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Five Tips for Hosting a Pint Size Party

Today we’re breaking it down with five tips for hosting a pint size party, brought to you in partnership with Apartment Guide! If you’re like me, you love to entertain, but a huge budget to pull together a fancy spread to wow your friends just isn’t feasible. But that doesn’t mean I don’t love hosti...

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Outdoor twister!! Somehow my kids lost the mat (lol) but we have the spinner so we are going to do this!!

(SPOOKY!) From Better Homes and Gardens, December 1969. Accompanied an article about Christmas themed children's parties. by sugarpie honeybunch, via Flickr

this is great for fun things for guests to do while the wedding party takes pictures

Rag tie garland is one of my faves! Love the colors here!

Lawn Jenga, oh how fun! And so easy to make, just cut 2x4s Bring it on! Need to show this to Greg for summer :)