A John Deere and a Two Year Old

My sweet granddaughter, Pais’lee Mae, turned two and we decided to have a John Deere party because she loves to ride with her papa on his.  We kept the traditional green and yellow colors and added the pink which really looked good together (just in case you were wondering).  My favorite part was making her sweet little party outfit complete with a hat headband that she wore for about 3 seconds.  I should have taken the pictures before she played her heart out, gotten dirty and beyond exhausted but….

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The skirt was made with strips of John Deere and coordinating fabric.  I cut the tractor out of the leftover fabric and cut the “2” and the bottom layer of the flowers freehand from pink fabric, then fused them to the shirt.  I added glitter fabric paint to the tractor and found some flowers to go over the fabric ones to give it dimension. 

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For the hat, i purchased the pink headband, found this cute little straw hat at a thrift store and added ribbons and a flower.

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For the little girl favors, i had a friend make these adorable headbands and we purchased a green and yellow nail polish for each set.  We then put it all in a mason jar and decorated the jar.

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For the boys, we got creative lazy and decided that a farm set would be enjoyed the most.

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Won this cute John Deere truck at an auction and used for color coordinated mints….cute, huh!

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Our veggie garden!

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Fresh picked berries…not really…ha…fresh purchased!

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And the adorable cake!!

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Backdrop was made this time just using colored duct tape with a color block pattern.

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We even had a  tractor balloon sculpture made but i don’t think anyone got a picture of it in its entirety but here are some adorable shots of some of the guests playing with and in it….

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