OK, I am one for details so here they are, in brief!!
Plain white paper bags from Lombards.
Then I scanned and enlarged the image that Martha provided on this page, printed, cut and glued onto the party bags.
Added googly eyes - of course!
Added a coloured paper collar and used a paper punch to cut a circle onto which I wrote the name of each guest to look like a dog tag.
Each doggy bag had a variety of items in it including these dog bone-shaped treats that I put into plastic bags and created a label for in Pages (Mac program).
I printed them onto 200gsm card and stapled them onto the bags.
They came from Oriental Trading.
|These are fun and colourful but oh so sweet!|
|A huge litter of Kitty-Kats|
|Something to keep all little animals amused!|
They were all individually bagged with a ribbon tied around them.
Bakerella is the clever lady behind these - find out how to make them here.
|Red velvet cake and white chocolate with milk chocolate ears and a red Lifesaver|
|The kids stuck these down with the help of Mr Rat - it's good to give the kids jobs to do on the day!|
I like silly little labels on the food - the kids invariably don't get them but again, it amuses me!
Pup corn - though I did enjoy it when one guest referred to it as 'poop corn'.
In little cupcake cups for ease of serving.
Bunny bread - simple fairy bread cut with a small bunny cutter that I picked up at Daiso.
These ones required more actual baking!
Sugar cookies using Martha's recipe and covered with Royal icing and assorted sprinkles.
Also made them with a cat cutter - but they were odd looking cats I have to say!!!
Go, Dogs, Go - the old teddies in racing cars but we used Spotty Dog biscuits.
And just to give you perspective on the size of Miss G's special kitty - here she is holding it up.
It doubled as her birthday card too.
So that's a wrap I think - for another two years anyway!
What about you, are you a sucker for a good party??