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Tool Party

  My sweet Jack turned 3 last month and a tool party was the perfect celebration.  He is OBSESSED with tools. If you've met him, you were probably annoyed at how many times he asked about your tools or to look in your garage/tool box or told you 2684 times about his crescent wrench, level or tape measure.  I think he now has a nicer collection of tools than my hubs.  In fact, we are often having to borrow his tools to fix things around the house.

Getting the party supplies was pretty easy and inexpensive since I snatched most everything from mine and my dad's garage.  :)
Leslie Nash of Leslie Nash Designs created all of the printables for the party.  She is a crafty genius, a gem to work with and sent everything to me ready to go.  LOVE her!!

I made the tool cookies of course. :)  When you schedule your 3 year old's birthday party the same day as your 7 year old's regional swim meet, it's off to Kroger for a birthday cake.

I had the kids on the swim team help assemble the tool skewers for the centerpieces that Leslie printed.

Pretzels Pleaze's chocolate covered pretzels were the perfect touch and so delicious!  Jack was so excited about these.

My hubs had just gotten a new tool box for Father's Day so it was the perfect area for the plates and cutlery.

I LOVED the tags that Leslie made for the party favors.  I picked up some tool boxes from the dollar store and filled them each with a shop rag, a Home Depot pencil and apron, a wood building activity which came with a paint set, safety goggles and some tool tattoos.

In addition to all of the party printables that Leslie whipped up, she also designed and made this awesome T-shirt for Jack.  My favorite part!
The kids chose their tool box based on the wood building set they wanted to make.  The sets came from Toys R Us and included with paint, nails/screws and wood glue.  They got to chose from a sail boat, race car, bird house, train and fire truck.
The kiddos had a great time playing with all of Jack's tools too.

Happy 3rd birthday to our own Mr. Fix-It.  We love you Jack-Jack.
Custom printables and T-shirt - Leslie Nash Designs
Chocolate dipped pretzels - Pretzels Pleaze
Tool Cookies - Whip It Good Cookies