Fun kitchen art, a good cause, and amazing bloggers.
***Update: Though the bake sale is over, you can still help! Head over to my Etsy shop to download this print, and 100% of the profit will go to Kate and her family!!****
A few weeks ago, I got an email from one of my blogging buddies, Carrie, The Frugal Foodie Mama. She was asking for a favor. I'm really used to that from fellow bloggers. It's one of my favorite parts about the blogging community, helping each other out. But, the favor wasn't for her. It was for a friend, Kate.
Make an original photo invitation and save a little cash!
I don't think it's a secret at this point that I'm kind of a control freak. And I'm okay with it if you want to take control out of that last sentence.
So when it comes to birthday parties, I go big, and I go perfect. Okay, who are we kidding? There's nothing ever perfect about a kid's birthday party, but I like to pretend.
So if you've ever gone to a photo website to try to upload some pictures and create a photo invitation for your kids birthday party only to find that none of them really fit what you want to do, then I'm your gal.
Besides, when you do them yourself, you can print the exact amount you want for a low price. For example, one photo printing store sells a set of 20 for $15. At the same photo printing store you can buy 20 4x6 cards that you made yourself, exactly as you wanted, for $3.80. Nice, eh?
Today I have a huge treat for you! Amy from One Artsy Mama is here to share a craft with you. If I am a wannabe crafty mom, Amy is a for real crafty mom, and I'm so happy she's here! Thanks Amy for sharing!
Be sure to head over to Amy's blog, see all the amazing things she has to create, and check out the recipe I'm sharing with her readers today.