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Star Wars Birthday Party - May the FOURce be with you!

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 I asked if she wanted a princess party. She responded, “Only a Princess Leia party!” It was her 4th birthday, we called it “May the FOURce be with you”. I printed my own decorations, made lots of Star Wars-themed food, built a Jedi training course, and planned some Star Wars activities. This was a fun DIY party!

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Peace Sign Balloon Garland DIY Tutorial

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I recently planned a graduation party for my oldest daughter who didn’t want traditional black or her school colors (red/black/white) used for party decor. Something lighter and prettier definitely suited her personality more. I was searching for alternate graduation party decorations that didn’t involve black when I came across this cute Groovy Grad set from Big Dot of Happiness. I instantly knew this would be the perfect theme for her graduation party! The colors were perfect and she absolutely loves 70s music and culture. I ordered this set immediately and used it as inspiration for the rest of the party....

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DIY Custom Chip Bags for Groovy Grad Party

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My oldest daughter recently graduated from high school, and when discussing party themes, she chose Groovy Grad. We would have lots of out of town family visiting for the party and graduation, so I needed some ideas I could prep in the weeks leading up to the party. I decided to make some custom chip bags to match.

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Making Coral Reef Backdrop for Under the Sea Party Photobooth

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I love having a photo booth at every party I host! When I have one, I am reminded to get at least one picture of every guest, and it is nice to have a pretty backdrop for pictures. A backdrop that matches the party's theme is not just great for pictures, it's a large piece of party décor too!  Just before my daughter's 7th birthday, we took a family trip to Grand Cayman. She fell in love with snorkeling on that trip and was fascinated with life under the sea. She not only loved the fish but all the coral too! When...

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Bunny Treat Bags DIY

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These bunny treat bags are so fast, and easy to make and are very inexpensive. It’s a great way to dress up an Easter gift, party favors or pass out in class! I made these for my daughters class for after their Educational Egg Hunt. These bags were perfect for holding candy, prizes and a few extra candy filled Easter Eggs. Supplies Needed: Brown Paper Lunch Sacks (I picked up a 30 pack at the Dollar Tree) Pencil Scissors Ribbon (I also got Easter Ribbon at the Dollar Tree) Whatever you want to fill your bag with, I used Easter Grass,...

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