tools, but these scissors are really worthy all on their own. They are comfy and have a nice, sharp tip. Usually you need to switch to smaller scissors for precision cutting, but these do both. I always use these scissors to cut the points out of pennants. The plastic sheath comes in handy too.
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:: 14 Different and COMPLETE printable baby shower themes
:: 1 Pregnancy Announcement & Month-By-Month Sign Pack
:: 1 Gender Reveal Party Pack
Every theme includes matching invitations that you can personalize as well as banners, decor, cupcake toppers, table tents, and party favor ideas. We’ve also planned a non-cheesy baby shower game to go with every theme. There is so much more… check out all the cute photos below.
All together, it’s a collection of over 440 PAGES that are not available ANYWHERE else… only in this exclusive Baby Shower Printable Bundle!
Grab your own bundle for only $27.97! (Less than seven pennies per page).
PLEASE NOTE: These are digital printables, and the download link will be emailed to the Paypal email address you use to pay. Due to the nature of digital prints, all purchases of this bundle are final. Please read the list below to see exactly what is included.1