If flowers are your go-to gift for holiday celebrations, you might want to consider a balloon bouquet. It definitely brings the “party” to any room you enter with it. Continue reading
I’m finding that the simplest things can make anything feel like a party to my kids. Throw some sprinkles on a vanilla cone…party! Toss a few berries into seltzer water…party! Slap on some $.25 tattoos…party! Continue reading
I bought this six pack of bubbles thinking they would last us a while but my two year old managed to dump three of them out in a matter of fifteen minutes of playing with them.
They aren’t expensive but how quickly we were going through them made me want to see about making our own solution. Continue reading
I wanted to share a project I shared last year in case you missed it. You still have plenty of time to make these if you want a festive way to serve salad or other dishes this Fourth of July!
All you need are salad tongs (preferably wooden), painter’s tape, white paint, blue paint and red star stickers (teachers, anyone?)
First, wrap painter’s tape around the top of your tongs where you want your paint to stop.
If you have a can of leftover white paint from a household project, this is easiest. Just dip the tongs directly into the can stopping just past your tape.
Hang to dry. If you have one of these broom holders in your garage, they are perfect. Otherwise, you can tie string around the spoon part and hang them from a branch outside or another rack in your garage. Just make sure you put cardboard or plastic underneath. It drips.
After that dries completely, dip into a small container of blue paint to just cover the ends.
Hang again to dry.
Once that is all dried, stick red star stickers around the handle.
Paint over the decorated area with Mod Podge (a glue/sealant sold at any craft store) to seal it all in. Let dry and you are now ready for a party!
Do not put the finished tongs in the dishwasher. Hand wash only.
Enjoy your 4th of July holiday!
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When it comes to birthday parties, the main thing I look for in the food and decorations is easy.
When I wanted to add a little flair to my son’s 2nd birthday, this balloon garland was the easiest thing ever.
All you have to do is blow up a bunch of balloons and tie fishing line around the knot of each one.
Make sure to leave a foot or two of fishing line at both ends of the garland to help with hanging it.
Once your first balloon is tied, tape it to a hard surface to keep it in place while you tie the others. Otherwise, the balloons start floating around and you could have a tangled mess.
Once your garland is the length you want, you can tape it or tie it wherever you like!
With any leftover balloons, fill a couple garbage bags full and dump them onto the kids from a loft area 🙂
By using select colors, this garland make an easy decoration for baby showers or other themed parties.
For some reason, the balloons stay full when hanging upside down like this, so this might be a good decoration if you have a longer celebration and you want them up for a week or two!
You could also use this garland to line the doorway of the birthday boy or girl. Here is my daughter’s doorway on her birthday.
Easy Peasy. Have Fun!
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