At first glance the food for my son’s winter-themed birthday party seemed like just typical, easy-to-prepare comfort food. BUT, with the addition of some clever signage, the theme of the meal was clear.
I wanted to have some easy signs for the food, and I was able to put them together quickly using a few great adhesive tools provided by Aleene’s. Aleene’s sent me some of their dry adhesives to try out, but you can buy yours at Michael’s or online at ILoveToCreate.com.
To make Easy Party Food Signs, you will need:
a package of dollar store cards
dollar store gift tags
Aleene’s adhesive glue roller and glue dots
marker or gel pen
I layered a few pieces of Martha Stewart Christmas scrapbook paper using the adhesive tape runner. A couple of quick swipes of the runner and the glue was set.
Instead of trying to cut perfectly straight corners and folding paper to make standing signs, I just bought a package of Christmas cards at the dollar store.
I used the clear adhesive dots to make sure I placed the scrapbook paper in just the right spot.
As a final embellishment, I used more glue dots to place a glittery dollar store gift tag on each sign.
All I had to do was write the name of each item on the scrapbook paper and prop up the cards. Easiest food signage ever!
Check back next week for the whole Winter Birthday Party menu!
This post is part of a sponsored campaign on behalf of I Love to Create and Aleene’s. The supplies for this project were provided by I Love to Create. All opinions are 100% my own. Find my FTC disclosure here.