Fawn: Pastel Pumpkin Party


Thursday, October 5, 2017

Pastel Pumpkin Party

This review is based strictly on my opinion. I was provided the sample free of charge by Oriental Trading and Cricut to provide my honest review. No other type of compensation was received. All ideas and opinions are my own.

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 Today I'd love to share an unconventional Halloween party...pastel pumpkins!  When you think of All Hallow's Eve, you probably don't think of soft pastels.  Why not mix things up a bit and throw a pastel pumpkin party for the kids! This is especially fun for a not-so-spooky Halloween party for little ones. 

Pastel balloons came to life by adding happy jack o' lantern faces cut out of  black vinyl using my Cricut Maker. Aren't they just the cutest?

Kids and slime go hand in hand. Who doesn't love to squish that ooey gooey sludge between their fingers? I think it's the perfect Halloween favor and the kids certainly agree!  I made some pastel slime and put them inside clear round favor containers. Making the cute jack o' lantern faces out of vinyl was so easy using my Cricut Maker.

DIY Decorative Ceramic Pumpkins were painted in pastel blues and pinks and topped with a sprinkle of confetti. Did I mention I made the confetti using my Cricut Maker? It was so quick and easy to cut out hundreds of tiny tissue circles in the color palette of the party.

Leigh from Baby Gabey Cookies made the sweetest pastel candy corn cookies that delighted the little guests. And if you're ever wondering if they taste as good as they look...yes, yes they do! 

Pastel favor pails were filled to the brim with candy corn and mini pink lollipops. I found a cute ghost image in Cricut Design Space and cut them out using silver glitter vinyl.

These holographic pumpkin canvases took minutes to put together and I love how they turned out! I used DIY canvases and cut out jack o' lanterns using Cricut Design Space. The holographic vinyl adhered easily to the canvas and it removes easily in case you'd like to reuse the canvases for a future project. 

Put on your dancin' shoes! How fun is this shirt?
 Make easy and inexpensive t-shirt favors for the kids that will get everyone in the party mood! 
I found plain white t-shirts at Michaels for a few dollars and used my Cricut Maker and Design Space to cut out the foil iron-on images. The images transferred flawlessly using my Cricut Easy Press and took seconds to make.  Don't forget to make one for yourself! 

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  1. This is so so adorable!! I love everything!

  2. Oh my goodness - I'm loving this pastel Halloween party and I must find out how to make that shirt - my youngest is obsessed with that song - but I don't have a cricut - guess I better cross my fingers and enter the giveaway :)

  3. LOVE this, Rach! That slime was a fabulous idea, and I'm obsessed with the little shirt you made A! :)