Frugal Birthday Party

For an inexpensive birthday party, I would have it at home. I would buy cheap soda and frozen pizzas and sometimes bake my own cake instead of buying it. For entertainment: play music, watch a movie, or play a card game.

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I have had lots of fun - it's all about spending time with your friends as well. Take lots of pictures. I blew up my own balloons and made my own decorations. I even bought a cheap "Happy Birthday" sign from the dollar store!

By Mary from OK

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May 31, 20110 found this helpful

Having fun is the most important part, not how much money you spend or if you're impressing people!

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