Silhouette Sister & Brother Birthday Party

Posted on November 16th, 2011 by Kara
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Today’s first party feature goes to this darling SILHOUETTE SISTER & BROTHER BIRTHDAY PARTY submitted by Barbara and Ana {from Madrid, Spain} of Mi cesta de mimbre. SUCH a darling party. I adore the silhouettes. What a cute take on the classic boy and girl colors of blue & pink! Barbara and Ana produce customized kits for any type of celberation. Their company is called ”Sueños de Papel” {Paper Dreams}.

This was a bithday party for two little children, a sister & a brother. The theme was pink and blue crowned with the silouette of a boy and girl. Even the birthday cake, cookies and cupcakes were made to match the theme {made specially for the occasion by María from SUGARCAKES}.

To give the party a special touch, they set up a “wish tree” that offered a gift for everyone that made a wish for the birthday children {flower shaped keychains designed and produced by Canela Diseño}. Last, but not least, a fairy stayed with the children during the whole party and taught them how to fly.

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  1. Becky.Hassel

    Just Facebooked about your blog and this Awesome giveaway by posting the following on my status on my Facebook page:
    "Go to karaspartyideas.blogspot.com for some super cute party ideas and an awesome giveaway. She's giving away a Silhouette Cameo!"
    auburngrad04@gmail.com

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  2. Becky.Hassel

    Just wanted to thank for the opportunity to win a Silhouette, I have always wanted some type of paper/vinyl cutting machine. I'm new to this type of crafting and super excited about your contest:) I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving Holiday!

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