To celebrate the release of the animated movie Smallfoot, I’ve made this set of free printable Smallfoot Party Printables, that fans of the movie are going to love!
Migo is a friendly Yeti whose world gets turned upside down when he discovers something that he didn’t know existed — a human. He soon faces banishment from his snowy home when the rest of the villagers refuse to believe his fantastic tale. Hoping to prove them wrong, Migo embarks on an epic journey to find the mysterious creature that can put him back in good graces with his simple community. The movie includes the voice talents of Channing Tatum, James Corden, Zendaya, Common, Lebron James, and Danny DeVito.
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Smallfoot Party Printables
These Smallfoot Party Printables contain everything you need to throw an awesome Smallfoot party and can be downloaded and printed for personal use. The free printables include party invitations, favor bag toppers, pennants, alphabet and number banner flags, popcorn boxes, treat cones, party food labels, paper chains, bottle wrappers, napkin rings, straw flags, cupcake toppers, and cupcake wrappers – it’s the motherload of Smallfoot party printables!
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As much as I would LOVE to set up a party for all of the printables that I make, I sadly just don’t have the time! Of course I would love to have everything printed off and demonstrated for you to see, but if you delve into my party archives you will find lots of posts where I have used the same templates that these latest printables are based on. I will also be directing you to specific posts so that you can see how similar sized printables were used in action.
This Smallfoot Party Printables set contains:
- Party Invitations
- Alphabet Banner Flags
- Numbers + Punctuation Banner Flags
- Character Banner Flags
- Pennant Flags
- Straw Flags
- Paper Chains
- Party Food Labels
- Cupcake Toppers
- Cupcake Wrappers
- Bottle Wrappers
- Napkin Rings
- Favor Bag Labels
- Popcorn Boxes
- Treat Cones
- Favor Bag Toppers
Scroll through the post to download the ones that you would like to use – be it one, some, or all of them! The downloads for each part of the set are found in rounded boxes throughout this post.
If you decide to use my printables, please do share the party with me – I love to see how you used them! Tag me on Instagram – @ThePurplePumpkinBlog and use any of these hashtags – #ThePurplePumpkinBlog #TPPB #TPPBCelebrate #TPPBPrintables
As with most of my printables, they come in two paper sizes – A4 for the UK, and US Letter (8.5 x 11″) for the USA (and other countries that use these paper sizes as standard). Images of all the printables are placed throughout this post. The links to each printable download open in a new tab/window.
Smallfoot Party Invitations
There are eight different designs, with two Smallfoot party invitations per page. Print and cut as many as required and fill in the party details with a pen. If you would like these customised with your party details, please contact me to arrange. I charge $3 for the customisation of the invitations.
Smallfoot Alphabet Banner Flags
Print off the letters that you need, and cut out. Punch holes in the top corners, and thread ribbon or string through. Hang up to decorate the party room. This set is uppercase only, as the font is only available in uppercase!
You can see how I’ve used alphabet banner flags in the past for my husband’s 40th birthday party here.
Smallfoot Numbers + Punctuation Banner Flags
Print off the numbers and punctuation that you need, and cut out. Punch holes in the top corners, and thread ribbon or string through. Hang up to decorate the party room.
Smallfoot Character Banner Flags
Print off as many characters as you need and cut out. Punch holes in the top corners, and thread ribbon or string through. Hang up to decorate the party room. You can use these mixed in with the alphabet, number, and punctuation banner flags too.
Smallfoot Pennant Flags
Print off as many pennants/flags as you need, and cut out. Punch holes in the top corners, and thread ribbon or string through. Hang up to decorate the party room.
You can see pennant flags (and quite a lot of similar sized printables) in my Peppa Pig Party Printables post.
Smallfoot Straw Flags
Print and cut as many as required and fold in half. Wrap around a straw and glue in place. Could also be used on cocktail sticks or skewers.
Smallfoot Paper Chains
Print as many pages of the paper chains as you need onto good quality paper – you don’t want the chains to be too thin – then carefully cut out. Take one of the strips and add a dab of glue on one end, and fold around to form a circle. This is the first loop in your chain. Now, slide another strip of paper into that loop, add a dab of glue on the end, and fold around to form a circle that is attached to the first loop. Continue going until you get the length of chain you desire. These paper chains are double width compared with my usual size.
I hope everyone knows how to make paper chains, as my description is quite wordy! Here are paper chains made up for a Disney party.
Smallfoot Party Food Labels
Print and cut as many as required. Write in party food details in the space provided. Fold in half and stand on the party food table! If you would like these customised with your party food details, please contact me to arrange. I charge $3 for the customisation of these labels.
Food labels in action at a Peppa Pig Party.
Smallfoot Cupcake Toppers
Print off the required number of cupcake toppers onto card or thick paper. Cut with scissors or with a 2″ circle punch. Attach a cocktail stick to the back of each topper and secure with tape. Place into cupcakes!
If you need cupcake recipes, you can check out my archives.
Cupcake toppers in action at a Military Themed Party.
Smallfoot Cupcake Wrappers
Print off the required number of cupcake wrappers onto thin card or thick paper. Cut out and wrap around to form the case – secure with tape or glue. Place cupcake inside!
Cupcake wrappers are a simply way to decorate a cupcake, as seen in these birthday wrappers.
Smallfoot Bottle Wrappers
Print and cut the required number of wrappers. Wrap around drinks bottles and secure in place with tape or glue.
Smallfoot Napkin Rings
Print and cut the required number of napkin rings. Wrap around folded a napkin, or make a dining bundle with a folded napkin and cutlery. Secure in place with tape or glue.
Napkin rings used at a baby shower, with added topper.
Smallfoot Popcorn Boxes
Print off as many as you need, onto thin card and cut out. Flip over to the blank side, and you are able to judge where to score some lines to make folding easier: along the bottom flap tabs, the side flap, and along each edge, from point to point. Fold around, and use glue or tape to secure the sides first, then upend, to do the bottom flaps – I find tape easiest to secure these. (When you get the hang of the way that they fold, you can do away with taping the bottom of the box as the flaps overlap each other and stay in place) If you using glue, you may want to add a paper clip to hold everything in place until the glue dries. Fill with popcorn or other dry snacks
See a similar printable in action: Popcorn Boxes for The Nightmare Before Christmas Party
Smallfoot Treat Cones
Print as many as you require onto thin card or thick paper. Cut, then fold around into a cone. Secure with tape or glue. If using glue, hold together with a paper clip until the glue dries. Fill with (dry) treats, snacks, or popcorn!
See a similar printable in action: Treat (Popcorn) Cones for The Nightmare Before Christmas Party
Smallfoot Favor Bag Toppers
These favor bag toppers are designed to fit on a 4”/10cm wide cellophane bag. Fill each bag with favor choice – I usually pick themed candy or other treats. Print and cut as many toppers as needed, fold over the top of the bag, and staple together on either side to secure. Make sure the staple goes through the topper as well as the bag.
See a similar printable in action: Favor Bag Toppers for the London 2012 Olympics
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