So William turned 6 and celebrated with an obstacle course and a blue, black and white themed party. With the speed of a ninja, I pulled my trusty “kick backside” cutter out to create his party favors.
With armament (airbrushed wafer paper).
Ryan wanted her birthday to be centered around jack rabbits. I did a cookie take on the invitation artwork (sorry I can’t give the artist credit/wish I knew who her/his name!) and added a few embellishments…
I wanted a soft background with lattice work (those rabbits had me thinking of Mr. MacGregor’s fence but with something sweet for 5 year old girl …). Stencil hero Killer Zebras came through again with just the right touch.
After I flooded the cookie in pink and airbrushed gold sheen (Americolor), I put the base of white royal icing for the bunny (and the black eyes about 4 hours later). They dried overnight before I added the details with my trusty Rainbow Dust pens. Luckily I had some purple flowers I had made with leftover icing from another cookie set; they worked perfectly to sync up with the invite design. And the result:
In MamaMayer’s garden…
A ‘force’ to be reckoned with, in a galaxy far far away, this Star Wars birthday came complete with party hats….
Positively powerful Potter potions poised to participate in party play.
A million more minions. OK. Not a million. But many. Party apparel and blue-green dresses were requested for this young lady’s birthday party. Packaged as favors (see previous Minion posts for bag and tag look), these girls held their thanks close to their hearts.