After the rain out that was Elliott’s 7th birthday, we decided to make up for it with a party at The Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum for his 8th birthday. Photo: The… Continue reading
I wasn’t sure I could top last year’s Maddie-licious party, but decided to try with a county fair theme after going to the Minnesota State Fair. With a little planning, fun prizes and… Continue reading
Elliott LOVES Super Mario Bros., so there was no better way to celebrate his 6th birthday than with a Super Mario party. The invitations were double slider cards based on this tutorial by thenorsugirl. A little… Continue reading
Getting the “Power Up Pass” game together. We used Kimahn’s tutorial at Scissors Paper Wok for toadstool pencils to make Power Up Mushrooms. We just skipped the pencil part and added eyes.
For Grady’s 4th birthday, his mom, Kelly decided to throw him a fantastic subway party. She used our printables to the personalize the party. Look at these amazing cupcakes by Candace from Cupcakes… Continue reading
For a fun party game (and because we wanted something other than a pinata), we used a bunch of surprise ball hearts, attached them to a board with glue dots and added numbered… Continue reading
We saw David Chang’s recipe for Bo Ssam in The New York Times and had to try it. While it’s relatively easy, it is quite time consuming as you need to let it… Continue reading
A quick and easy snack or serve with yogurt or chocolate sauce as a light dessert. We used different size heart-shaped cutters to mix things up a bit.
We were delighted and fortunate to help Selina celebrate her 3rd birthday with a Princess Dora-inspired tea party. The party was to be held at Gymboree, so we decided to coordinate with their… Continue reading
We whipped up these garlands for a holiday party. Super easy and super simple. We made them with 5-inch circles, but you could make them in any shape or size. We used leftover… Continue reading