These Pop Rocks Lollipops are so much fun to make, and a hilariously silly treat to have at a birthday party. Plus, they’re pretty simple to put together and they look really cool on display. Are you sold yet? Additionally, these are perfect for a Harry Potter themed party because they so closely resemble the Honeydukes Acid Pops from the books. Basically, they’re lollipops (like these Blue Razzberry Blow-Pops) coated.
Now that we’re getting close to the end of July and August is quickly approaching, it means that start of school is near and it’s time to squeeze in some last minute summer fun. What better way to do that than have an Ice Cream Social with your kids and neighbors! I have really fond memories from childhood making ice cream sundaes with my friends at sleepovers and pool parties..
It’s been a few weeks since we’ve done a Friday Favors post, so this is long over due! A lot of people have been clamoring for a super-duper simple party favor. Not all of us are Becky-Home-Ecky and can craft these elaborate party favors with scrapbook supplies and things like that. Some of us want to slap a tag on a box of Cracker Jacks and call it good. And.
The past few summers, birthday parties have been dominated by Frozen, but this year there is a new movie that is going to give Ana and Elsa a run for their money! The Minions Movie is finally out and kids and families are flocking to the theaters in droves. My kids just can’t get enough of Kevin, Bob, Stuart and the others, and based on Box Office numbers, they’re not.
One of the best ever party themes for just about any kind of event is a Hawaiian Luau. This theme comes around the party circuit every couple of years with a new twist and fun, creative ideas for decor, games, food and sweets. This is also one of the party themes that seems to work for a HUGE variety of events – from birthday parties young and old, anniversaries, corporate.
For everyone with twins, a Thing 1 and Things 2 Dr. Seuss themed birthday party is a must-do in the early years of your twins’ lives. This is a delightful memory to make by going all-out with this theme. It might seem like a tough theme to pin down, but we’re here to tell you that it’s actually really easy to do. Additionally, this theme lends itself really well to.
It’s that time of year again – the heat of summer when Little League tournaments across the country are happening and young boys and girls and girls are celebrating “America’s Sport” with their friends, family and teammates. Many baseball teams have an end of season BBQ or pool party to celebrate the season. One of the most fun and easy things to do to celebrate those little baseball stars is.
These Gooey Butterfinger Brownies look so delicious! InsideBruCrewLife.com has some of the absolute BEST recipes and is quickly becoming one of my favorite places to go for new things to try. These brownies not only have delicious crushed Butterfingers in them, but also some chocolate chips, sweetened condensed milk and extra peanut butter! Dreams really do come true! To get the recipe, click here! And if you’re looking for a.
If you have a Candyland themed party on the horizon, you’re going to want to read this post. How exactly are you supposed to make an impressive Candyland themed candy buffet on a limited budget for a gazillion candy-crazed kids? I’m here to teach you exactly how to do it, what candy you’ll need for up to 20-25 child-aged party guests, and how to keep your budget around $150. Let’s.
I’ve been super excited all week to post about this cool party favor! This one comes from SNAP Creativity and is so super-duper easy you’re going to be making these year-round. Here’s the finished product: Looks impressive, right! This is basically a rubber band bracelet (jelly bracelet or a rainbow loom type bracelet band equivalent), with candy attached to it with curled gift wrap ribbon. No seriously, that’s all it.