October 11, 2013

Daniel Tiger Birthday Party

I've been busy creating for my daughter's birthday party. I 'thought' this year she was going to pick Mickey Mouse... she was after all way into the clubhouse show all summer. But, there was a last minute winner :) She has recently fallen in LOVE with Daniel Tiger. And I have to admit, it is a pretty awesome show for toddlers.
So, when asked what she wanted for her birthday- Mickey or Daniel- the answer was very clear. DANIEL TIGER (combine it with lots of smiles, dancing, and cue music as she sings the song...). The only problem- there is really NO Daniel Tiger birthday supplies out there. He is just to new.

Da da-da DA- MDS to the rescue :)

I started by making some DSP that I could use for the rest of my projects. Check it out.

This one was made to match the colors of all the main characters. I just used the color picking tool on an image of the characters and added a bunch of stripes (i.e. resized square punches). I was really happy with how this turned out, as I often don't do 'random' too well.


This one however is my favorite! I wanted it to look like the cobblestone road that runs through town, which seems iconic of the show since it is in a lot of the shots. Isn't it sweet! I made two personalized punches for the cobblestones. Then filled them with the same colors as the paper above, made them different sizes, and turned down the opacity. It turned out SO SWEET! Love love love.

Both of the papers above are loaded up to my site at full size (12x12 paper at 300 dpi) so feel free to grab a copy. Enjoy! and leave a comment to let me know what you are making with it- I would love to hear about your projects :)

Flutterby again soon to see some of the awesome projects I made using them!

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1 comment:

Unknown said...

This theme reminds me of an event space San Francisco that was completely decorated according to this theme and it looks magnificent. It is a nice theme for a kid’s birthday party. I keep saving such posts so that I can organize things for my niece and nephew on their birthdays.