I am hard at work putting the finishing touches on The Wizard of Oz birthday party. The house has started to transform into Munchkin-land...it's actually really neat looking:o)
Since I am on a strict budget right now, I am trying to come up with inexpensive and free favors.
I am not usually one for handing out coloring books, but most of the girls attending love to color.
I found a site, Kids-n-Fun.com, that has a great selection of W.o.O. color sheets. I copied and pasted them in Publisher to turn them into a mini color book.
Here's how I did it.
Supplies you need:
Blue & white gingham paper cut into 9.25"x6" sheets(folded in half)
Print outs of Pages 1, 2 & Cover
Double sided tape
Start out by printing your color sheets. To make them double sided, I printed page 1 first. I then laid the printed side UP into the printer with the Tin Man going in first...see pic below...& then printed page 2.
Once you have printed your pictures, fold into quarters with Dorothy being the first.
Now trim very carefully across the top of the folds.
Make sure to leave just a snippet in the very center..this will make it easier to keep everything in line when sewing the seam.
Now fold it back in place. Line the middle seam of the gingham paper and the middle seam of the color sheets together, and run a basting stitch down the center.
It should look a little something like this.
Adhere the Cover to the front, and you're done!
A quick, easy & super inexpensive party favor.
I'll share their goody baskets very soon..they are adorable!!
To download each page, click on the links below.