Unique Doc McStuffins Party Printables & Tips For Printing Your Own Party!

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If there’s one thing i’ve never liked about shopping online for printables, its not seeing the items printed and in action! If I can’t see what the finished product has the potential to look like, I may not buy the item. I want to SEE how great my party can become.

That’s why I’ve recently started taking professional photos of my most popular shop items - Doc McStuffins themed printables! I get a lot of requests for this theme and what has come from that, and my creative customers, are some really great and super unique printable options for your Doc McStuffins party or just for pretend play at home.

These Boo Boo Book, Wristbands, Boo Boo stickers, Doctor Badges, Thank You Cards, Favor Tags, Favor Boxes, and Cupcake Toppers are exclusive to Hilltop Custom Designs! You won’t find them anywhere else (and if you do, they’re knockoffs!). I was the first seller on Etsy to offer many of these unique and cute Doc themed items. Since then a lot of people have come along and tried to make duplicates, but in my very biased opinion, mine are still the best ;)

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So - let’s talk about some things you need to know about printing your own party...
  • White 8.5 x 11” card stock is recommended unless your item is in another size.
  • Circular or scalloped hole punches will save you TONS of time with cupcake toppers!
  • Dont want to print at home?? Use printing services like FedEx/Kinkos, Staples, or OfficeMax!
  • Items will always be a little less vibrant when printed, thats just the nature of viewing things on our new-age HD screens and having printers that dont exactly print in HD. (yet)
  • Scissors will be a huge part of the process, but dont get discouraged!
  • Kids love unique party favors that they can personalize, so printing things like Doctor Badges or Wristbands make everything a memorable experience for them
  • You dont have to go overboard! Sticking to a simple color theme (usually 2-4 colors) and having matching items makes all the difference. Your party will look professional this way and people will be sure to be impressed!!
I’ve been doing my children’s parties by myself via party printables for 2 years now and while it was daunting at first, i love it now! Sure, pre-made store bought stuff is easier but you won’t get the same effect! :)

DIY Picture Frame Bow Holder

Does your daughter have a TON of bows?? Mine does! This easy and very cheap DIY Project for a Picture Frame Bow Holder will solve a lot of your bow storage issues while making some insanely cute wall art for her bedroom or bathroom at the same time! 
Before we begin on the how-to section, let me start off by saying I spent approx. $5 making this project only because I did not already have ribbon or a frame that I wanted to use. I started by going to a  local flea market, and after some searching found this $2 picture frame and i knew immediately it was perfect for the style of bow holder I wanted to create. I then went to a local WalMart and bought 3 spools of ribbon, approx $1 each. The other items needed I already had at my home and some of you may have EVERYTHING you need already!

Time: 15 minutes
Cost: $0-$10
*Measurements for ribbon will depend on frame size.
  • Staple gun or glue gun
  • Ribbon 
  • Picture frame (any size)
  • Decorative accent for frame (optional)
  • Scissors
  1.  Grab a picture frame of any size. Remove the glass and any staples or nails from the frame itself
  2. Grab some ribbon, you can use any size or colors that you wish. I used 3 colors of ⅞” ribbon.
  3. Depending on the size of frame youre using, measure your ribbon so it is the same length as the frame (with a little left over). You will want your ribbon to run vertically (up and down) the frame.
  4. Now, using a staple gun or glue gun, arrange the ribbon horizontally along the BACK of the frame (the side that will face the wall). Staple or glue the ribbon strips into place leaving at least 1-2 inches between each ribbon. If you have large bows, space them further apart.
  5. Once the ribbon strips are in place on the frame and any glue is dry (if you used glue) get yourself a length of ribbon long enough to create a hanging device for the frame. Make a bow in the ribbon and add some hot glue to secure. Take the ends of the ribbon and staple or hot glue to the inside of the BACK of the frame (side that faces the wall)
  6. Trim any ribbon that may be showing, and add any jewels, flowers, or cute accents to the frame - optional of course! I used a white fabric flower with pearl accents in the top right corner.
  7. Add bows and you are FINISHED!

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