Candyland Party To make these lollipops, buy 2 or 3 ft wooden dowels from a hardware store and then use hot glue to attach two paper plates to the stick to form a 3D lollipop shape. Paint and apply glitter and then finish with sheets of plastic (or plastic wrap) tied with ribbons.
Most of you know that I generally fill my summer up with construction projects around the house and for hire. This summer has been no different. I apologize for being absent from the blogosphere for a while, but I've just been enjoying my summer too much to sit and type. So far the for hire…
Carving out little spaces to play are what childhood memories are made of. This pretty image is from a grown up party — a wedding actually — but it got us thinking: doesn’t it look like it would make a sweet little hide-away in the backyard for your next play date? Or kiddie party too?Such a simple idea and yet we think the kids would still think it’s kind of special. All you need is some dollar store streamers and something to drape them over. A tree branch?
Cute idea for 1st bday party...everyone writes a note to her and she can't open the box until her 18th bday...although Im a little late with grace but i think i could do something like this every year for both their birthdays