Free Birthday Printables! Cowboy Cupcake Toppers

As promised (albeit VERY late), today I’m sharing the Cowboy Cupcake Toppers that I created for Lucas’ 5th birthday party.




The file that I’m sharing has three different types – a cowboy, a horseshoe, and a star. I used a 1 3/4 inch punch for the toppers and then I backed them on another piece of coordinating cardstock and used a 2 inch punch for that. Hope you like them!





To download the cupcake toppers, click HERE.

For additional Cowboy Themed inspiration and FREE PRINTABLES, read the posts below:

Free Cowboy Invitation

Cowboy Birthday Ideas




FREE Printable Cowboy Birthday Invitation

As you guys know, Lucas just recently had his 5th birthday and it was cowboy themed! I designed his birthday invitation and wanted to share it with you today. It is in Word format, editable, and FREE to download – just make sure to only use for personal use and not for sale, etc. As you can see, I printed the invitation on a khaki cardstock and then glued the invitation on to red cardstock so it would pop. Hope you like it!



Download the FREE Printable Invitation HERE.

Important Notes:

  • The invitation preview before you download looks odd and jumbled, but the download is working correctly. I’ve checked it several times. 
  • Make sure to choose the DOC download in order to be able to EDIT the invitation.

FREE Printables! Superhero Cupcake Toppers (Superman, Spiderman & Batman)

For Lucas’ Superhero birthday party, I made 75 cupcakes topped with Spiderman, Superman, and Batman toppers that I designed. Lucas literally squealed when he saw them LOL!

I actually printed extra and was able to use them throughout the party for the napkins…

and to decorate the mason jar cups for the kids…

It was an easy way to add an extra little touch and tie all of the decor together. Super cute and very affordable since the only cost is really paper, ink, and the lolli sticks for the cupcake toppers.

Of course, I am sharing these cute cupcake toppers with you guys! You can download them HERE for FREE! I’ll be sharing the cupcake recipes next week so stay tuned for those…

No Sew Superhero Capes (FREE Template)

For Lucas’ superhero birthday party, I made all of the kids their very own superhero capes. There’s no sewing involved in making these capes either so they are extremely easy to make and at about $2 per cape, they are also very affordable.

What You’ll Need:
Hot glue or spray glue
Velcro iron on strips
Download superhero cape template.


Once you have your cape cut out, then you will need to attach Velcro to the neck. I used the iron on Velcro, but if you have time — it is better to attach them with a few stitches by hand. The last thing is to decorate the back! Lucas got a spider for his favorite superhero–Spiderman!

For the rest of the kids, we simply cut out shields and stars from felt and attached them with spray glue. Easy peasy!

Superhero Birthday Party Centerpieces & Photo Opp Signs (FREE Printables)

For Lucas’ superhero party, I designed comic book callout signs with words like KAPOW, THWIP, and BOOM! I printed them, cut them out, and then attached each sign to a wooden skewer using scotch tape. We used these signs throughout the party as centerpieces…

And, also for kids to hold up as a photo opp…

The kids loved them! And, so did Lucas!

Truth is that we had planned or I should say–we set up an entire photo booth with cityscape outside, but then it started to rain so we had to make do with a few of the panels from the outdoor photo booth. I made the cityscape by painting four foam board panels from the $1 store with blue paint. Then, Mike glued on buildings and windows made from construction paper. Easy peasy and affordable!

I’m providing all of the callout signs for you to print for FREE! Download them HERE.

DIY Superhero Birthday Party Banner (FREE Printables & Tutorial)

If you’re planning a superhero birthday party, you’re in luck! Today, I will be sharing with you how to make a comic book birthday banner that is not only easy to make, but it’s affordable and cute to boot!

All you need are a few supplies and the FREE printables that I designed and am sharing with you today. Word of warning: I had to beg Mike to give up one measly comic book from his boxes of comic books he has stashed away. He was not happy when I told him that I would have to cut it. In the end, he gave it up, but you know…be prepared for a little backlash LOL. If not, then just head to your nearest comic book store or even check out thrift stores.

What You’ll Need:
Comic book
FREE Printables
Thin ribbon, twine, or string
Hole punch
Glue stick

Tear pages from comic book. Then, cut triangles from each page by cutting from two corners to the center top. Glue letters onto each triangle.

Punch two holes into triangle and thread with ribbon or string.