rock star party supplies

Rock Star Party Supplies

Have a little rock star in the house? Me too!

My black, aqua, red and orange Rock Star birthday party supplies collection includes:

  • Banner – “Rock On” banner with guitar divider (4 rectangles to a sheet)
  • Cupcake toppers (8 party circles to a sheet, 2 designs)
  • Cupcake wrappers (2 to a sheet, 2 designs)
  • Dessert tags (8 to a sheet, 1 design)
  • 8×10 photo matte
  • Favor tags (9 to a sheet, 1 design)
  • Napkin rings (6 to a sheet, 1 design)
  • Straw slips (12 to a sheet, 4 designs)
  • Cello toppers (2 to a sheet, 1 design)
  • NOTE: All items are available as a set or a la carte

You can find my Rock Star party collection in The Celebration Shoppe etsy store. As well as my Rock Star invitation and Rock Star thank you note.

Rather have pink and chevron? I’ve got you covered there too with my Girls Rock birthday party collection.

As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate!

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Emma’s rock princess birthday!

Emma just turned seven and she rocked it out with our new Girls Rock printable party collection in Tiffany blue, hot pink and red!

Emma’s mom, Bridget, set up the perfect scene. All the girls entered into a “green room” setting where they could get ready for the red carpet. They dolled up like rock princesses with fun makeup (i.e., glitter lip gloss), feather boas, sunglasses and girls rock tattoos!

Once they were all glammed up, they walked the red carpet where four moms let the flash bulbs fly just like the real paparazzi! The girls loved it! What girl wouldn’t?!

At the end of the carpet, each girl got on stage and had the chance to perform a solo to Just Dance Kids and Disney Sing It!

For favors, each girl received her own glitter microphone and more sweet treats than she could carry in her goody bag! Needless to say, this party was a HIT!

Happy Birthday, Emma!

You can find the entire collection, including invitations and thank you notes in the shoppe. And as always, we hope you’re inspired to craft, bake and create! 

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introducing girls rock!

I’ve had a black and red Rock Star printable birthday party collection for some time and I LOVE it! But recently I was asked if I could “girl it up” a bit. And of course my answer was, yes! So allow me to introduce our new “GIRLS ROCK!” birthday party printables collection!

The party collection includes 16 printable supply items, most of them available for personalization:

  • invitations,
  • thank you notes,
  • guitar cake topper,
  • “jammin’ juice” and “pop star pop” beverage wrappers,
  • “thanks! you rock!” favor tags,
  • “rock on!” birthday banner,

  • chevron placemats,
  • straw slips,
  • napkin rings,
  • placecards,
  • dessert tags,
  • cupcake picks,
  • cupcake wrappers,
  • cello toppers, and
  • conversation bubble photo props!

Visit the entire Girls Rock! printable party collection in shoppe and as always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake and create!

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rock on! photo op

Rock star party activity idea! These pics of my youngest were completely by accident. He was just being himself in our living room. But after I looked over the pictures I thought what a fun photo op idea for our rock star birthday party!  Make sure you check out our printables rock star party supplies too ~ rock star guitar invitations, guitar thank yousprintables and table decor.

We had the plastic guitar he’s holding, but I found inflatable ones for $2.99 at orientaltrading.com. At that price they are the perfect favor, along with the tatoos and microphones, to send the kiddos home with too. And what about those studded bracelets?! I laughed out loud when I saw those, just too fun.

As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate!

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{new} rock star printables

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Later today our new “rock star” printable collection will be live in the shoppe and I have to admit I will most likely personally use this collection for the boys when they get a little older (this year they’ve already decided, a prehistoric dinosaur dig for my youngest and a science experiment party, yet to be developed, for my oldest).

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Building on our original Rock Star collection, we chose Mediterranean blue, black and red as the table decor and favor color palette. Plus, we added two new patterns: stripes and animal print.

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These cello toppers are probably my favorite in the collection. I chose red sour balls for the shoot, but you could give jaw breakers, gum balls, rock candy, stickers, tattoos, iTune gift cards… the possibilities are endless.

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And due to a very popular request, we decided to create a new printable component for this collection, a 8×10 picture frame matte. Perfect for a candy table or gift table to show off your little rock star. (Note: We’re hoping to be able to add the foam guitar shown in this picture, as well as the blue stars found in other pictures, to the collection in a few weeks.)

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We also created a rockin’ napkin ring,

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multiple straw slip patterns. This is our stripe slip shown with the star shatterproof cup, and

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this is our animal print straw slip shown with our stripe shatterproof cup. Both will be available in the shoppe. There is also a “rock on!” with music notes slip and a stars and dots slip, just like the cupcake wrapper pattern in the following image.  

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We designed this cupcake set first and

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then decided we just had to create a stripe version with the silhouette as well, so you’ll get both designs for the price of one when you buy our cupcake printables.

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And if you want to create a fabulous candy table, we designed candy labels for rock candy, cookies, gumballs, jaw breakers, chocolate, jelly beans, popcorn and pop rings. Or, if you prefer to select your own goodies, overlay print your own ideas on our blank labels (guitar silohette is reversed to white). The two are sold as a set so another two-for-one.

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Here are a few of the other candy labels, 

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and the cookie label.

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We also have the cookie cutters for music notes and

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guitars, which are both perfect for edible placecards. {wink}

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We even created a “ROCK ON!” banner with a black guitar silhouette spacer. This entire project was so much fun! 

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And last, but not least, I had to share these blueberry candy canes that we found at Cracker Barrel (good resource for vintage candy) with you. My boys could hardly wait for the shoot to be over so they could try one. I do warn you… they are blue… very blue… as in blue lips, blue face, blue tongue… but they loved them and I’m sure your guests would too. 

As always, I hope you’re inspired for your next celebration! You can find our Rock Star invitation, Rock Star thank you note and printable Rock Star party supplies in the shoppe. {oh! And fan us on facebook for regular updates on what we’re working on. Luau, with a mod twist, is next!}

January 28, 2013 2 Comments

easy football brownie finger food recipe

Easy Football Party Brownies

Hosting a party this Game Day?! Make these football brownies. They’re super easy, fun and you’ll look like a superstar. It’s a win – win… no matter who wins. {grin}

For this little finger food recipe, you’ll need:

  • Brownie box recipe (I use Duncan Hines Chewy Brownies so my little one with with dairy allergies can enjoy them too)
  • Cream cheese icing (I use Pillsbury Cream Cheese icing, again, no dairy)
  • Resealable bag, with a corner snipped off
  • Butter knife

And here are the easy steps:

  • Bake your brownies as directed.
  • Allow them to cool completely.
  • Cut out football shapes with a butter knife, keeping them fairly close together so that you can limit waste (like there would be waste!).
  • Place on your serving platter (TIP: Line platter with wax paper or food safe liner as shown so that your party finger foods come up easily)
  • Spoon icing into resealable bag, snip corner and pipe on four lines

For more party finger foods, visit my 8 Super Bowl party ideas for the Big Game! And download my free Game Day printables in 2013 Super Bowl colors. Enjoy!

And as always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate!

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rockin’ cupcakes

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I mentioned a few weeks ago that we were working on a new Rock Star printables collection to complement our custom invitation and thank you notes. The collection will include these cupcake wrappers and cupcake picks, cello toppers, straw slips, napkin rings, thank you tags, candy bar tags, a banner and even a 8×10 picture frame matte so you can show-off your little rocker in style.

The entire collection will be posted in the shoppe and here on the blog by next Tuesday. I hope you all have a rockin’ weekend!

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electric guitar cake template

Guitar Party Cake

My rock star birthday party theme continues to be very popular so I went in search of a electric guitar birthday cake template to share with all of you. This lime green creation is a Betty Crocker cake! They not only have a cake template, but a how-to video! Woo Hoo!

You can find my rock star birthday party supplies in shoppe.

As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate!

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musical note cupcakes

musical-note-cupcakesThese smart musical note cupcakes are from Kraft Foods.com and are a perfect addition to any Rock Star birthday party. Here’s what you’ll need:

  • 1 pkg. (2-layer size) chocolate cake mix
  • 2-1/4 cups  thawed COOL WHIP Whipped Topping (or cream cheese cake icing)
  • 48 Mini OREO Bite Size Chocolate Sandwich Cookies
  • 2 squares  BAKER’S Semi-Sweet Chocolate, melted (or Wilton’s candy chocolate from the craft store)

And here are the simple steps:
  1. Prepare your cake batter and bake as directed on package for 24 cupcakes. Cool in pans 15 min. Remove from pans to wire racks; cool completely.
  2. Frost cupcakes with COOL WHIP or cream cheese icing. Top each with 2 cookies for the music notes.
  3. Pour melted chocolate into resealable plastic bag. Snip the corner of your bag and pipe the musical note stems and decorate your serving plate. (NOTE: If you use the COOL WHIP you’ll need to keep the cupcakes refrigerated.)

Happy baking!

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rock star guitar placecard craft

guitarplacecardThe Rock Star birthday party theme is so very popular right now so we thought we would create a fun placecard craft for your table. These would also be a great way to tag your goody gifts.

Here’s what you’ll need:

For these fun electric guitar placecards, simply cut out your craft paper using the template, assemble with craft glue, draw on accessories and write your guests name. Wow… that was easy!

Happy celebrating!

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guitar and music note cookies

guitarnotecuttersWe’ve just added some really cute cookie cutters to our “rock star” birthday party theme. Don’t you just love the flames! You can find guitar, musical notes and star cookie cutters with all of our other “rock star” decor.

As for recreating these fun cookies, here are a few tips on flooding. It’s really quite simple. Give it a whirl.

Icing – First of all, you have to have the right type of icing: royal icing. Don’t let the name scare you, it’s just one pound of confectioner’s sugar, five tablespoons of meringue powder, a half cup of water (or less) and gel-paste food coloring (available at most bakery and craft stores; the food coloring in grocery stores is usually very watery taking more of it to achieve the color you want). You’ll need to mix the icing until it’s fluffy, yet dense, about seven to eight minutes. Then you’ll need to use the icing immediately or transfer it to an airtight container.

Coloring – Separate your icing into the number of colors you need for your project. Then color your icing one drop of gel at a time. It’s a lot stronger than you might think. Once all the icing is the colors you need, separate them again so that you can thin one half for flooding. With your second set, thin each color with one teaspoon of water at a time. Often, one teaspoon is all it takes depending on how many times you’ve separated your icing. Now you have thick and thin versions of all the colors you need.

Tools – Trim one corner of a resealable bag and insert a #3 icing tip with a connector. Repeat this process for each of your colors (thin and thick). Then spoon each into a bag. (I always mark the thin bags so I don’t accidentally ruin a cookie by trying to trim it with the thin icing.)

Flooding technique – Now that your icing is prepped, take a cooled sugar cookie and pipe an outline around the shape. Allow it to set for 10 to 15 seconds and then you can flood the cookie with the thinner version of the color. While the flooded color is still wet pull it to the edges of the outline with a toothpick. You can even add a different thinned color to make polka dots or other designs. Doing it quickly will allow the second color to settle into the flooded color and dry flat. Allow the flooded colors to set for several minutes before adding any additional piping or layers to your design (like the flames). 

 Happy baking everyone!

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