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8 Creative Star Wars Party Games and Activities

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No Helium Necessary - Up-side Down Balloons - Wow, So Smart!

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Mason jar lanterns

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Fill a powder-free latex glove with water or cranberry juice and freeze it. Most definitely adds to a creepy factor to your punch.

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White Velvet Confetti Cake - for smash cake?

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How to serve milk at a kids party....great birthday party idea!

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Will make for kids birthday! Love it!

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Cake pop eyes for monster cake.

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Plex cake

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1st birthday clothespin banner

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Such a unique and fun idea for a party. You could even pre-mix cocktails so the hosts could mingle with guests instead of bartending. ***

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Easy Table Decorations

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robot cake - maybe a toy with dum dum balloons?

Tara's Cupcakes: April 2010

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robot cake! cute :)

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These posterboard robot costumes are so great!

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The make-your-own-robot station is perfection. Googly eyes!

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The robots with hearts! Ahhh!

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Bottle toppers!

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robot themed birthday party

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For the joint 5 & 1 year old birthday party.

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press rows of mini, regular, and peanut M&M;'s into the icing in bold patterns... For Smash Cake photos!

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Fill a powder-free latex glove with water or cranberry juice and freeze it.

Funfetti Cake from scratch

If you love the colorful glow, but don't want to mess with candles and tissue paper.  Buy a box of glowsticks, cut off one end and pour it into the jar.  Seal with a lid and shake to coat the inside.  Voila!  Instant lantern.