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One Birthday Cake for Two BirthdaysMy husband and grand daughter both have birthdays in January, so this year (hubby was away on work for his birthday) we celebrating them together. Well, a 6 year old and a grandpa do not have a lot in common on a cake design.


Tips For Cutting Your Party BudgetWhen partying planning, you can cut your budget in half if you visit yard sales and thrift stores and post ads on Freecycle and Craigslist for wanted items, instead of buying all new things.


gramma & granddaughter

Children's Tea PartyWhile our grandaughter was staying last summer, we decided to have a tea party. She made the two of us hats.


Two ScarecrowsThis is kind of a joke, but not really. I had these pictures, sent to me after the death of my mother. This one was of my dad, after putting together a scare crow, at the beginning of decorations for an autumn harvest party at their church. By the way, dad is on the left.


Humorous Birthday Meal SettingMy husband has a wry sense of humor. The table was prepared for the birthday meal he made me! Unfortunately, I can't remember what he made as it was some years ago but he is a good cook.


Family: Two Year Old with BalloonsThis is my little two-year niece at her grandfather's 80th birthday. She had so much fun with the balloons and we had so much fun watching her with them! Adorable.


Keeping Candle Wax Off Your Birthday CakeI have always inserted my candles in Styrofoam instead of the cake to burn for birthdays. Then the candles could burn longer without getting wax all over your cake. This also works good if you have a ice cream cake, less melt and mess. The lit candles are blown out the same as if it were on a real cake. The Styrofoam works well, just throw all away no mess and no wax on cake either. Works great and cake tastes good too. All works well.


Birthday WrappingThis is one of my good friend's birthday party and my 9 and 12 year old boys decided to decorate him with the decorations from his party. They had a blast wrapping him up.


Rubber Duck Themed First BirthdayI decided on a rubber ducky theme for my son's first birthday party; he really likes them! I had a bunch of rubber duckies, but wasn't quite sure what to do with them. Just setting them out around the party area didn't look right, and the only way I could think to hang them was if I tied something from their necks!


Bread O'Lantern

Bread O'LanternHere's an easy and fun way to serve dip at your Halloween party.


Thrifty Blues Clues PartyThrifty Blues Clues Party. My son just turned 3, and he's a big Blue's Clues fan! The official licensed party supplies are expensive though. An 8 pack of plates alone costs $2.99, and I was expecting about 24 guests at his party. . .


Decorating for a PartyGet ideas before you start the work. You can print colors off the internet you like and take them to the store to match up. . .


Eating Birthday CakeThe best way to eat a birthday cake.


Setting the Table - Party for 17We were expecting 17 people for a BBQ one August evening but were afraid of either it being too hot or rain so we decided to set up to eat indoors. It is amazing what a few folding tables and pieces of plywood and vinyl tablecloths can do to make a wonderful dining table. Some old mirrored panels were put back to use under all the candles I could find to add sparkle to the table setting.


Two people with hillbilly survivor hats on.

Hillbilly SurvivorThis is a cute idea for a birthday or anniversary gag. We used them for a Hillbilly survivor, there are many themes you could use with these hats. You just get some wire and punch a hole through the bottom of the can and take the wire from the bottom out through the top.



Robbie's 19th BirthdayWanted to share this with you : ) We had my daughter Robbie's 19th and I went to the bank and got her:


Making Your Own Inexpensive Shower and Party FavorsInexpensive favors for showers and parties can be made by molding your own candies using Wilton candy molds and Candy Melts. These are inexpensive and can be purchased at any store which carries Wilton brand supplies. I have made hearts, wedding bells, Teacups and Easter suckers.


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