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Halloween Flash Sale + Giveaway Winner

We’ve got a few remaining non-personalized Halloween Stickers and Tags on Sale on our Facebook page! Only $6 for a set of 12 with FREE shipping!

Halloween Tags & Stickers

Also, a BIG congratulations to Kelly Caldwell for winning our Coton Colors Giveaway! She’s the winner of a $50 Gift Card to Coton Colors. For those of you who still need some cute Halloween goodies for your home, check out their website today for 50% off their Halloween products, just use code SKULLY at checkout!

One more thing, today is the last day to order personalized Halloween Tags & Stickers from our website for guaranteed Pre-Halloween delivery! Happy Shopping!

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Easter Goodies


HollyDays Easter Tags and Easter Stickers

Our Easter tags and stickers are on our website!

I love our simple, classic and cute designs for this holiday! Easter is coming up quickly, March 31, so be sure to place your order soon to get them in time to give out to classmates, friends & family! SHOP HERE

 

HollyDays Easter Tags and Easter Stickers

Happy Shopping!

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Last Week to Order Halloween Stickers & Tags!

Halloween Stickers

Just a little reminder…

Halloween is only two weeks away!

Order your Halloween Stickers or Tags by the end of this week to make sure
you receive them in time for Halloween Treat Giving and Trick-or-Treating!

Personalized Halloween Tags

We’re delivering some Halloween stickers & tags, treat bags & tiny chevron stickers and balloons today to Fireflies & Fairytales (Birmingham, AL). You can purchase the Halloween goodies starting today at the store and they’ll be available while quantities last until Halloween!

Here’s a special code for you!

FREE Shipping on orders $20+
Use code FREEOCT
(Valid through Oct. 20)

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A “Reel” Fun Birthday Party

My good friend, Donna, hosted her daughter’s 3rd birthday party at her house last weekend. It turned out so cute, but this was no surprise, she is very creative. It was a drive-in movie themed party complete with popcorn, candy and glow sticks.

Sticking with the theme, the party was BYOC, bring your own car. The kids were adorable lined up on their cars and bikes munching on popcorn and watching the movie. Everything was so cute it was hard to choose my favorite things, but here are a few highlights:

Drive-In Movie Party by HollyDays

The sign on the front door directed traffic to the back yard for the feature presentation. The party favors were boxes of movie candy with a custom film strip sticker that read, “Thanks for coming, it’s been REEL fun! Love, Avery”. In keeping with the theme the cupcakes were topped with marshmallows to look like little buckets of popcorn. The polka dot balloons stood in galvanized buckets full of popcorn and added a pop of color on the tables.

I just couldn’t resist posting this picture. I love seeing all the kids lined up munching on popcorn completely enthralled with the movie. You never would have known that five minutes before they were running around the yard pumped full of cupcakes and Capri-Suns. This is my goal for our next birthday party!

Invitations, cupcake wrappers, birthday banner, food labels, custom favor stickers, and polka dot balloons by HollyDays.

Cupcakes by Donna Franklin (Avery’s Mommy)

 

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Halloween Treats are on our Website!

Our Halloween Stickers, Tags, Invitations and Platters are on our website! We have cute designs that are great for Halloween treats for the kids, parties & gifts. Jen has some great creative Halloween treat ideas, too, coming next week on our blog!

Go HERE to shop our Halloween goodies!

Have a great weekend!

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Hippity Hoppity Easter Party

Hippity hoppity, Easter is on its way and with Jen’s little boy’s birthday falling on Easter weekend this year, she decided to have an Easter Egg Hunt birthday for him. It was so cute and may give you some inspiration for your Easter egg hunt this weekend…

Here’s the party story as told by Jen:

I loved the way it turned out, it was so fresh looking with the colors and gingham!

I found some chalk eggs in a plastic egg carton for the favors and we made custom favor stickers to put on top.

The kids lunches were served  in a gable box to make it as simple as possible, they can just plop down and eat. We served egg shaped PB&J (in the gingham bag), Goldfish, a Buddy Fruit and juice box.

We had the buckets to use for the egg hunt.

Striped straws just make everything cuter!

The adults snacked on some veggies, potato salad, and mini ham sandwiches on sweet potato biscuits. Then we all shared some Easter bunny cupcakes for dessert along with haystacks made to look like birds nests.

Some of the kids enjoying the egg hunt

Happy 2nd Birthday Tucker!

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Parade Party {Part 1}

I am so excited to share pictures from my daughter’s 2nd Birthday Party!  You may have seen our previous post about the party goods.  Here they are in use!  You can click on the photos to view a larger version.  I am going to have a couple different posts with the photos, so there will be more photos to come… and now for Karidyn’s 2nd Birthday Parade…  {We had her party at a local park because of their wonderful sidewalk that was perfect for our parade.}

 

{Dessert Table}
Cupcakes, Cake Pops, Chocolate Dipped Marshmallows, Pop Corn, Cotton Candy & Sixlets

{The Birthday Girl’s Parade “Float”} — “I’m 2 Today!”

{Parade Sign} — Used in the parade (photos to come in upcoming post)

{Fun colored drinks with cute striped straws!}

{Water bottles with our water bottle labels}

{Juice boxes for the kids}

{Cupcakes with our cupcake wrappers and cupcake toppers}

{White Chocolate Dipped Marshmallows & our food labels}

{Cotton Candy tied with Bakers Twine}

{Yummy Sixlets}


That is all for today!  I’ll be sharing more photos soon of the party details, decorations and the parade!

If you would like any information about the products shown in the photos, please contact us for pricing/info.  Happy Party Planning!

 

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Dog-gone Fun!

Tucker’s first birthday party was paws-a-tivly perfect! (In large part because of HollyDays) For those of you who did not get a chance to read a previous post, I am Jennifer, the newest employee at HollyDays. We recently celebrated my son’s first birthday, and I am thrilled to write my first post on the blog and share with you all the fun we had. (You can click on the pictures to view larger versions.)

{The Invitation}

I saw the whale invitation Holly had designed for a children’s birthday party and used the layout as a basis for Tucker’s invitation. We just added the dog and changed the colors. I had so much fun brainstorming wording for the invitation and party supplies. I love plays on words, as you will see in some of the pictures below, they are always good for a little laugh.

{Party Favors aka Doggy Bags}

We gave the children large  sugar cookies in the shape of dog bones and tennis ball cake bites, in the event that they did not have enough sugar at the party.

{Favor Sign}

{Favor Tags}

The favor tags were enclosure cards that I attached to the brown bag with a clothespin.

{Birthday Banner}

HollyDays sells the polka dot balloons and I think they are so fun and different!

{The Birthday Boy’s Reserved Seating}

{Birthday Cake, Cupcakes and Cakebites, mmm!}

Hollydays created the brown and white striped cupcake wrappers to coordinate with the invitation and cake.

{Water Bottles}

{Water Bottle Labels}

The water bottle stickers are quick and easy way to add some fun to a party.

{Drinks}

{Food Labels}

Hot dogs, puppy chow, and Scooby Snacks were just a few of the items on the menu.

{Napkin Wrappers}

{Doggy Display}

{Outdoor Fun}

{Dog Ears}

My mom found some dog ears online for the kids to wear, they were adorable!

{Tucker with some of his best buddies}

{The Birthday Boy}

As you can see the party was dog-gone cute and fun!

Don’t forget to send us pictures of your party where you have used our products and we can post them for everyone to see!

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Colorful Cupcake Cutie

We’ve got a super cute party to show you today!  I was able to do party goods for a colorful cupcake first birthday party!  Ellasyn Claire’s Mommy, Lynsey, was so kind to share the photos with us.  Here are some of the pictures from the party!

Happy First Birthday Ellasyn Claire!

{The invitation}

{Address sticker}

{Thank you note cards}

{Favor stickers}

{Stickers for party decor}

Adorable cupcake cake!  By Edgars Bakery

Is this not the sweetest cake?!  It is Ellasyn Claire’s smash cake in the shape of a cupcake!

Lynsey used our stickers on bright card stock ruffle circles
and tied them with ribbons around the candy jars.

See our stickers on the cups!  I love the muti-colored cup stack!

Here are the cute party favors.

Thank you Ellasyn Claire for sharing pictures from your sweet first birthday party!

Hope you enjoyed the pictures!  The party was so adorable!


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Woodland Baby Shower

Recently, some friends of ours had a baby boy.  Before baby Ellis was born, we helped host a baby shower for the mommy and daddy-to-be, Troy and Brittany Johnson.  Ellis’s nursery is a woodland theme, so we decided to make the shower coordinate with his nursery.  Here’s what we came up with…

We had a table at the entrance with photos of the mommy & daddy-to-be clothes-pinned on jute across a vintage frame.  We also had the framed invitation and the favors on the table.

This is a wishing tree we made for Troy & Brittany.  Each guest could fill out a card for baby Ellis and hang it on the tree.

The cards had things on it like: “I hope you learn __________________”, “I hope you aren’t afraid __________________”, “I hope you love __________________”, “I hope you laugh __________________”, etc.

The couple has a great sense of humor, so to see what their friends wrote in the blanks was quite entertaining.  In this picture both of the grandmothers are laughing at some of the wishes on the cards.  (By the way, I sure hope I look as good as they do when I’m a grandmother!)

We used more vintage touches with Fenton glassware.  We used it on the wishing tree table and the dinner tables.

Here is an example of one of the arrangements on the dinner tables.  Weren’t they precious with the old blocks around them?  Oh, one thing we learned- if you are doing an event on Mother’s Day weekend, make sure you don’t just stop in for flowers.  The florist was almost out!  Good thing they had these that looked perfect in the vases.  Our friend Mary did all the centerpieces and she did great!  Under the vases were small “logs” cut from branches to add more of a “woodland” touch!

Here is the drink table.

We had water bottles that matched the invitations.

Each of the guests could take home a set of 12 note cards and a pencil in a neat little bag.  These were for the girls and the boys got a little more “manly” geometric design- no whimsical art for them!

Here is their coordinating thank you notes:

Here’s the mommy & daddy-to-be!  Of course, they are now proud parents of an adorable little boy.  As long as he turns out like his mom he’ll be ok!

We had such a great time planning and hosting this shower!  Hope you have a great weekend!


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