DIY Strawberry Sprinkle Party Favors

DIY Strawberry Sprinkle Party Favors | All you need is a plastic bag, string, sprinkles, and the free "leaf" printable found on Design Eat Repeat. So easy & fun to make!

After a day of hardcore spring cleaning, I took it upon myself to clean out my computer hard drive while I was at it. It was quite the task going through 9000+ photos, but it’s easier than scrubbing floors, so I’ll take it. While I was going through my files, I came across these sprinkle party favors that I made a few weeks ago and decided it was time to share them! Heck, if there’s any day I deserve a few strawberries, sprinkles, and pink lemonade, then today would be that day. Closet cleaning, floor scrubbing, and mountains of laundry deserve such treats, right?

DIY Strawberry Sprinkle Party Favors | All you need is a plastic bag, string, sprinkles, and the free "leaf" printable found on Design Eat Repeat. So easy & fun!I’m a believer that parties don’t have to be tons of work, which is why I’m excited to show you how easy these sprinkle party favors are to assemble.

DIY Strawberry Sprinkle Party Favors | All you need is a plastic bag, string, sprinkles, and the free "leaf" printable found on the blog, Design Eat Repeat. So easy & fun!By simply pushing the sprinkles into the corner of a plastic bag & tying off the top, you can get a easy-peasy party favor in the matter of minutes. Trim off the excess bag and attach the leaf printable (below) and that boring plastic bag instantly transforms into a bite-sized strawberry treat.

DIY Strawberry Sprinkle Party Favors | All you need is a plastic bag, string, sprinkles, and the free "leaf" printable found on Design Eat Repeat. So simple & fun!

You can use any kind of red or pink sprinkles to give them the fresh pop of color they need. I did an assortment of different sprinkles (jimmies & pearls), but a mixture of both could also be fun to try!

DIY Strawberry Sprinkle Party Favors | All you need is a plastic bag, string, sprinkles, and the free "leaf" printable found on Design Eat Repeat. So easy to put together & give out at a party!Pass them out as party favors or pair them with a cupcake for a fun DIY cupcake activity. (I’m thinking it would be fun to give each guest an unfrosted cupcake, bowl of frosting, and sprinkle pouch and let them decorate their own!)

DIY Strawberry Sprinkle Party Favors | All you need is a plastic bag, string, sprinkles, and the free "leaf" printable found on Design Eat Repeat. So easy to make!

Download the Free Sprinkle Party Favors “Leaf” Printable
Materials:
Sprinkle Party Favors Leaf Printable // Scissors/Exacto Knife
Twine or String  //  Sprinkles or Pearls

I’ll warn you now that this summer might be full of sprinkle projects, but when you’re a sprinkle addict like myself, there’s not many ways to avoid it. I’m already thinking of other sprinkle fruits to concoct, so let this be your warning that fruitilicious days are to come.

Client Spotlight: Custom Blog Design for Vera Sawicki

Branding Board

Whew! April has just flown by and I have my current design queue to attribute to that! Since going full-time freelance a month ago, I’ve been quite the busy-bee working on several blog design projects, branding/logo projects, as well as squeezing in some fun posts for this here blog! But I’ve loved every minute of it and I have all my wonderful clients to thank for that. I started working with Vera on her blog last month & we just launched her new blog design last week! Her style blog documents her ventures around New York, and it doesn’t take long after reading her blog to get a feel for her pink & chic style.

The five words she gave me at the beginning of her project were:  Simple, Clean, White, Pretty, Girly. And if you’ve followed along this blog for awhile now, you probably know that simple, clean design (with lots of white space) is my jam. So needless to say, I was pretty excited to dive into the design.

Branding BoardWhile there are tons of gorgeous script fonts out there, I’ve recently started experimenting more with hand lettering for my client projects. It gives the project an extra element of uniqueness & also has more organic feel to it. I’m always excited when my clients are open to implementing illustration into their design, since it allows me to spend time off the computer to just draw. As you can see in the image below, I usually start off writing the words 50-100 times before I settle on “the one.” From there, I move on to digitizing it and working it into the design. So fun!

Branding BoardOverall, I had a blast on this project & can’t wait to reveal a few others that are in the process of being launched. Thank you Vera for being such a gem to work it! To see the blog live & in action, hop on over to her site! Have a great weekend everyone & I’ll be back next week with a few springtime printable & DIY projects!

See the design live over at www.verasawicki.com

Looking for a custom blog design or branding project? I am now booking for May & June projects and would love to chat! Hop on over to my studio website for the details on how to get started!

Spoon Pouches Birthday Party Printables

Download these free spoon pouches for a fun birthday party place setting. Would also be fun to serve with icecream for a unique presentation!

Summer is just around the corner and I’ve been in full packaging design mode lately. The fresh air & open windows may be getting to my head, but I’m thinking that an icecream party is in order one of these days. I’ll probably be making several icecream party printables in the coming months, but today, I present you with these little spoon pouches to accompany your upcoming birthday or icecream parties. Are they necessary? No. But who cares, because fun packaging & party favors can transform your tabletop in one hot minute.

Download these free spoon pouches for a fun birthday party place setting. Would also be great to serve with icecream for a fun presentation! Printables by Design Eat RepeatI designed two gender-neutral colors so that you have a variety to choose from. Simply print out the free printable, assemble, and pop in a spoon for an easy accompaniment to a boring place setting.

Download these free spoon pouches for a fun birthday party place setting. Would also be great to serve with icecream for a fun presentation!And if you wanted to be super fun, you could also add a fun paper straw, napkin, and note to each pouch to complete the set. I got a bunch of fun-colored party supplies in the mail about a month ago & am itching to create more party projects!

Download these free spoon pouches for a fun birthday party place setting. Would also be great to serve with icecream for a unique presentation!

Download the Free Spoon Pouches Birthday Party Printables
Materials:
Free Birthday Party Printables // Scissors/Exacto Knife
Double Sided Tape  //  Plastic Spoons // Optional Addition: Straws & Napkins

Anyone else just waiting for warmer days to arrive so that icecream making is an acceptable daily activity? I’ll probably regret saying that when my air conditioning bill is through the roof, but for now, I say bring on the heat.

DIY Donut Printable Drink Toppers

Download these Donut Printable Drink Toppers for a fun DIY party idea! Find the free printables at Design Eat Repeat

Donuts are just too fun to photograph, so it’s safe to say that the donut projects have been on overload lately. Last week I posted these Gosh Donut printable flags, and today I’m sharing the download to the other half of the project. Print these off and place them on top of a small drink for a fun way to spruce up any party or brunch!

Download these Donut Printable Drink Toppers for a fun DIY party idea!

Download these Donut Printable Drink Toppers for a fun DIY party idea! Find the free printables at Design Eat Repeat

Download these Donut Printable Drink Toppers for a fun DIY party idea! Get the free printables at Design Eat Repeat

Download the Free Donut Printable Drink Toppers
Materials:
Free Donut Printable Drink Toppers // Scissors/Exacto Knife

If it wasn’t for the temptation of having donuts in the house, I’d totally do donut projects everyday. If anyone wants to hop on over and save me from the temptation, I will gladly send you home with a box of donuts. They may have had straws stuck in them, but hey, a little wear and tear doesn’t hurt anyone.

Free Workout Printable Log – 1800 Minute Challenge

Free Workout Printable Log || Track your progress in 30 minute increments. Simply exercise 30 minutes a day, for 60 days, and you will have built up 1800 minutes!

With the hustle and bustle of everyday life, there never seems to be enough time in the day to do what you want to do. Never enough time to read that book, go for that run, or set aside time to learn something new. I’ve realized that the times my life seemed the most balanced was when I was setting aside time for the things that I never had “time” to do. A week or so ago, a few bloggers announced a 1800 minute fitness challenge. To simply get 30 minutes of movin’ in each day, for 2 months, and bam you have your 1800 minutes. Sounds fun to me (minus the Jillian Michaels beat downs). Since I’m more of  a visual person (who loves charts), I decided to whip up a fun printable to use to track the minutes. While this workout printable was created for fitness based goals, feel free to use the printable in other areas of your life where you just want to set aside some time each day to accomplish something new.

Free Workout Printable Log | Track your progress in 30 minute increments. Simply exercise 30 minutes a day, for 60 days, and you will have built up 1800 minutes!1800 minutes may seem like a lot, but when you break it down, it’s just 30 minutes a day for 60 days.

Free 1800 Minute Workout Printable Log | Track your progress in 30 minute increments. Simply work out 30 minutes a day, for 60 days, and you will have built up 1800 minutes of excercise!

Download the Free Workout Printable Log – 1800 Minute Challenge

If you want to officially join the 1800 Minute Challenge, hop on over to any of these 4 blogs to sign up (it’s free!).  There’s a bunch of ladies already signed up and it will be a fun way to connect with other peeps, while gettin’ yo fitness on. It begins April 1st, so hop on over & join the party!

Erin from Living in Yellow  // Alissa from Alissa Circle,
Emily from The Freckled Fox // Alycia from Crowley Party