What better way to end a pirate party then with a real treasure hunt! A treasure chest can be constructed with an old box, wrapping paper and ribbon. All the treats and favors can be placed in the treasure chest for the kids to discover. Give them a Treasure Map with lots of clues maybe even a compass. Fill the treasure with lots of treats and don't forget the gold coins. Your kids are sure to love this.
To Get to Kendal's Birthday Party! Can you believe this party? I had to look twice. YES it is a CHICKEN party. The birthday girl is a ...
This little porcelain doll below was the inspiration for my party scape for Baby & Tween Celebration LA this past weekend. When I found ...
The perfect children's party can be amazing experience no matter your age! With creativity and a little imagination you can transport y...
Umm Hello? When did this happen and why didn't anyone tell me. It's like vintage va-voom with extra long satin strings?! Heavenly Ho...
All Aboard! For a B-Day party at Travel Town on The Pennsylvania Train. The runner on the table was made to look like a train track and o...
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