Thursday, August 2, 2012

punch out party favors

I seriously love this punch-out party favor idea and plan on completely copying it for my next child's birthday! via stephanie wong


Gen said...

so glad you are back!!!!!! I've missed you!

Jullister said...

Wow, you really are super fabulous! I have been visiting a few times and you always impress me.i am also a graphic designer yellowlemons on etsy. Come and visit my shop to see some of my designs.

Anonymous said...

HI! I sent you an email. I was hoping you could write back if you can. This is about the baking party image. Thanks so much,
Kelly Ladd

Unknown said...

This is a great idea. My daughter is too young for this at her party, but this is something I will definitely utilize in the future. It looks like a whole lot of fun and I'm sure the kids would get really excited with it :-)

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