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Back-to-School Party Printables (for Adults!)

Hi all! Chelsea here from Lovely Indeed, about to hit you with a dose of reality. We know that you love your little ones with all of your might, but you have to admit that back-to-school time is just a little bit exciting. After a long summer of quality time, you may be ready to wave goodbye to your kiddos for a few hours as they hop on the school bus, and enjoy a little time in a quiet house. Anyone? Anyone? Well folks, have I got a project for you!  This one’s easy as can be. It’s a Back-to-School Party for the big kids!

Just for you, Super Moms and Super Dads, I’ve made a free printable party! All you have do to is click here to download, print, and cut it out. After that, grab some lollipop sticks, toothpicks, or swizzle sticks and attach the small flags by folding them over and affixing them on their inside with double-sided tape. For the t.g.i.b.t.s (Thank Goodness It’s Back-to-School!) banner, fold the flags over some string, twine, or ribbon, and affix on the inside with double-sided tape as well.

The banner can go on a wall, on the front of a table, or over a doorway. For the little flags, pop them in your drinks as drink markers, use them as cupcake toppers, or plant them in some finger sandwiches to jazz things up. Have a little giggle with your hardworking mom and dad buddies, and celebrate that you made it through the summer in one piece! Cheers to all you amazing parents! xoxo

{Photos by Lovely Indeed for The Sweetest Occasion.}

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chelsea

Sunday 18th of December 2011

It's called Nouvelle Vague. :)

carol

Saturday 17th of December 2011

whats the name of the font? i love it

eileen

Tuesday 6th of September 2011

i am having one of these parties tomorrow morning!!!

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Friday 19th of August 2011

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Ellie

Thursday 18th of August 2011

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