Saturday, January 17, 2015

Dinosaur Train Party

My neighbor turned 2 and he celebrated with a Dinosaur Train themed party.

The invitations were designed to look like tickets

 His mom hung one of the banners on the front door

Stickers were made for the goody bags. They said "Thanks for making my party Dino-mite"

 "Happy Birthday" Banner

The neighbor served pretzel sticks for dinosaur bones

deviled eggs for dinosaur eggs

Gold fish were for the "fish"-avores 

vegetable platter for the herbivores 

They picked these up from the local craft store and assembled them to hang above the kitchen counter

we bought white fondant and used coloring to get all the colors. We used cookie cutters for the different shapes and added the figurines to top it all off

 I think little buddy was very happy with his party

Saturday, January 3, 2015


I don't think there was a single little girl who didn't have a Frozen birthday party this year. Frozen is all the rage currently and it doesn't appear to be going anywhere anytime soon. My daughter is no exception. She loves Elsa and Anna and when asked what kind of party she wanted I knew the answer before she even responded.


For the cake I used white fondant and cookie cutters and topped it off with the figurines

"Do you want to build a snowman" station. I had large and small marshmallows, candy corn, pretzels, and chocolate chips. You can use any anything though that resembles snowman parts

The kids really seemed to enjoy making them

 "We finish each others sandwiches". Sandwiches were served as the main lunch item

I ordered white cotton candy from Oriental trading and made stickers to cover their label. 
Thank you "snow" much for coming
I also attached Olaf stickers which I also ordered from Oriental Trading

Celery and carrots were served as Sven's snacks