Lego Birthday Party: "I Spy" the Lego Guy--hide lego guys around the room and have kids hunt for them
how to make a pom pom bow from tulle.
Fun way to display cupcakes or keep the candy below and replace the cupcake with small toys for Easter or birthday parties. Would also work with milk in the bottom and cookies on top, if you get a silicone cupcake holder instead of paper. cupcake displays, birthday parties, cupcake party, candi, party cupcakes, kid parties, champagne flutes, treat, baby showers
Fun way to display cupcakes
Dip balloons into chocolate. Pop when harden. Add ice cream!
Another quick technique is to cut something anything into a shape with a cookie cutter. Kids go absolutely bananas for this. I like to make mini-sandwiches, then cut extra cheese, meat or veggies into even more shapes and layer them on top. I’ve also been known to cut fruit leather, tofu, carrot coins and red bell peppers into animal shapes. kid lunches, kid snacks, tea sandwiches, food, box, cookie cutters, flower, parti, back to school
A few great lunchbox ideas; you can never have enough fresh ideas for lunches
Diaper Bouquet. The diapers are rolled around wooden skewers and secured with clear rubber bands, and then pushed into a foam ball which is hidden and wedged into the vase. Accent with tulle.
wrap a balloon with sting, roll it around in the liquid starch. After you have soaked the balloon put the balloon on a cup and let it dry overnight. Pop the balloon and you have your egg!!
I love this for a ladies luncheon... i should have one of those! (it's even better for a mad hatter's tea party)
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Put candy inside the balloons and have the kids throw darts. WAY WAY WAY better than a pinata