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If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to our RSS feed email so you won't miss a thing. Thanks for visiting! I’m so excited to finally share with you today all the photos from Piper’s Lalaloopsy Birthday Party. I need to begin by giving a BIG thank you to Erika over at Yellow Pear Photography for helping me out with the photos for this party.
It's so simple, it's silly. Everyone has probably seen it or done it already, but Saucy just felt like stuffing her raspberries with dark chocolate and white chocolate chips today. As if the raspberries weren't sweet enough. They're cute on their own or they'd be even cuter on ice cream. What about making a white chocolate raspberry ice cream and garnishing it with some of these little fellas?
For Easter I made papier-mache polka dotted eggs. I created them using small water balloons and tissue paper then I filled them with candy and toys and sealed them shut. The egg can hold a surprising amount of candy and the tissue paper seems delicate making for a delightfully heavy and yet fragile object, much like real egg. Also like a real egg you have to break the shell to get at what’s inside. I like things you have to destroy to open.
I love this train ticket invitation and party done by Life Inspired . Isn't that ticket adorable??? My all time favorite is this train track using duct tape! How creative and an inexpensive decor idea! Complete with railroad sign on door!
Inspired by her son’s love for trains , Jaime from YourBASH! created one super fun RIDE for his birthday celebration this year… and for all of his pint-sized PARTY TRAIN passengers too! In addition to taking a ride on the adorable “ Mini Express “, guests got to “stop” at fun Temporary Tattoo and “Make a Balloon” STATIONS . And speaking of balloons , there’s some seriously crazy-cool balloon art going on at this party… from the balloon artist’s creations to the fabulous giant balloon centerpieces , which really helped to fill the space and create a playful, kid-friendly vibe . Other favorite details include the train-shaped lollipop favors, napkin rolls embellished with “ Chew Chew ” printables, and water bottles labeled “ Chugga Chugga “! I also love how the carnival-inspired food stations were lined up in a manner to look like a train… very clever!
When little Benjamin was ready to celebrate his first birthday, his mom Sophie came to Janelle and Samone of Cake Ink Events to create an adorable vintage train-themed birthday party. Trains were Benjamin’s favorite toy so revolving the theme around something he loved as an obvious choice. “Its really fun to take a client’s ideas and turn them into a reality – we get a real kick out of taking someone’s little idea and creating something that blows their mind!
A Project For: Owen Age: 1 year Location: Tennessee Description: I wanted Owen's first birthday to be unique and special, while using as little money as possible. My goal was to decorate with things I already had in the house, buying only a few basic necessities. The result was a very simple, handmade party... nothing extravagant or expensive, just a sweet little celebration of our baby's first year.
We shared our cookie party post last week, and in case you missed it, here it is again along with some quick and easy cookie DIY treats! What’s a party without yummy treats? With the help of some fabulous refrigerated cookie dough, we made a bunch of delicious cookie creations! First up, mini cookie cups.
I’ve been messing around with paper. I’m not sure exactly why I decided to make paper tea cups, but inspiration hit over the holidays and I couldn’t find one online. Hence the gauntlet was thrown down!
Aug 15 by Jenny Batt Geometrics aren’t going anywhere soon, why not include them in your party decor? I saw a tissue paper lantern in a vintage party book and it looks so current in monochromatic hues.
Remember this adorable Aqua & Lace Party from our Party of 5 Post a couple weeks back? Well Anastasia also created a DIY Tutorial on how to make her beautiful and super budget-friendly backdrop! Can you believe it was created from rolls of office supply receipt paper? Pretty clever, right!
Here at the Okui household it's all about the video game Rock Band 2. My son particularly is obsessed with the game. I find him making microphones and singing E-Pro.
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Balloon Pops Turn basic balloons into freestanding lollipops. Wrap them in cellophane and add a wrapping paper tube stick, then position them around the room. What you'll need Large foam brush, white acrylic paint, wrapping-paper tubes, balloons, ribbon, 2-oz. paint or glue bottles, tape, cellophane, scissors Make it 1. Use the brush to apply two coats of paint to a tube; let dry.
Bubble gum machines are perfect things to put on a table for a kids party. You can put a bunch of them with different gumballs and your kids and their friends would be happy. To make one such machine you’ll need a terra cotta pot, a wooden ball, a wooden doll pin stand, a tube of E600 glue or hot glue, a round bubble bowl and a can of bright spray paint. Instructions The first thing you need to do is to paint your pot, base, wooden ball and doll pin. When they are dry place the painted pot upside down and attach the round bubble bowl to it using glue.