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Popcorn Relay Race. Strap cups of popcorn onto feet and race to fill up a box/bucket.

Popcorn Relay Race (Outdoor Games for Kids) | Spoonful

party-decoration.jpg adorable idea- I could probably just hang one and make the kids their own "forts"

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The candle holders were some Lego men with their little Lego cups and things. Perfect size for the candles.

Fill Balloons instead of Pinatas!! Each child can pop a balloon and get the goodies inside!!! No big mess, no kid that gets less than another kid.. fair and equal. :) love it.

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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

How to Make a Realistic Plastic Spoon Flower

easy to DIY with dollar store candle holders and clear marbles

Fork Picture Stand....Great idea for placement cards on the table.

Plastic wrap and water to make a faux icy centerpiece!

Chocolate Covered Strawberries in a egg serving try. Cool idea!

Cones filled with goodies and placed into a box lid with an X cut for each to stand.

1 hula hoop + 2 strings of icicle lights and a bit o' duct tape = magnificent chandelier.

Taffy Skewers in party theme colors!

Fold over the table cloth and tape it for a double ruffle look.

For outside parties, bury glowsticks in the ice. would be great for a cooler too!

Take a round table and cover it with a cloth, take 5 or 6 short glasses (I used votive holders) and place them around the table upside down (these are the lifts that support your glass top). Place strands of "icicle" lights, then place the round glass on top.

Turn wine glasses into candle lamps. The blog has a pattern for the lampshade too. Easy, customizable, inexpensive and a nice way to dress up a table or room for a party.

no helium necessary--up-side down balloons--so smart!!!

Attach streamers to a hula hoop and hang.