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Friday, April 3, 2015

{Tutorial} Easter Mason Jar Treat

Happy Easter!

Here's a quick and easy Easter treat that can be used as a favor for guests or a great addition to any Easter basket. My favorite part is that everything inside the jar is edible!

We will be away this Easter and these travel well so I've made them for each of the children we are spending Easter with.


What you'll need:
-one large mouthed mason jar
-one chocolate bunny
-chocolate Easter egg candy
-edible Easter grass (found on amazon)
-bakers twine in desired color

Fill the jar with a small portion of the edible grass. Place the bunny in the jar, surround with chocolate eggs. Close the jar and wrap the top with bakers twine.

Enjoy!!

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Valentine's Day Treats

It's fitting that my favorite valentines are edible valentines...

                Cupcake in a jar

        Kids love this tic-tac-toe cookie!

         Conversation heart cookies

                         S.W.A.K

Monday, September 8, 2014

{Real Parties} Shark Attack!

This is a fun summer theme for those kids with summer birthdays...shark attack!

Both of my boys were born in March so I love being able to help plan summer parties.

my neighbor had this great shark stuffed animal that we hung
at the entrance with some fish net
 
 

 
 
 
unfortunately I didn't get a shot of the shark watermelon until
after all the contents were devoured

 
 
 
Happy 6th birthday Justin!

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

The Perfect Party Favor

What is a party favor and when did party favors become so popular? As a party planner, I get this question often...

I think a party favor should be just a small token to your guest to show appreciation for their attendance at an event. Is it necessary? Absolutely not. With that said, I do believe it's a nice gesture. After all, your guests took the time out of their schedules and in some cases, brought a gift.

It's true party favors have probably gotten out of hand but here's a small token that can be tailored to suit almost any party theme: