Recently Kayla has fallen in love with Shopkins. Apparently if you’re in grade school Shopkins are kind of a BIG DEAL. They’re pretty cute, fairly inexpensive, small enough to take a bunch with you somewhere and I am still amazed at the amount of time my child can spend making up stories about them, sorting them, counting them and trading with friends. As soon as Shopkins made their way into our home my wheels started turning and I had a ton of cute Shopkins birthday party favor ideas. Thanks to Moose Toys for partnering with me to share them with you! Here is an easy one – push up pop Shopkins party favors!
Need a FROZEN party favor? Make my glitter dyed pasta necklace FROZEN party favors! They’re fun to create, inexpensive and way better than a bag-o plastic junk. The colors pay homage to Queen Elsa and seriously, what little girl doesn’t LOVE a sparkly necklace? Especially one she gets to string herself.
I created my easy Doc McStuffins slumber party and cereal treat Doc McStuffins cake as part of a sponsored post.
We recently discovered the joy of Doc McStuffins. Call us laggards. I know that at almost six, Kayla is kind of on the old side to be a Doc McStuffins fan, but honestly, I’m a fan. With all of the change going on in Kayla’s life over the past couple of months, from starting kindergarten, learning a completely foreign language and making space in her home and her heart for a new brother, she’s done pretty well. In fact, she’s done way better than I ever did when faced with similar challenges at her age. So it seemed appropriate to celebrate everything and nothing and just throw some extra attention her way. Enter my super easy Doc McStuffins party. Because seriously, who has time for anything super hard these days? Not this girl.
Want some easy baby shower or baby sprinkle decor? I love this easy clouds and raindrops party setup. Thanks to Joovy for their Joovy Boob bottles and Celebrate Express for providing some of the easy decor in this post!
A few months ago the idea of having a sprinkle for baby #2 had been discussed with me. In the end, I said I didn’t want friends and family to go through all the trouble of throwing a party for me and for this baby. As ironic as it sounds considering that I have a blog, I actually hate being the center of attention or the focus of a party. However, I love celebrating otherpeople and by now you know I love a fun, easy party setup. SO I figured I would share this Clouds & Raindrops Baby Sprinkle party setup with you.
It all starts with some white fluffy paper decorations for clouds. They’re easy to put together, relatively inexpensive and high impact. All of those are things I look for in party decor. I grabbed these at Celebrate Express for about $3 each. It takes about 5 minutes to fluff each one up and they are a very nice puffy size at 16″.
I’m showing you how to do a DIY balloon tassel garland to use with a number balloon . Thanks to Step2 and Birthday Express for sending supplies to facilitate this cute setup my way!
If you’ve been doing this parenting for a minute or two chances are you’ve seen some of those adorable, creative birthday invitations that magically make their way into your mailbox. And you’re probably thinking awww cute, but nope, I can’t do that. I’m here to say YES YOU CAN. All it takes is a really cute kid (which you probably have if you read this site) a little bit of creativity and a camera.
If you’re planning a LEGO birthday party, then I’ve got the perfect LEGO party favor for you. This DIY LEGOS In A Jar party favor is easy to make, relatively inexpensive and will last much longer than a LEGO shaped crayon!