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When my youngest of three kids turned one this summer, I knew it had to be fun. He is my only summer baby, so I finally got to plan a party outside. My 2 older kids were Thing 1 & Thing 2, and the birthday boy was Cat in the Hat.

I made all the decorations and food. It was fun to make things not so perfect, like an off centered cupcake stand and tall skinny candy jars.

I fell in love with the red, white and teal combination of colors. The ‘real’ Cat in the Hat came to read a book and the kids loved playing all the games, including pin the tail on Horton

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16 comments

  • Roselis D

    Roselis D wrote:

    Love it!!! Where did you get this???

  • Roselis D

    Roselis D wrote:

    Beautiful birthday!!! The perfect way to celebrate a kids birthday party!!!

  • Nikka M

    Nikka M wrote:

    Thanks for your nice words! I made it! :)

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    Erica S wrote:

    Hi! Beautiful party! I'm thinking of having a Dr. Seuss party for my sons first birthday also. Where did you find the large Cat in the Hat and the Thing 1 and Thing 2 picture stand?

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    Brandy A wrote:

    Where did you get the dr.seuss paper that you made the pinwheels with

  • Nikka M

    Nikka M wrote:

    @ Erica- I'm not sure what picture stands you are taking about. I made most of the party...email me at triplemgoodparties@yahoo.com and we can chat there. Thanks, Nikka

  • Nikka M

    Nikka M wrote:

    @Brandy- I got that paper from Michaels Craft store. They have a Cat n the Hat section and if you look thru all that stuff there is a little kit to make pinwheels. I also saw that JoAnn Fabrics has the same little section. (dont forget your coupons when going to either store-totally cheap with a coupon!) Thanks, Nikka

  • Erica T

    Erica T wrote:

    Where did you purchase these cupcake "sleeves"? Thanks!

  • Nikka M

    Nikka M wrote:

    @ Erica I got them from bellasnfellas [!at] gmail.com email Heidi. Tell her I sent you!

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    Zeinab A wrote:

    hello where did you get these center pieces from

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    Shannon L wrote:

    Where did you buy these?

  • Nikka M

    Nikka M wrote:

    I got them at the $ store.

  • Jessica O

    Jessica O wrote:

    with what did you make it ? if you still have it are willing to sell it ?

  • Nikka M

    Nikka M wrote:

    @jessica- i made it- if you are in the seattle area we can meet, but if you are out of state- it costs about $160 to ship. not worth it. its made out of cardboard and acrylic paint. :)

  • Danielle D

    Danielle D wrote:

    Hello! I love this cutout! My nieces are having a Thing 1 & Thing 2 themed bday party this month and this would be a great addition! Do you rent it out?

  • Nikka M

    Nikka M wrote:

    Hi @Danielle d- so i do rent and sell ALL the items in this party! the problem with the cutouts are the size - they cost about $160 to ship each way. im in the seattle area - if you are, then i can meet you and well not shipping! :) hope you are local! thanks! nikka