Tangled Birthday Party!!
Like, say the memory card for your camera…when you get to a birthday party you helped with all of the decorations for…
But I had my phone, and instagram, so they both helped me out. I am going to piece that together with some tutorial pictures to share the fun Tangled party I helped my friend with for her daughter’s 2nd and 4th birthdays.
She had the party at a fun little kid play place that is kind of like if Starbucks and Playtown had a baby. So, it has a enclosed indoor and outdoor play space and it serves fancy coffee drinks. Pretty cool but I didn’t get to do a full on buffet, I did make a lot of little things for her though!
On of my favorites was the castle centerpieces:
Those started with a lot of pieces cut from the Cricut into fabulous glittery paper.
Then I put them all together.
Once they were all standing, I used some awesome chargers I had in the garage and cut a piece of batting to fit on top, then placed the castle on that.
I added hot glue and then pillow fluff to the batting around and inside the castle to look like a cloud
I felt that it still needed something so I grabbed 4 long pieces of yarn, tied them in a knot at one end and put it through one of the windows. Then I wrapped it all the way around the base for Rapunzel’s hair.
Picture heavy post y’all.
I also made some simple yarn braids to put on the bar, I made two with pieces I cut to 10 feet each and two with pieces that were cut to 6 feet each. There were at least 75 pieces of yarn for each braid. After they were done, I hot glued some flowers and rhinestones all over.
Next were the party hats, I used THIS tutorial that I shared for the hats for Avery’s first birthday.
To make the sun, I found an image, copied it to a word document to change the size and printed it out. Then I staple it to some thick card stock and used a razor to cut out the image to make a stencil. Then all I had to do was grab some paint and get moving!
Random picture of Avery.
Last were the party favors, they were a make-and-take magic wand craft along with a fun Disney puzzle.
I hot glued the ribbon onto a star (this is for two wands, not just one).
Then hot glued the silver dowel in between the pieces of yarn. Then I just had to hot glue a blank star on top, the favor had stickers and rhinestones to decorate it.
I think that is it! It was such a fun party!!
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