I’ve received probably hundreds of requests for copies of the Sesame Street birthday party printables I made for Kate’s Sesame Street Themed 2nd birthday party, and now that I’ve switched my blog over to WordPress I can easily share them with you all!
These links will open a pdf document for you to print from your computer:
Sesame Street Favor Bag Topper
Crayon Border Thank You Message
First up is the Sesame Street Welcome Sign I made for our front door:
You can use the “Welcome” sign on its own, or recreate the door display I made for Kate’s party, by printing out the Sesame Street Welcome Sign in color on white cardstock, and cutting around the outer line. The personalized signs below the welcome sign are easily made in Microsoft Word or Publisher using a Comic Sans font. I cut the large “K” and “2” out of foam and covered them in wrapping paper, and then pieced it all together using ribbon taped in back.
Next, is the “Thank You!” favor bag topper I made in the shape of the Sesame Street sign:
To recreate, print them off my Sesame Street Favor Bag Topper in color on white cardstock. Cut around the sides and bottom of the rounded rectangle with scissors, and then use an exacto knife to trim around just the oval line on top. Next, fold the rest of the paper at the top of the rectangle, so that the label is like a little tent that goes over the bag, with the oval top standing up. I closed the favor bags with one staple in the center and secured the tent on top of the bag using double-stick tape, one piece on each side.
6/13/13 UPDATE: By popular request, I duplicated the Crayon Border Thank You Message that I used for our favor bags! Print this document out in color on white cardstock, cut and attach and use as-is, or adhere it to a slightly larger piece of colored cardstock using glue, double-stick tape, brads, or eyelets like the yellow ones I used in the picture above.
I made these name tags for the kids’ cups so we could easily keep track of which one was theirs. Using crayons and Sesame Street stickers added to our theme, but really these practical cup labels could be used for any party!
To use this Kid’s Cup Labels printable, simply print this pdf out in color on self-adhesive 2×4″ shipping labels, peel them off and apply to your party cups. Add stickers to each one for an additional way to help kids to recognize their cups.
I hope these Sesame Street Birthday Party Printables help make your little one’s party an even bigger hit!
These free party printables are for personal use only. Please credit All Things G&D and link back to this post if you use them. Thank you!
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Thank you!! I’m definitely using these for my K’s 2nd birthday party.
I’m so happy to hear it, Anne Marie!
Thank you for sharing!! My daughter is turning 2 in couple of weeks and loves Elmo. I am going to use some of your ideas. How did you make the thank you cards with the crayons going around it? Could you send me the link for that too?
Hi Katie – I’m pretty sure I made the crayon card in Microsoft Publisher, but I can’t find the file! I think I accidentally deleted it. I’ll try to recreate it and add it to this post. Good luck with your daughter’s birthday party!
do you have the water bottle wraps i cant find a free print out of them any where i would really apreciate it
Where did u find the polka dot gift wrap and the gift bags?
Hi Katie – thought you might be interested in knowing that I recreated the Crayon Border Thank You Message and have added the file to this post. Enjoy!
How can I get the pdf file for the crayon boarder and water bottles. I love your idea.
@Aimee: I found the polka dot gift wrap and gift bags at Target, although I’m not sure if they still sell that pattern.
Where did you get the water bottle labels from, my email address is email@example.com
I am also looking for the water bottle labels please firstname.lastname@example.org
For the water bottle labels I just cut colored sheets of polka dot paper into strips and added a Sesame Street sticker in the center.
Thanks for the wonderful pdf files. This will come in handy when we plan my nephew’s birthday party.
I’m so happy to hear it, Marie!
Did you make the water bottle labels? If so what type of template did you use?
Hi Sheria, I did make the water bottle labels. I just cut polka dot paper into strips, wrapped them around the water bottle, secured it with double-stick tape, and then added a sticker for decorative purposes. Hope that helps!
My pleasure, Sheria!
Where did you get e polka dot bags? I have been trying to find them.
Hi D – I got them from Target, although I don’t think they carry this style anymore. So sorry for the bad news!
This is the only site that I have found so far that provides free printables. Your party came out beautiful and Thank You so much for sharing your ideas and printbles!
We had a sesame street party this weekend and I used a few of your ideas – thank you so much!! I have to ask – what kind of camera did you use and how did you get your pictures to come out so great?! Thanks!
I’m so happy to hear it, Amanda! I hope your party was a success! My camera is a Canon T2i and I typically just use the 18-55mm lens it came with when I’m shooting room pics to get the wide angle. I’m lucky to have a lot of natural light in my house which helps with getting good pics, but something I’ve been doing since these party pics was taken is using a tripod for my shots. It makes a huge difference!
Oh! And the 2 second self timer. Hope that helps!
I know everyone has already said it but THANK YOU. This is amazing. It is so kind of you to share your creations.
Thank you so much, Jessica! That is such a lovely thing to hear!
Thank you SO much for posting this! it has been such a help to me planning my sons 2nd birthday party, you’re a gem!
Thank you so much-Finding these has been a blessing to me and to my birthday boy!!!
I’m having my son’s 1st birthday in a few weeks and I was wondering if you could tell me where I might find the banner you have in the first picture? Thanks
Hi Jaelin! I purchased that banner from Target, but it was a couple of years ago so I’m not sure if they still carry it. Good luck with your son’s party!
You did amazing job on your daughter’s birthday party. Would you be so kind to share the bottle label with me.. Thanks in advance! Jmshen1011@yahoo.com
Hi Julia, for the water bottle labels I just cut colored sheets of polka dot paper into strips and added a Sesame Street sticker in the center.
Great job! My question, is about the loot (favour) bags. Where did you find these, or are these too a printed file? All I can seem to find it coloured bags with white polka dots on them. Thanks. My email is email@example.com
Hi Jade! I found the favor bags at Target, but it’s my understanding (hearing from others) that they no longer carry this bag pattern. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news! I hope you’re able to find something that works for you. Good luck!
Hi! I am trying to print the crayon border thank yous for son’s party tomorrow. Is there any way I can personalize the cards like yours are in the photo?! The file doesn’t appear to be editable. Thank you so much for posting these!
Hi Kristin, I’m sorry the only way to personalize the text for this would be to re-create it yourself, or upload it into a photo editor, erase my text and add your own. Sorry for the inconvenience!
Hi thank you for sharing your awesome resources! And I too was wondering if I could have a version of the thank you note for personalizing with my son”so name.
Hi Shine, the only way to personalize the text for this would be to re-create it yourself, or upload it into a photo editor, erase my text and add your own. I’m sorry for the inconvenience! Good luck with your son’s party!
Hi, i just want to say thank you for the ideas. My baby 1st birthday is in July and im trying to save up and i love this.
Thank you so much, Ki_nicoleee. Best wishes for your little one’s party in July!
I love the way you do on sesame street birthday party.i will use this on my lil boys birthday party.but where u buy the favor bags multi color polkadots?and or polkadot gift wrap?
Thank you so much, Edith! All of those items were purchased at Target.
This is amazing! Thank you so much for sharing these amazing ideas and the files you created! I have been planning my son’s 1 year Sesame Street birthday party and fell about your site. So excited to use a bunch of your ideas this week!
Thank you so much, Allison! I hope your son had a wonderful time at his first birthday party!
water bottle labels pretty please??????? : ) tsoja1976@comcast,net
I made the water bottle labels by cutting strips of polka dot paper and adding a Sesame Street character sticker. You can see more here:
My son birthday is in 2 weeks, How did you do the sesame street sign on the wall, the green and pointing I love it!!! How do I get it or do it??
Thank you so much! I ordered it from a wall decal company. You can find the link and info here:
I love all of your beautiful ideas, thank you! Im looking to add my nephew’s name on the file and cant because its a pdf specifically the square cards with the crayon border, how can I recreate, where did you find the crayon border? thanks
The crayon border thank you favor tag is not an original. Just saw the exact same thing on etsy.com.
Hello, How were you able to make the sesame street light post to stick on the wall?
Hi, great party! Where did you get the little big bird sticker books that are in the favor bags?
Hi! I was wondering what size did you made the thank you topper for the favor bag to be printed out?
hello may i ask how to download this ? i like this
Hi Daphne, click on the links in the post. This will open a pdf document which you can print from your computer.
How big were the letter & number you used for the outside sign. Also what did you you use for them (foam)?
Hi Lisa! They were each maybe about 18″ tall. I used some styrofoam sheets that had been used as packaging/padding for a piece a furniture that had been shipped to us. It was a great way to repurpose!
Hi Dusty! I love your Sesame Street ideas. I’m going to be using a few of yours for my sons 2nd birthday. I need to make a N and a 2. How did you do this? Where could I find the supplies to make this? I bought poka dot wrapping paper from the doller store, would that work? Last question do you have step by step instructions? Thank you for your time ☺
Hi Vickie! Thank you so much of your sweet comment! I made the large letter and number for Kate’s birthday party out of styrofoam. I just freehand the letters onto a large sheet of styrofoam and cut them out using a box cutter. You can see more in my The Making of Kate’s Sesame Street Birthday Party post. Best wishes to you with your son’s party – I’m sure it will be fabulous!
I’m planning to do Sesame Street/Elmo theme for my daughter’s 2nd birthday as well and I love your party and ideas.
I for some reason, cannot find the exact dot favor bags and the sign above the favor bags. Would love to know if I can get it elsewhere. Love everything about this party. Your daughter is adorable.
Thank you so much! I purchased these favor bags from Target, although I don’t think they sell them anymore. You can purchase another kind of dot bag, or make your own dot bag with the stamp. You can print out the favor bag toppers that I made by clicking on the link in my post toward the top titled “Sesame Street Favor Bag Topper.” Hope that helps!