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FREE Ready To Pop Printable

Free Ready To Pop Printable

Are you planning a baby shower in the near future? Today, I have a free printable digital file download that would look great added to popcorn boxes or any favors and guest gifts at your baby shower- and its available in red or blue.  The FREE downloadable files are available below.

I also wanted to share all the new Halloween party decorations, favors, and home decor coming soon to my shops below.

Here is a sneak peak-

Bat favor boxes available at – The Party Fetti Shop

Halloween, Fall & Thanksgiving Home Decor Preview

Bedazzled pumpkins and skulls for classy Halloween decorating in the home. Thanksgiving place cards for the dining table all coming soon to my home decor shop.

Once Upon A Home Designs

Be sure to ♥ favorite ♥ my Etsy shops so you can be notified when new seasonal home decor is added.

If you are a maker or crafter yourself, stop by my craft supply store too. I am adding fresh seasonal supplies daily for all your fall projects.

Ready Set Craft Kits

Click on the links below to download your FREE printable Ready To Pop circles. Add them anywhere at your baby shower-

Click here – Red Ready To Pop Circles

Click here – Blue Ready To Pop Circles


Custom Party Decorations & FREE Party Printable


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Today, I will help you start planning your party with a FREE party planning checklist that you can print out and start getting ready for your stunning soiree!  See the FREE printable planning checklist below.

First, let’s talk about what is trending for birthday parties and baby showers right now?  Custom prints and personalized party decor! Oh sure, you could shop at that big box retail party store, but why? If you are planning ahead (by at least two full weeks to one month) for an upcoming birthday party, baby shower, wedding, or any celebration- why not order in custom or personalized party designs to coordinate to your party theme?!

Did you know that PINWHEEL PRETTIES offers prints in every party theme to coordinate to your event?  Every party you can dream up, we’ve got you covered!  Prints in every style are available for a Circus party, Under The Sea, Finding Dora, Rainbow, Polka Dots, and we’ll even help out with Disney themes too!  Some of our top request design are previewed below –

Personalized Party Decorations

Everything from flowers and birds to . . .

Paper Pinwheels

Rainbow brights and Dr. Seuss prints and more. . .

Summer Birthday Party

And some of our popular prints for summer are gingham, bumble bees, ladybugs, strawberry and cherry, and of course red, white and blue for 4th of July!  We also offer bunting and banners in custom prints as well as easy DIY kits here-


Paper Pinwheels

Rainbow Party

Or we offer stunning SOLID PINWHEELS in a mix of bright or pastel colors in any requested color scheme and size of pinwheels too!

Check out all our available designer custom made pinwheels in both our shops below –



Yes, we offer pinwheels for brides and their wedding decor too!

Pinwheel Arbor

 And now for the FREE printable party planner!  Snag your party planner by clicking the image below or the highlighted link below.


Click- HERE to download your free printable party planning checklist!

Thanks for stopping by and have a great week!

Jill Signature





Happy Friday!

Today I was inspired to create this subway art print from the enduring quote by Saint Basil.  I printed it and added it to a frame in my home- so I wanted to share it with you.

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Click HERE –


to download the FREE printable pdf version

Hope you have a wonderful weekend, filled with good deeds, courtesy, and love.

Jill Signature

Free 2016 Printable Calendar



We are absolutely loving this great idea from Ashley’s fun blog post! With the new year right around the corner, this is a creative way to remember events throughout the year. There is a FREE downloadable monthly calendar to use too for your monthly TO DO reminders or projects.  Or use it as a monthly birthday reminder.  Record all your friends and family member’s birthdays for the entire year and keep it handy to reference every month- so you never forget a birthday, anniversary, or other important event!

Celebrate each day of 2016 by capturing favorite moments from every day!  Enjoy this free printable!

Click the link below to download –

Best of My Days 2016


Christmas Wreath Decorations



Hope you all had a wonderful thanksgiving! At my house we started decorating for Christmas on Thanksgiving. Whether you have started or the idea sounds daunting we have fun ideas for you. Throughout the next few weeks we will share fun do it yourself decoration ideas!


Ornament Wreath How To

Supplies Needed:  Straw wreath form, hot glue gun/glue, Ornaments

Begin by hot gluing the large ornaments to the wreath form along the inside and outside edges of the wreath.

Then slowly layer the ornaments until the wreath is covered.  Once you have no more room for large ornaments fill in any gaps with the smaller ornaments.


Sweater Wreath How To

Start with your supplies –  All you need is an 18 inch styrofoam wreath and a sweater.

First you will need to cover the foam form with the sweater.  Cutting along the seam that would start at your armpit and go down your arm.

So now you need to glue it to your wreath form.  Lay the sweater right side down and glue a little bit at a time one edge on top of the other.

You will have an ugly seam at the bottom which you will hide with the felt flowers and there will be another seam at the top which you will hide with a sign.



Twine Star Wreath How To

Lay 10 wood shims on a flat surface in a star pattern. Arrange the shims so a thin end on one shim rests on the thick end of another.

At each place where the shims overlap, apply wood glue and press the shims together. Use weights, such as quart cans, to press the wood pieces together for two hours.

Start at one point on the star and wrap twine around the frame until you reach the opposite side. Avoid putting too much tension on the twine. Keep the twine from slipping off by dabbing hot glue on strands at the back of the star.

Cut a piece of twine about 8 inches long and tie a loop in the center.

On the back of the star along one of the five points near the base, glue one loose end from the loop to each shim to hang the ornament.

Thanks again for stopping by Party Fetti, stay tuned for more Christmas ideas!