This is how the look folded up for the envelope and then they just unfold when you open it.
I always like to display old pictures at birthday parties. It is fun for guests to see and for mommy to remember! I made these generic birthday (not train) so I can use them again! These were raw wood from Micheal's and cost me .99 cents!!
This little train was raw wood from Michael's... and again each piece was .99 cents! I painted it black and the covered it with bright paper and glued buttons on the wheels. Mike still plays with this... made me think it would be a great handmade birthday gift for his friends!
Every party needs treat bags. I had this old tin bucket and left over vinyl to trace the engine. The three is a sticker. I like the fact that the vinyl peels right off- so I can keep using the bucket.
I was so happy with how these turned out. I used the Circut to cut two of the spiky circles, a punch to make the white circles, and the train punch is from the Martha Stewart collection at Michael's. I also used these to top the toothpicks for the mini sandwiches- cute!