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baby shower soda bottles. They used Jones soda. You could buy a pink colored flavor for a girl's shower. How cute and I love Jones soda

No helium needed to fill balloons for parties.....just vinegar and baking soda! I NEED TO REMEMBER THIS! this is important since helium is not a renewable source and is in such short supply

kiss stickers - Staples sells stickers that fit kisses perfectly and they have a free template you can download so you can print out stickers at home.

DIY ruffled ice cream cones - adorable idea for a birthday party!

paper mache dino eggs with dinos inside for favors - Dinosaur Birthday Party

...The Fast Lane! ♥

Homemade dinosaur dirt eggs for dino dig - Dinosaur Birthday Party

vinyl letters and dino cut-out on buckets to serve food - Dinosaur birthday party

...The Fast Lane! ♥

Dinosaur tracks sugar cookies for dinosaur party

Tulle Cake stand. Could do it in any color...

Kit Kat Cake. All you do is: 1. Bake your cake (used a box cake! Thanks Mrs. Crocker!) 2. Let cool. 3. Frost it. 4. I broke my kit kat bars into "twos" so they curved better around the cake and stuck them along the outside. 5. Fill the top with M&Ms (or Skittles! - yum!) 6. Tie a ribbon if you want! It kind of helps the kit-kats stay put when the cake and platter are being handled or moved.

instead of streamers cut plastic table cloths into strips.