January 11, 2011

Groovy Kind Of Love

Just when you think you've seen everything, something like this comes along and makes you think "why didn't I think of that?" and "Abigail is lucky she is so awesome because I'm tempted to not like her right now." Maybe that last part is just me.

That would be Abigail of Paper&Cake and creator of this totally groovy printable collection that is perfect for a birthday, sleepover or a Valentine's full of love and peace.

I mean, really, have you ever? This looks like a preteen or teen dream party. The bold colors and graphic designs just pop off of that white. Why not throw a Valentine dress-up party for the little girls in your life? They would LOVE you for it.

Birthdays, too, of course. I mean Paper & Cake has already done so much of the work for you. The treat bags alone are almost too much for me to handle.

You add in popcorn boxes, toppers, that to die for banner, labels and everything else in this collection and you've got quite a fantastic flashback happening here.
Visit Paper&Cake for even more pictures and to get your own Peace Love printable collection.

Word has is that Abigail and I will finally get to meet in San Diego for the Operation Shower event coming up and that if a mere 3 people leave her a comment on her blog or Facebook page saying they saw this here, that she will volunteer to cut my meat for me at dinner.

I realize that makes sense to no one else but Abigail so trust that it is the funniest thing you have ever or will ever read. : )


HiLLjO said...

Those colors are amazing! It's all so uniform but still really fun and totally cute! This would be amazing in lots of different color schemes.

Setting the Mood said...

This is sooo great!!

abigail @ Paper and Cake said...

you are the only person who has made me laugh so hard i cried this early in the morning! thanks for this :)

Sandi said...

this is awesome!! I agree - a preteen's dream!

Lissa (The Wedding Bistro at Bellenza) said...

Came across this fantastic party set-up at Paper & Cake, too, and was totally smitten! Isn't it so fun and retro (I hope today's kids know that's a Peace symbol!)? Kudos to Abigail and thank you for posting this.