I’ve been waiting a long time to share my new pirate birthday party ideas with you and I’m so excited!
BUT, just before his real birthday party we had to create a new printable pirate party collection (two collections in the shoppe, pirate ship and pirate skull) to use.
It was an awesomely hot day (pushing 95), but we all survived and the kids did have a ton of fun! You can see more of my new pirate party supplies by visiting the shoppe, as well as my blog posts: pirate party photo props, monogrammed pirate t-shirts, pirate ship and pirate skull cookies and more will be posted in my pirate category! Join me on facebook, sign-up for my daily feedburner e-mail (box in the right navigation), follow me on twitter and pinterest. This peg board was actually an ugly black plastic peg board from Walmart that was around $6. This is one of my favorites, just an old cookie sheet I picked up at a yard sale for only $.50 and turned it into a DIY magnetic board.
This spray painted camera is a little bit different as it’s not really an organizational piece but it is cute decor.
En plein dans les preparatifs d’une pirate party, voici le premier accessoire indispensable a la fete: le chapeau pirate! Il suffit d’avoir de la feutrine, de la vielle dentelle et une plume d’autruche! Merci pour cette belle idee et quand je serai en vacances j’essayerai c’est sur !!!

Enter your email address to subscribe to Paris-Bourke and receive notifications of news by email. When the ping pong balls would get stuck, he found a way to push them through using his tinker toys.
My youngest fell in love with the thought of pirates this past Spring, yep, a year ago, when Disney’s Jake and The Neverland Pirates premiered.
And since we were making a new collection that also meant we had to shoot the new collection. Measure the length needed for the eye patch, draw the outline for the patch on a piece of black felt and cut out the eye patch. I remembered seeing this one on Pinterest, so I emailed a picture of it to my husband and asked if he would pick up a few cardboard boxes on his way home from work. These boys are so blessed to have a creative Daddy. He really enjoyed this game and it was a great way to squeeze in a little number learning for the day, since we ditched our lesson plans in favor of creative play. So I called my talented friend Angie of Angie Arthur Photography and a few other friends, which I’ll share over the next few days, and I styled a very fun pirate party on the shore of a local lake with ships in the background. The colors I used were Rustoleum Fusion Berry Pink, Rusteoleum Fusion Yellow and Krylon Gum Drop. I then added some vinyl cuts from the silhouette and turned some of my Target Dollar Spot clothes pins into magnets. I found it at Goodwill for around $1, it’s just an old film camera, nothing too fancy but I loved the lens dimension on it.

It’s the perfect addition to our pirate ship birthday party or pirate skull birthday party theme.
I made a few knots on the other end, but when Little Man showed us that he could successfully pull the knots through the hole, I pinched a binder clip over the knot. Daddy is building built-in shelves, but there are some big brothers who are famous in these parts for showing some cardboard and duct tape love.
The skull cap will adhere to the paper and come right off when the kiddos are ready to eat them!
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I try to say I’m not a hoarder when it comes to my creative room but who am I kidding, I have way too much stuff!

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