Wednesday, June 28, 2017

PacMan Party .. Inside the Goody Bag (Ghost Me spray)

Yesterday I showed you the outside of the goody bags, today is what is inside. I saw on Pinterest Ghost Me using hair spray .. I searched but that stuff is spendy. So Plan B came into play, Dollar Tree has Silly Spray so I changed it up.


Supplies:
Silly String Spray (Dollar Tree $1 Each / I did 20 bags $20)
Labels (Dollar Tree 1 Package for $1 / I've been using this pkg for a lot of projects)

I downloaded PacMan Font from DaFont, this is my go to place for font's. I found circle labels at Dollar Tree. NOW they are Polaroid which doesn't have easy templates like Avery. So I found the Avery compatible one and played around until my words and Ghost fit in the circle.  

For the different color ghost I did a Google search for PacMan Ghost .PNG (.PNG are images with out a back ground so they are easy to copy and paste into documents). Once I got the labels set up correctly, I printed out. I then stuck a label on the silly string bottle. Each Goody Bag got one spray.

VERY simple and the kids LOVE Silly Spray.

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Tuesday, June 27, 2017

PacMan Birthday Party .. Goody Bags (PacMan & Ghost)

Early I showed you the invites for my son's PacMan themed party. Today is the goody bags made. Now you've heard me several times say I hate goody bags, the party is usually crazy expensive and then you're expected to give guest a party gift. This is usually when we go to the dollar store toys and ton's of candy. So my thought is if I'm sending you home with hopefully something you will keep or eat right away so it's not thrown out.


I wasn't sure on who all was attending so I didn't put names on bags. Caden's bag I did add on wording. The other bags just had PacMan eating the power pills.

I did 2 didn't bag types, a PacMan and a Ghost theme.

Supplies:
Black Bag (Hobby Lobby 12pk $3.99)
Yellow Card Stock
Blue Card Stock
Purple Card Stock
Orange Card Stock
Black Card Stock
White Card Stock
Cricut - I used George Cartridge to cut circles, ovals
Googley Eyes
Glue Stick

Ghost Goody Bags:



For the Ghost bags I took oval cut outs (5.5 inches) in purple, orange and Blue. I then took my scissors to make the bottom of the ghost. Instead of cutting out eyes, I used googley eyes because I think they are fun! I cut out small circles using the cricut (1 inch). I used glue sticks we had left over from school and glued it all onto the bag. This really didn't take very long. The longest part is cutting them from the cricut.


PacMan Goody Bag:



For the PacMan bags I took the circle cut outs (3.5 inches) and took my scissors to make the mouth of PacMan. I cut out black circles for the eyes (1 Inch). I cut out small white circles using the cricut (1 inch) for the dots. Again I used the glue sticks we had left over from school and glued it all onto the bag. This really didn't take very long. The longest part is cutting them from the cricut.


I'll share what goes into the bags shortly. I included a sneak peak for you.

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Wednesday, June 21, 2017

PacMan Birthday Party ... Pacman and Ghost Invite

I showed you the plan invites I did for the classroom, here are the invites I made for my parents and me that I keep in the boys memory books. These took a bit to make but they turned out very cool!


I downloaded PacMan Font from DaFont, this is my go to place for font's. I did a practice run using my cricut to see where the circles and the ghost would be when I cut them out. This then showed me where to put my font so when cut the words didn't get cut off.


Supplies:
Yellow Card Stock
Blue Card Stock
Black Card Stock
White Card Stock
Word - to type up the wording
Cricut - I used George Cartridge to cut 3.5" circles, ovals
Googley Eyes
Glue Stick

Type up in word the invitation wording you want. Using your cricut to cut out a circles. I used a 3 inch for the yellow and 3.5inch for the black and a 1 inch for the eye. For the black strip I just used my cutting board to cut those out. For the Ghost I had to create my own design. I used a 5 inch Oval in blue and a 5.5 inch Oval in black. For the small circles I used a 2 and a 2.5 inch circles. 

Take a pair of scissors to cut out the PacMan mouth and the Ghost bottom part. I used a glue stick to put this together. remember to put the strip in between the PacMan circles and the Ghost BEFORE you glue the backs on (the black). I forgot to do this and each time had to peel it back and stick it in which is hard once glued. I added a black dot for the PacMan eye and a googley eyes for the ghost. You can always cut out white and black circles but I loved this look better. Make sure so it can bend so the PacMan looks like it is eating the ghost. Play with the dots in the center before gluing down to make sure it closes right. 

Very time consuming, but a very cool invite.

 Wording:

Pac man!
Game on!
date and time

Power up:
game over:

Level up:

chomp chomp:

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Monday, June 19, 2017

PacMan Birthday Invites

My son is turning 10 in July and we always do his party early so it's close to the end of school year so his school friends can come. I usually do fancy invites for friends and family and simple ones for the school since I usually need almost 30 of them. These PacMan invites are so simple.


I downloaded PacMan Font from DaFont, this is my go to place for font's. I did a practice run using my cricut to see where the circles would be when I cut them out. This then showed me where to put my font so when cut the words didn't get cut off. 

Supplies:
Yellow Card Stock (I used medium bond but should have used a heavier one)
Word - to type up the wording
Cricut - I used George Cartridge to cut 3.5" circles
Black Sharpie

Type up in word the invitation wording you want. Using your cricut to cut out a circle. Then take a sharpie to make an eye and a mouth. This is where I say I should have used thicker paper you could see the black come through.

Simple but still cool and fit the theme perfect!

 Wording:

Pac man!
Game on!

Caden is turning (year)

Date & Time

location
 
Rsvp #

swimsuit/towel

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