It's amazing how simple little details can really "make" a party...but man, some of those little details get expensive! There are hundreds of darling printables out there for sale, but all those costs add up! You all know I'm a crazy DIYer, so for my daughter's western-themed first birthday, I designed these printable labels for the food we were serving from the chuck wagon (aka food table).
I had fun designing them, and want to offer them to you, my fabulous readers, for free. I'm all about inspiring people to do things on their own and doing them cheaply.
Feel free to use these printables for your own Western themed party! (I'm even including a blank one that you can add your own lettering to. Just save the image and open it up in PicMonkey; I used their "Rye" font.)
To use these at my daughter's party, I printed them out four to a page.
I cut out the labels right around the bandana border.
Then I tore pieces of brown paper bags slightly larger than the cut out labels.
To finish them up, I glued the label in the center of the brown paper.
Ta-da! Easy, darling, and--are you ready for this price breakdown?--FREE! Unless you count the few cents you're spending on paper, ink, and glue. ;) Even still, it's super cheap!
For a wonderful list of cute ideas for Western-themed food names, check out this blog post by Chickabug!
To download the images, right-click on the image and then select "Save Image As".
Cow Patties (aka hamburger patties or no-bake cookies)
Lil' Doggies (aka hot dogs or little smokies)
Fixin's (aka condiments)
Hay Bales (aka Rice Krispy Treats)
Chicken Feed (aka Chex mix or trail mix)
Calico Cole Slaw
Cowboy Cake (scroll to next image for Cowgirl Cake)
Cowgirl Cake (scroll to previous image for Cowboy Cake)
Cactus Juice (aka water, juice, etc.)
Berry Patch (aka fruit plate)
Veggie Patch (aka vegetable tray)
Spuds (aka chips or French fries)
Pitchforks and Shovels (aka forks and spoons)
Blank Printable--let your imagination run wild! As I mentioned above, download the blank printable and open it in PicMonkey, and then use their "Rye" font and it will match the others perfectly. :)
I hope you like the printables; if you use them, I would sure love to see pictures of your party! Stay tuned for more posts on throwing a cheap DIY Western party!
In case you missed them, you might enjoy the other posts in this series:
Western Party Overview
50 cent DIY western invitations
Free printable western pennant banner
Tutorial on making a bandana skirt
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