Burger is such a simple and laid back food that you can have any day with your friends. These days, everyone can have a burger! From crumbed mushroom burgers for the vegie-lovers, to Naked Burgers for the gluten-intolerant. Even when you’re on a certain diet, you are still able to have a burger. I have tried many kinds of burger variations, and I actually like them all.
A brand new burger joint has just opened in my city, and it’s already creating a buzz. I cannot wait to invite my friends to hangout with me and grab a burger with fries on the side.
I hope that you enjoy making these Let’s Grab A Burger invitation templates as much as you’re going to enjoy your burger!
Do you have a favourite type of burger? Share with me in the comments section. And here’s the download link for your Burger Invitation template:
Watch the video for instructions to assemble this template. Don’t forget to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE to my Youtube channel!
After my winter themed Smitten Mitten bookmark printable a few weeks ago, I wanted to create something for you guys on the other side of the world who are most likely welcoming the sunny summer days.
Enjoy your Summer days, stay safe, and don’t forget to wear sunblock!
Moms are the queen of our hearts. That is why they deserve a special treat on Mother’s day that’s just around the corner (May 10th to be exact!)
This special Mother’s Day printable is created by Helen Cheung, a graphic designer and creator of PartiArti. Imagine how cute they would look on a home made apple pie for mom (or store-bought ones are okay too, I don’t judge).
You could also surprise mom with breakfast in bed. It doesn’t matter whether your spelling is Mum or Mom, because we have them both!
Grab your Mother’s Day Food Toppers from the download link below. Don’t forget to follow PartiArti on Facebook and Instagram, and check out her shop for more Pop culture inspired party goodies!
If you like this post, you should check out another cute printable for Mother’s Day on this blog: Fruit and Veg Printable Recipe Cards
In case you didn’t know from the announcement on my instagram account, my DIY Fruit Coasters was featured in Nest Magazine’s first issue. Nest is a new publication that runs on the reverse of already popular RELAX publication that comes with The Canberra Times Sunday paper. I am delighted to be featured again inside the new Nest publication issued today with a printable exclusively designed for the publication. If you’re in Canberra, make sure to check out the article inside Nest, published today April 26th.
I hope that these printable Pink Flamingos will cheer up your Sunday and weeks ahead! You can download more Pink Flamingos printable templates here:
This year, Chinese New Year falls on February 19th (3 days away!). Since this is such a last minute printable, I thought I’ll keep it neutral so that you can use this all year round. Plus, you may learn something cool if you don’t know how to do it yet – your own DIY scratchie cards.
Making your own scratchies, or scratch-off cards is actually really simple. First, you need to print out your cards (download link is at the end of this post), and write your fortune/wishes/message on it.
These cards would be very cool as a pre-surprise message (i.e, write “you will get your dream car” just before you reveal that you’re actually getting someone a car. Woot!), or just to wish them luck on something they’ve been working on.
And then, prepare your mixture of two parts acrylic paint for every one part dish washing detergent. You may use any acrylic paint colour. But since we’re on the Chinese New Year luck & fortune theme, I decided to go with my gold acrylic paint.
Mix them slowly until well combined. Don’t stir too vigorously as you don’t want them to get lots of air bubbles.
Cover the area where you write your message with clear packing tape.
Paint on the coin/message area using thin and even layer, allowing to dry between coats. Continue painting until they are all covered. Make sure they are really dry. I actually left them overnight.
When your scratchie fortune cards are ready, put them inside red packets or mini envelopes, such as these printable CNY Red Packets I did for 2013, or the pretty Shabby Chic CNY packets I did for 2014.
Maneki Neko and Daruma are two symbols of good luck. Maneki Neko (Beckoning cats) is a very popular fortune and good luck symbol in Chinese and Japanese tradition, while the Daruma is a symbol of perseverance and good luck. So even if you’re not celebrating Chinese New Year, you can always give them out to someone who’s in need for some encouragement.
Here’s the link to download your DIY Scratchie Fortune Cards
If you like this printable, why don’t you check out this post as well: Printable Shabby Chic CNY Packets
In case you don’t know, today we are celebrating Umbrella Day. Even though I am not sure why we need to dedicate a special day for Umbrellas, but I am grateful for their existence. Without them, what is going to cover us from horrible weather? And also, umbrellas make our drinks more pretty.
I have created these umbrella drink stirrers for A Subtle Revelry, a popular printable and DIY website based in the U.S.