Mais pop cakes, mais um bolo da Mérida e colares com flores de papel para oferecer às amigas que vieram à festa de aniversário da Teresa. Em fim, uma trabalheira para a mãe que tem a mania que consegue fazer tudo ela mesma…
Sobre os pop cakes e sobre o bolo de aniversário já falei aqui. A novidade, que fez um enorme sucesso, foram os colares de flores de papel.
Mais uma vez não resisti a decorar a cerca da piscina com os balões com as cores do arco-íris da Showparty (são de ótima qualidade e 4 dias depois, com chuva e vento, ainda estão como novos) e que fazem parelha com os colares das mesmas cores.
No final, a casa estava de pantanas mas a Teresa tinha tido um dia em cheio!
This weekend our home was invaded by Teresa’s friends!
More pop cakes, another Brave birthday cake and lots of necklaces with paper flowers to give to all the girls. At the end, lots of work for this mother who thinks she can do everything by herself...
About the pop cakes and the birthday cake I’ve already spoken in my last post. The novelty, which was a huge success, were the necklaces made of paper flowers.
I thought I it would be easy to turn the decorative Paper Ball Chains I saw at Dana's blog (I am big fan of her simple but cute ideas and I love her great photos ...) into necklaces. The construction method is exactly the same but, instead of leaving the ends loose, it is necessary to sew the last flower to the first one in order to close the necklace. I used colored standard-weight paper and a flower shaped punch from Artemio to make them.
Once again I could not resist decorating the pool fence with rainbow colored balloons... (I went for the good quality ones and 4 days later, with rain and wind, they still look as good as new) and it looked nice because the balloons had the same colors as the collars.
When everyone went home, the house was as mess but Teresa had a full day!