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A great idea for the birthday child to wake up and walk through this! Did this for J's birthday and it was a hit! (although he knocked many of the balloons down - I had taped them to the banner - he had fun kicking them around the hallway for a few days.)

Karla!! Use a cookie cutter for sprinkle shapes on top of frosted cakes. Letters numbers hearts stars. You can also lightly press the cutter, then remove, and write on the cake following your 'guidelines' . Decorate birthday toddler kid party milestone

I attached two Command Adhesive hooks to the wall (they come off easily after the party) and tied a ribbon (in this case hot pink) between the two wall hooks.  Then I tied strips of crepe paper to the ribbon using a piece of twine.  To keep the crepe paper from moving too much, I also taped the end of each strip of crepe paper to the wall, just below the table height.

Pretty Party Backdrop

I attached two Command Adhesive hooks to the wall (they come off easily after the party) and tied a ribbon (in this case hot pink) between the two wall hooks. Then I tied strips of crepe paper to the ribbon using a piece of twine. To keep the crepe paper from moving too much, I also taped the end of each strip of crepe paper to the wall, just below the table height.

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