Clothespin Airplanes {Party Favors}

 Reed just turned three over the weekend!  {tear}  Where does the time go?
 
Ever since we went on the “hairplane with PaPa” this summer {yes, that’s how he pronounces it}, Reed has been talking about an airplane themed party.  I scoured Pinterest for ideas and saw these adorable clothespin airplanes from Oriental Trading and thought they would be perfect for party favors.  But they didn’t have them in the colors I wanted so I decided to improvise.  

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  1. So cute–my son would love these–and I even have all the supplies to make them today!

  2. They are so cute! What a great idea to use them to hold little thank yous!

  3. Where does the time go?! I can’t wait to see the entire party!!

  4. Such a classic, lovely, vintage feel! LOVE!! Pinning!

    <3 Christina at I Gotta Create!
    Come {link} party with the Wildly Original Crowd.

  5. These are awesome! I think this is something I can have my husband do with the boys. LOVE IT! Following you on rss now!

  6. This is such a great idea. My 2 1/2 yr old is OBSESSED with airplanes right now… especially the kind that has a “propeller on it!” I think I will try to make these with him tomorrow as we will both be home all day. He can paint the pieces while I will assemble. I think I’ll have to experiment with finding a small screw to attach the propeller as I know Eli will just have to spin it! Wish me luck with making that work! Thank you so much for this idea!

  7. What a cute idea this is! My husband loves old planes–I bet he would get a kick out of these if I used them to decorate a place setting :)

  8. Oh my goodness, I *LOVE* these. Have pinned this post. (Dropping by from the Happy Hour link party).

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  10. These are so great! They are the perfect craft for kids…I think even my 13 year old son *might* make one…he’d try to add a motor to it, too, but still :D

    I’d love it if you’d stop by and share it at my linky party: http://www.twokidscooking.com/2012/11/sunday-show-and-tell-week-9/

    Hope you stop by and share!

    Kelly

  11. I just love these. I can see them being used for a party as hanging decorations. They are so easy and cute to make, thanks for sharing.

  12. These are so smart and CUTE! My little group of kids would have a blast making these too. Thanks for the fun idea!

  13. So adorable! I love this idea!

  14. Your link-up over at TT&J caught me eye! What a wonderful project. Love the colors too! Pinning!

    Best,
    Jenn/Rook No. 17

  15. I love this! I have little boys, so this would be the perfect homemade stocking stuffer. Thanks for sharing!

  16. Elizabeth says:

    Great idea my kids would love make the planes.

  17. Lindsay says:

    The picture that shows what you need “to make one airplane” says 4 mini craft sticks but when I look at the pictures of the ones you made, I only see 2 mini craft sticks?

    • Jill @ Create.Craft.Love. says:

      Wow! Great catch! That post has been live for almost 2 years and no one has said anything! Yes – it only needs 2 mini craft sticks. Thanks for the heads up!

  18. I love these, they look like such fun party favors. I wish I saw them earlier for my son’s birthday party, but I’ve shared with my followers for their parties. Thanks for sharing!

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