Pirate Birthday Party Fun! Arrrgh You Excited?

I love to plan my son’s birthday parties.  Although it is not teaching related, I do like to get crafty!  I found a lot of the ideas I used from Pinterest, and I made a lot of the materials using clipart and fonts I created!  I decided to go with a pirate theme when I was doing some after Christmas sale shopping and found pirate themed invitations for $1, napkins for $0.50, and a happy birthday banner for $1.50 all on clearance at target.

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Then I created pirate cupcake toppers with a pirate face on the front and skull and bones on the back.  I printed them in color, and glued them on cardstock with a toothpick.

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Then I created some signs to decorate the doors and house.  🙂

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I also made little food labels with fun pirate themed names which I found on Pinterest.

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I also made little label to put on the party favor bags. I found the blue and white twine in the dollar bins at Michael’s.

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I had so much fun with this!  Here are a couple more fun pics.

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Here is the file I created.  The posters say my son’s name but hopefully you can use everything else!

PIRATE BDAY STUFF

“I waited patiently for the Lord; he inclined to me and heard my cry.”

(Psalms 40: 1)

Teachers Pay Teachers Appreciation SALE: May 6 & 7

National Teacher Appreciation Week is May 5-9!  To celebrate, Teachers pay Teachers is throwing a Teacher Appreciation Sale Tuesday May 6th and Wednesday May 7th.  I will be running a sale in my store offering 15% off.  Use the promo code TPTXO to receive additional savings offered through the website!

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Thank you teachers for everything you do.  Please check out my many freebies in my store, my gift to you.

With teacher love and appreciation,

Courtney