Parties


Parties

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Super simple Jedi Robe pattern - great for a Star Wars party!

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Jungle party cupcakes.

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Faerie Queen cake. I sewed some fake leaves and flowers together to make the bodice, attatched a dollar-store butterfly to the back for wings, and then made fondant petals for the skirt.

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Indoor faerie party. I tried to bring the outdoors indoors by cutting tree-trunk silhouettes from brown broadcloth stapled to the ceiling, and then made the tree canopy out of green streamers. I wrapped fake flowers around our lighting fixture to make a flower chandelier, and attatched a couple of dollar-store butterflies onto some Barbies hung from the ceiling with fishing line to make faeries. Voila! An indoor enchanted faerie forest!

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Monster Cake

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a friend of mine made this rainbow cake for her daughter's Dr. Seuss party - cool.

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Dora the Explorer cake

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    KimmyShop.com

    Looks too good to eat!

cake for a prince

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"Venom" pinata

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Spiderman cake

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  • Allison Becker
    Allison Becker

    Karen Salyer...This one has a building that he asked for...

Stegasaurus cake

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paper-mache "dinosaur eggs" for goodie bags

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Fossilzed invitation for dinosaur party (kids had to chip it open)

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  • So Domestically Challenged
    So Domestically Challenged

    How cool! How did you do it?

  • Abby Metz
    Abby Metz

    I laminated a picture of a dinosaur skeleton with all of the party info on the back, then I stuck it in the bottom of a 1L milk carton with the top cut off and filled the carton just past the invitation with a mixture of sand, glue, and water. After it dried (took several days) I removed the milk carton, and then just made the crate part from popsicle sticks and hot-glue!

  • So Domestically Challenged
    So Domestically Challenged

    You are a genius! That's so awesome! Thank you so much for the reply!

  • Anèl Müller
    Anèl Müller

    Love the idea! very creative

rose-ball pinata

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Princess cake

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popcorn cupcakes

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popcorn party banner

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so cute!

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A friend's teensy-tiny party

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