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Peanuts, Cracker Jacks, and more round the bases for this fun Baseball themed party!

Idea

Party Highlights

  • Desserts

    Baseball cookies, cake, cupcakes, ice cream

  • Activities / Games

    Baseball pinata fun!

  • What People Ate

    Mini sliders, Hot dogs/Hamburgers, Potato Salad, Fruit skewers, chips, corn on the cob

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12 comments

  • Nicole L

    Nicole L wrote:

    Cute--BEAUTIFUL CABINETS TOO! LOL!

  • Nicole L

    Nicole L wrote:

    Love the bats!!!

  • Sandra G

    Sandra G wrote:

    COOKIES ARE SO CUTE AND SO THEMED WITH THE PARTY!

  • Sandra G

    Sandra G wrote:

    lOVE THE BAGS! GREAT JOB!

  • Marjorie H

    Marjorie H wrote:

    where did these cookies com from??? i love the atlanta cookies!!!

  • Melissa B

    Melissa B wrote:

    I made them....these didn't look so hot; but I had to store them in the freezer b/c we had this party literally after returning home from a week vacation on the following day :)

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    Donyell W wrote:

    LOVE THE TABLE CLOTH...WHERE DID YOU GET IT FROM OR DID MAKE IT

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    Rachelle W wrote:

    I have tried to make my own cookies for my sons upcoming baseball theme party but I can't seem to get the consistancy of the frosting right for making baseballs and red stitching. These are awesome. Can you share your frosting recipie? Thanks. Great party pics!

  • Melissa B

    Melissa B wrote:

    Rachelle, Royal Icing is very simple; 4 cups of powdered sugar, 3 TBSP. Meringue Powder, and Water. I put the meringue powder in a small bowl, Add at least 8 Tbsps. of water and beat it w/ a mixer then add it directly to the powdered sugar. I thin it w/ addt.'l water until desired consistency....Elmer's Glue consitency is what you need to flood fill; you can also drizzle a ribbon of the icing and see if it disappears w.in a few seconds; if not, you still need to thin it out and it should literally drip out of your piping tip. Keep remainder of icing covered w/ either a wrung out/wet dishcloth, or I just press clear wrap directly on the icing itself. I always recommend AmeriColor for food coloring as well. Hope this helps; stitching on the balls will need to be stiffer of course.

  • Mari Q

    Mari Q wrote:

    Hi! I really love the idea of the green grassy linen. Do you mind sharing with me where you got it?

  • Melissa B

    Melissa B wrote:

    Believe it or not....I got this from Lowe's! Of course, Home Depot probably sells it too. It's indoor/outdoor carpet! The green stuff people used to put on their porches "back in the day" It's sold by the sq. ft. (like carpeting) so measurimg it out can be tricky!

  • Mari Q

    Mari Q wrote:

    Yeah, I went today and saw them. Thanks!