30.8.13

100 Aker Wood Party with "Hunny Pot" Tutorial and Printables

This post is bought to you by Disney and Blueprint Social. All opinions are %100 mine.

Winnie the Pooh is a childhood favorite for many. Who doesn't love that sweet bear and all his friends? I grew up watching Winnie the Pooh, it was always one of my favorite Disney movies. I was recently selected to create an project that involves The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh . I was delighted to be picked and had the sweetest ideas in mind.

When you combine an Event Stylist and an awesome Disney movie, magic happens. I came up with the idea to throw a magical 100 Aker Wood party with all of Pooh's friends. Complete with a "hunny" pot tutorial and free printables for you to use for your own party too! Since "The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh" was just re-released on August 27th in a Blu-ray Combo Pack and HD Digital you can now have your own magical 100 Aker Wood Party too!


One of my favorite traits about Winnie the Pooh is his love for honey. I grew up next to my grandparents and their friend raised bees on their property. Every summer I just loved eating the fresh honeysuckle and getting mason jars of honey after every harvest. I thought it would be fun to create an honey jar tutorial that could be used at your own hero party or 100 aker wood party like you see in the images below. 

Hunny Pot Tutorial:
 Supplies: 
Terra Cotta Pot and Saucer
Gold Paint
Paint Marker
Sponge Brush
Wooden Ball for handle
E6000  Industrial Glue
 Protective cover for surface
 

Steps:
 Lay protective cover over surface you are working on. Remove any price tags from the terra cotta pot and saucer and paint outside and inside of both pieces.

Let it dry. Repeat painting step if necessary for even coating.


While the base and saucer are drying paint the wooden circle piece and let dry.


Once pieces are dry, take the industrial glue and attach wooden piece to top of saucer for lid. Next, take the terra cotta pot and write with the paint pen the words HUNNY as you would like. Winnie the Pooh always seems to have his "N's" backwards.Once dry, place the saucer as the lid on top of the terra cotta base.

 
You now have an adorable Hunny Pot for treasures, collecting things or anything magical. See how easy this craft was? You can see pictures below of the hunny pot I created in action at the 100 Aker wood party.


Party Details:

 





Quote Printables can be found Here 


Vendor Credits:
Styling and Paper Goods: Valerie Painter {Greyson Design}
Photographer: {DanyC Photography}
Wooden Name Cutouts, Custom Vinyl, and 100 Aker Wood Sign: {Ten23Designs} Vintage Chairs and Vintage Props: {Refunction Junction} Gold Candlabras, White Chandlier, Wooden Slabs, White Display Platters {Events by I Candy}
Stripped straws, 36” Balloons, Gumball Tubes, Clear Boxes, Wooden Candy Sticks: 
{Bloom Designs Online} Honey Dipper Wands: {Clarke Wood Works} 
Mini Picnic Baskets: {Faniciful Events} Personalized Gingham Platter: Emily {Magnolia Creative}
Honeycomb and Hunny Pot Cookies, Mini Fondant Bees: {Frog Prince Cake and Cookie Design} Bee Cookies on Sticks, Gingham Picnic Basket Cookies and Bee Scalloped Cookies: {The Cookie Jar} Red Gingham Wooden Utensils: {Sucre Shop}
Gingham Ribbon: {Ribbon Revelery}
Tulle Skirts: {Atutudes}  
Felt Character Headpieces: {Cupcake Wishes and Birthday Dreams}



 To stay in touch with that silly bear Winnie the Pooh, connect on FACEBOOK

You can also check out the links below for some crafts and snacks that other bloggers were inspired to create from Disney's The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh


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