Jennifer Shaw
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Candy-Coated Krispy Stars - Lulu the Baker

When Sara asked me to participate in the Star Gazing Party for The Party Hop, these cute Candy-Coated Krispy Stars immediately popped into my head! I love a good Rice Krispy Treat, and one of the best things about themRead

The Laws of My Life: A Planet Birthday Party!

A Planet Birthday Party! To say my boys are fascinated by our solar system would be an understatement!

"Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" Birthday Party {Planning, Ideas}

Star-Shaped Sandwiches: "For the girls, I made little star peanut butter and jelly sandwiches with a cookie cutter," Kirsten says. "I also added star toppers.

Outdoor party lighting: crack open some glowsticks and empty them into old jars.

DIY Glow Jars Tutorial For each glow jar you will need: a jar two Glow Sticks scissors rubber gloves safety glasses Disclaimer: This is a project meant to be done by an adult – not a child! Purchase Glow Sticks and dig a jar out of your cupboard.

Light the outside with candles in a class jar.

Jar Candle Holders- All you need are mason jars in varying sizes and tealight candles. Place the candles inside the jars and then light them when ready. This looks great as a table setting.

We have a water table but maybe having an extra will help with the fighting sisters

We have a water table but maybe having an extra will help with the fighting sisters use concrete mixing tub