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We are HUGE fans of Clifford The Big Red Dog in our house! So when it came to picking a theme for my daughter’s third birthday I knew without a doubt that it would have to be a Big Red Third birthday! I went with a bright primary color scheme of red, blue, and yellow. I created a lot of DIY crafts for the party including triangle buntings, pinwheel fans, table centerpieces, confetti, and a big red three piñata. Food served included hot dogs, sub sandwiches, and dog bone shaped PB&J sandwiches for the little guests. The treats on the dessert table included a vanilla cake, vanilla cupcakes, puppy chow, rice crispy treats, chocolate dipped pretzel rods, and cookies.

The activity table had coloring sheets, markers, crayons, stickers, and a bean shaker for each of our little guests. The bean shakers were made from Crystal Light plastic containers. I added some dry beans, taped down the lid, and wrapped them in red construction paper. Each little guest had their own shaker with their name on it that they decorated with stickers. They had a blast making music with them and it was a fun take home gift!

In the book “Clifford’s Birthday Party”, Clifford gets a piñata for his birthday. So when I came across a tutorial pinned on Pinterest for a DIY number piñata I knew we had to make a big red three! The kids (and adults) had a blast hitting the piñata. The inside was filled with the birthday girl’s favorite treats – Reese’s peanut butter cups, Kit Kat bars, and lollipops. The little guests were given personalized take home treat bags for their candy.

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  • What People Ate

    Food served included hot dogs, sub sandwiches, and dog bone shaped PB&J sandwiches for the little guests.

  • Desserts

    The treats on the dessert table included a vanilla cake, vanilla cupcakes, puppy chow, rice crispy treats, chocolate dipped pretzel rods, and cookies.

  • Party Favors

    Candy, bubbles, bean shakers, coloring pages

  • Activities / Games

    On our Clifford’s Craft Table I had placed a coloring sheet, markers, crayons, stickers, and bean shaker for each of our little guests. The bean shakers were made from Crystal Light plastic containers. I added some dry beans, taped down the lid, and wrapped them in red construction paper. Each little guest had their own shaker with their name on it that they decorated with stickers. They had a blast making music with them and it was a fun take home gift!

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