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soulfiresgrace
« on: March 28, 2012 08:28:20 AM »

Hello everyone!! I am in need of a big favor! I am helping put togather a baby shower and the theme is monster on the way. I am making all the decorations,favors,food and everything else by hand on a very tight budget. I want to make a banner for behind the table that says "monster on the way" here is where the favor comes in. As I am doing everything else and it it taking forever I was wondering if any one with a  cricut would be willing to cut the letters for me so I dont have to do it by hand.  I tried in my area and no takers lol. after the party the banner will be taken apart and turned into a sign for the baby's nursery as a gift to the mother the nursery is going to be monsters also. If you are willing to help me out please contact me. any help would greatly apperciated by myself and the mother.
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richardm
« Reply #1 on: July 09, 2012 08:52:10 AM »

Am I too late for the baby shower?  Huh Well, I hope not, but if I am late then you can use this idea for next time.  Buy some supplies (like Alacraft), gather five kids, distribute the letters needed and tell them to make and decorate each letter using only the supplies you will give them. Then string them together.  Later you can bind them as background for the baby's first scrapbook. OK.
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