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How to Make a Party in a Box

How to Make a Party in a Box

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It’s that time of the school year already…the end!  Summer is approaching (if you live in the south like we do, it’s already here) and it’s time for teacher gifts.  Now, I’m a teacher myself and get a few gifts and I’m not one bit opposed to getting a gift card.  Those are awesome and so appreciated!  With that said, I just can’t stop my creative side from wanting to do more.  I got this crazy idea in my head about a party in a box for Gav’s teachers and I had to run with it.  It’s so simple, can be relatively inexpensive, and it so fun!

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Cookie Decorating and Egg Hunt Party

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*This post was sponsored by Party City and the majority of the products that you see were supplied for use in planning this party. I love celebrating holidays.  Not necessarily in huge ways but I do enjoy heart shaped items for Valentine’s day, green colored things for St. Patrick’s day, pumpkins, and fireworks…you get the idea.  That’s why I started my cookie tradition with Gav.  I was able to take those little pieces that I love and turn them into a tradition.  There are a few holidays, however, that I enjoy more than others.  Christmas is pretty obvious, but I also really enjoy the Easter season.  

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DIY // Pom Pom Centerpieces

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Recently I was in charge of decorations for one of my very dear friends’ baby shower.  Of course I was so excited because that kind of stuff is fun for me and I got to put my DIY skills to use!  I used the nursery color scheme as my inspiration and since the parents aren’t finding out the gender until birth, I could let me imagination fly.  Gender neutral isn’t always easy, but, in this case, it was! What You’ll Need: Empty (clean) Coffee Cans Patterned Paper Tissue Paper Twine Skewers Glue Clay Measure out the height of your coffee can and cut the paper so that it will wrap around the can easily.  The paper should fit right into the grooves of the lip of the can.  If your paper doesn’t go all the way around, just cut a little extra to cover and be sure to match up the lines as best as you can. Now make your pom poms.  Cute a few smaller pieces from your tissue paper.  I found that four layers worked well but the more layers you have, the fuller the pom pom will be.  Accordion fold the layers and tie a piece of…

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