The last event I have was my Nephew’s Cowboy Birthday Party. My sister (my nephew’s mom) and I were so busy with all the arrangements. Buying all the stuff, also designing, printing, cutting, sewing, etc. We had so many ideas and want to make all of them. Here you will find the results…
Definitely, my favorite item was the Wanted Poster. If you are wonder how I did it, you can read the post Wanted Poster for Cowboy Party.
The wild western cowboy party cake from Cinnamon Productions.
Sheriff badges to write kid’s names in labels. I do it myself the signal, printing on paper and stick it to a cardboard with adhesive spray. The wood stick was in place with hot silicone glue gun. We found the containers at Ikea.
Thanks to my nephew’s grandma, she sew the burlap fabric bags. I added the sheriff badges with hot silicon glue gun, a ribbon bow and of course candies inside.
Thanks to my friend Elisa for making this chili candy pops, mexican favorites.
I made this cute plus delicious melted chocolate photo props. You can find the molds, chocolate for melting, lollipop sticks, cellophane bags and jute cord at Michaels. Just follow the instructions on the chocolate bag. It’s so easy.
Also I made this big chocolate lollipop stars. Molds are from Amazon.
I cooked this yummy rice krispies treats which looks like “hay stacks”. You can find the recipe on the previous post Rice Krispies Treats Recipe.
The loot money bag printed at home on party favor paper bags.
Another mexican favorite are the peanuts, fritters and chamoy sauce to mix with.
Thanks to my sister’s friend Gris for sending us this beautiful mexican hand made table lamps as a center pieces.
The kids table and chairs were provided by Confetti Party Rentals.
A DIY high chair decoration.
Twenty Mexican horses were ready to pick up. Thanks to my sister’s friend Gris.
The Birthday Cowboy.
The Cowboy and me.