I’m really excited to share this post with you! I’ve been having so much fun creating projects with my new Cricut Maker over the past couple weeks, and this is one of my favorites. But, you don’t have to have a Cricut to make these Play-Doh Party Favors (although it will make the task much, much easier if you do!). I’ve included instructions below so both Cricut users and those who don’t have a Cricut can make these non-candy party favors for kids. Read on for the details!
You know I’m a bit extra about the treats I bring for my kids’ activities, so it’s no surprise I came up with these little ballerina ghosts for Blair’s Halloween dance class. Her studio has a fun little tradition of having the dancers wear their costumes and pass out candy during Halloween week. I’m so happy with how these dance class Halloween treats turned out, plus they were really easy to make. Keep reading for the how-to!
We celebrated Blair’s third birthday with a Breakfast at Tiffanys Party! I’m so excited to share all of the party details with you. We started with a Breakfast at Tiffanys Photoshoot for her invitations, so make sure to check out that post first if you missed it. Now, on to the party!
Recently, we celebrated Blair’s third birthday with a “Breakfast at Blair’s” theme party, based on Breakfast at Tiffany’s. I’m going to be posting about the party soon, but first I wanted to share these adorable Breakfast at Tiffany’s photos! I couldn’t be happier with this DIY Breakfast at Tiffanys photoshoot and I hope you’ll love the pics, too!
We are officially done with our stay-at-home orders in Kansas, which means a lot of area businesses are opening back up. My kids are especially excited to head back to the pool with Aqua-Tots Olathe. They’ve been taking swim lessons at Aqua-Tots for a couple years now, and really missed swimming while they were closed!