Smitten Blog Design created this set of Lil’ Bird Birthday Party printables and has made them available for FREE!
Scroll through HERE (past this post) for more free birthday party printables.
Meg + Andy shows how you can put together a Fort Kit for $13! If you’re starting to make Christmas lists, this is an easy affordable idea.
Visit Delaware County Moms for a free printable alphabet. This could be used to make a custom Happy Birthday banner or as colorful ABC flash cards. I’m using it to help my son learn the letters in his name.
I found an awesome resource for free birthday party printables! Head over to Smitten Blog Designs to get free themed party packs, including:
Have a Rock Star Party with a free set of printables from Couture Parties. Look for the widget at the bottom of her post containing links to all the freebies.
Create your own Polka Dot Popsicle Party with a complete set of freebies from Party Box Designs.
Have the coolest pirate party ever with the huge set of freebies from Cottage Industrialist.
Have a free Lego party with freebies from Cleo Livin’
Have a Modern Robot Party with the free pack from Hostess Blog!
Eighteen25 has this free birthday printable in two different colors. Use it as frameable art or as a card.
One Charming Party has a tute for making Mini Pinatas – no paper mache required.
I like this version better than the traditional pinatas, because it doesn’t involve blindfolded candy-crazed kids wildly swinging baseball bats just a few feet away from a crowd of kids while momma stands on the sidelines envisioning ER visits, stitches and plastic surgery.
Not that I’ve ever done that.