Heidi Swapp Sugar Chic Inspired Birthday Party

So for my daughters 6th birthday I wanted to use just one paper pad to make decorations, invites etc.
So I choose to use the Heidi Swapp Sugar Chic Paper Stack.
It was perfect & my daughter and I just loved it.
So we used two pads to make everything.
My daughters favorite are the leopard prints.

This medallion collage on the wall over the food used 34 sheets of paper.
the largest measured approximately 24" across and used 8 full sheets of paper.

Here is the simple food table
I got those cute popcorn holders & cupcake stand at Michael's in the Fun Find & Wilton sections.
I had to cut them down because they were a bit larger than I expected.
I got the plates and napkins at target and just mixed a bunch of designs.
The candied popcorn was made using blue Wilton Candy melts and Bright Pink sugar crytals.
Which was great sprinkled together because it made some purple.
to make these all you need is plain popcorn, a bag of candy melts and sprinkles of your choice.
Mix your popcorn in to the melted candy then just add sprinkles. It was a hit at the party.
Oh did I mention we had the party at Michael's in the classroom.
(remember I work there! lol)
So for the banner I used something like 30 sheets of paper cut into simple rectangles and strung onto some satin cording. I sprayed the backs of the paper with Heidi Swapp's Color Shine sprays.
I put boas I bought at Target on clearance on the backs of all the chairs.
And decorated the table with a simple blue table cloth, goody bags from the Easter selection at Michaels and flower tins with fake daisies also sprayed with color shine to change the colors.
My mom and I were very inky for days...lol.
Oh and almost forgot there is pom poms in the background made with this great tissue paper found at Michaels .
I cut these cute little glasses on my cricut so kids could take cute pictures.
(i forgot to do it though....ergh)

Here is the Birthday girls decked out in her Birthday Crown.

Even the guests matched the decorations....love it!
The girls had a ball making jewelry and the boys made trains.