Monday is MG's 3rd birthday. My girl is CRAZY about Dora so.....you guessed it! We are having a Dora themed party. I refuse to have the LOUD color Dora party and was SO excited I found this site through a quick search on Pinterest. I had NO idea Dora could be so...so...so PRETTY!
I have been a busy bee all week trying to get everything made for the party. I love doing homemade parties and having as few store bought items as possible.
One of my FAVORITE items I found searching Karolina's Dora party were these CUTE bottles she used for drinks.
Source: Karo's Fun Land
Aren't those FABULOUS?!?!
I knew there was NO WAY I would be able to find bottles like that in my area and did not have time to order. I decided to use glass jars instead and I am so happy I did!
I headed to Walmart to pick up the supplies I needed, to see my entire path to purchase check out my Google+ album.
I decided to get an Elmer's CraftBond Spot Stamper....
I also picked up the Elmer's CraftBond Permanent Dot Runner.
Here is what you need for this project:
Elmer's CraftBod Spot Stamper
Elmer's CraftBond Dot Runner
Cut out of choice
Start by stamping the back of your doilies with the Spot Stamper. I used one dot in the center.
Next, take your Dot Runner and run along the outer (lace) edge of your doilies.
Place doilies on jar. I covered the brand letters with my doilies.
You will then wrap your ribbon around the jar. I secured with the Dot Runner.
Now it is time to place your center cutout on. I used the Dot Runner to do this as well. I just ran it on the ribbon and put a few lines on the cutout itself.
You will want to press hard to make sure everything is well placed.
Didn't they turn out SO cute?!?!
I also wrapped a few paper cups for the little ones that can't handle glass yet. I used the same process but folded the doilies in half.
I was SO excited about this #GluenGlitter project!
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