Lisa C created
Brittany S says...
@ 09:56 on Apr 15, 2012
Absolutely adorable! Filled with thoughtful details!
Megan G says...
@ 13:23 on Jun 20, 2012
I would love to know where u found the party hats at!!!
Lisa C says...
@ 14:21 on Jun 20, 2012
The "ruffian" hats are part of Hallmark's "How to Train Your Dragon" party supplies. The purple hats with braids are homemade.
Ivory S says...
@ 09:51 on Jul 29, 2012
Most amazing Tangled party I've seen yet! AWESOME job!!!
Aida N says...
@ 09:59 on Jul 29, 2012
How did you make the rice crispy pops?
@ 09:15 on Jul 30, 2012
I used Rice Krispie Treats, stuck small wooden "craft spoons" (found at Michaels with the popsicle sticks) into them and dunked them in melted, colored chocolate. I used the spoons (which are flat) because they were just the right shape and size.
Crystal O says...
@ 20:57 on Oct 24, 2012
Omg great party! I have a question where did you happen to find the food card little holders? Those are awesome!
@ 04:22 on Oct 25, 2012
Thanks Crystal! I actually made the food card holders out of colored Popsicle sticks.
Jays Journeys And Events J says...
@ 08:36 on Mar 19, 2013
Beautiful..ur my inspiration for my daughters rapunzel party
Dawn A says...
@ 22:48 on Mar 28, 2013
what is the crayon thing and what's in it? And how did you make the little apple's on a stick? My computer won't let me zoom into them. What a beautiful, beautiful job you did!!
@ 15:26 on Apr 01, 2013
@Dawn, the apples are cake pops. They were inspired by these: fredellicious.blogspot.com/2011/08/apple-cake-pops.html
I'm not sure what "crayon thing" you're referring to. There are larger photos and more party details on my website at purplepatchparties.blospot.com/2012/04/tangled-4th-birthday-party.html
If you can't find the answers to your questions there, feel free to message me again!