Cute Little Price Tag Holders for Market

I saw on Pinterest a while ago someone had used some vintage spools to make place cards.  I thought it was a cute idea that would translate well to using as price tag holders for my market stall.  I managed to find some that weren't massively overpriced and today set about making them all pretty!

I added some fabric, lace and ribbons in my logo colours.  Curled a bit of thick wire around and attached it to the centre using a glue gun. 

Don't they look sweet!? Could also be used as photo holders!

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Photo Booth Fun!

My daughter turned 10 late last year and requested a sleepover party for three of her friends.  So I got to thinking what could we do that was fun for these girls now they are a bit old for pass the parcel! Well, having seen lots of photo booth ideas and free printables on Pinterest, I decided to make a photo booth and props.

I just chopped up an old cardboard box for the booth.  Stapled some cute polka dot fabric to the inside and made the scalloped frontage from scrap-booking paper.  And added the camera and little moustaches to give it some interest.  The font is Hard Candy from DaFont. I printed it on printer paper and used the old fashioned way of transferring it onto the pattern paper using a pencil and then traced over it in black pen.

The props I made using the free printables and instructions from Accent the Party.

So here we have the Moustaches:

The mouths!

Pretty Bows:

The funky glasses, which I glammed up with a few sparkles.

These comic book speech bubbles went down well.

A jester and a queen made a great pair!

The nightcap provided lots of funny sleeping poses!

The girls had a blast with these.  I got them out for the New Years Eve party too.