Lisa C created
Brittany S says...
@ 09:56 on Apr 15, 2012
Absolutely adorable! Filled with thoughtful details!
Kristn L says...
@ 10:48 on Apr 18, 2012
Can you please tell me where the Ruffians & Thugs hats are from? :)
Lisa C says...
@ 11:30 on Apr 18, 2012
They're hats from Hallmark's "How to Train Your Dragon" party supplies.
Gina G says...
@ 11:46 on May 23, 2012
Hello, where did you get these watercolor paints?
@ 12:03 on May 23, 2012
I bought the paint sets at Walmart in the craft/crayon section, then made my own liners for them.
Amanda B says...
@ 16:04 on Jun 07, 2012
game details please!!!
@ 18:27 on Jun 07, 2012
Sure! It's pretty much a big pinata. Each balloon has some candy (I bought Tangled themed candy at Walmart), and glitter in it. We used bamboo skewers (since they were the least deadly of pointy objects I could think of LOL!) and each child took turns popping one balloon... anyone they wanted. It was really fun! I read that you can leave some empty, to make it more challenging, but where's the fun in *that*, right?! =)
Megan G says...
@ 13:23 on Jun 20, 2012
I would love to know where u found the party hats at!!!
@ 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...
@ 09:50 on Jul 29, 2012
This is an AWESOME idea!
@ 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?
Vecinas Invasoras P says...
@ 10:35 on Jul 29, 2012
Impresionante!!!! Un belleza!!! Felicitaciones
@ 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.
Melissa C says...
@ 18:59 on Aug 26, 2012
Do you have a template for the watercolor liners? These are great!
@ 13:36 on Sep 05, 2012
Thanks! You can find it here: https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B3576WASOHK8TTQ1cG5jYkdocVU
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.
Charlotte L says...
@ 19:38 on Oct 27, 2012
I LOVE THIS!!! Great idea, Lisa!
@ 19:40 on Oct 27, 2012
That was my fave of all the parties! Awesome job, Lisa!
Giulietta R says...
@ 11:16 on Dec 27, 2012
I love your Tangled Party ideas and decor...My 3 year old daughter wants and will have a Tangled theme party. I am wondering where did you get the food label designs? I love all the silhouettes and designs on the food labels and I also love all the phrases in the picture frames. Could you please share your secret?
Jays Journeys And Events J says...
@ 08:36 on Mar 19, 2013
Beautiful..ur my inspiration for my daughters rapunzel party
Dawn A says...
@ 22:29 on Mar 28, 2013
This is absolutely beautiful!!
@ 22:34 on Mar 28, 2013
where did you find a cookie cutter this shape?
@ 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!
@ 05:31 on Apr 02, 2013
I used an oval cutter, then made the indent on the side while the cookies were warm. I used a straw to make the hole, also while they were warm.
Jennifer P says...
@ 20:13 on Sep 17, 2013
How do you make this please