It even became the theme for his fourth birthday party. We had a great time planning and he had a great time partying. Here are some highlights from his Angry Bird party:
The invitations for this party were fun to make. I used the Cricut and an Angry Bird SVG file to cut the red bird. The cloud and wood piece were also cut with the Cricut. I used a woodgrain embossing folder on the wood and a swirl on the cloud. (*tip - When dry embossing, you can usually run three pieces of paper through the Big Shot at a time) I used a real rubberband for the slingshot. Inside the invitation I put all the party details.
The thank-you cards were kept pretty simply. I printed the green pig on white cardstock. I used the Cricut to cut the golden egg and added a heart stamp which I colored in red. A black Sharpie was used to freehand the accents.
LOVE the inside of the thank-you card!
For my kids birthday parties, I tend to use a lot of their toys as decorations. Here I took one of Lucas' large plush Angry Birds and put in a basket (nest) with some filler. Super cute and free!
My sister, Emily, made an awesome King Pig cake complete with crown. I wish I had a before picture!
I made an "Angry Bird Creation Station" complete with coloring books, stickers, tattoos and other fun craft supplies.
And of course no birthday would be complete without an Angry Bird bike!