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I was hired for a baby shower and they wanted a Dr. Seuss theme. With a very small budget I think I was able to pull it off

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Party Highlights

  • Desserts

    Cake, cake balls, cupcakes and chocolate covered pretzels

  • Activities / Games

    Guess the number of fish in the jar and take it home in your car

  • What People Ate

    The Waves in St. Clair shore provided the food

Comment

11 comments

  • Malu Boutiques M

    Malu Boutiques M wrote:

    This is so cute.

  • Venus F

    Venus F wrote:

    SOOO CUTE!! I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE THIS THEME FOR MY SON'S SECOND BIRTHDAY :-)

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    Heather E wrote:

    Oh pleeease tell me how you got the coating so nice and thin. I have a Dr. Seuss shower this Saturday and I tried the same method of re dipping a cylinder and it just got thick at the bottom and didn't end up looking like a hat :(. Did you start with an exaggerated shape, or is the coating just that thin?

  • Terri W

    Terri W wrote:

    to make your coating thinner add paramount crystals. I also made the cylinder smaller on bottom knowing it would be re-dopped several times. When you stick the stick into the cylinder flatten the bottom and slightly curve it also! Hope that helps!

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    Heather E wrote:

    Thank you! Is that the same as adding shortening or is it better? Your hats are the cutest I've seen, well done!

  • Terri W

    Terri W wrote:

    I am not sure, I haven't ever used shortening before. Thank you and good luck!

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    Donyell W wrote:

    love the flowers ...where did you get them from?

  • Terri W

    Terri W wrote:

    Michaels craft store! Thank you!

  • Daurisa V

    Daurisa V wrote:

    how do you make these beautiful cake pops what is used for the hair?

  • Terri W

    Terri W wrote:

    Daurisa, I actually just melted blue chocolate wafers and piped it onto wax paper in that shape, once dry I dipped the cake ball into the red melts and while wet pushed the dry blue hair into the top to adhere it.

  • Judy J

    Judy J wrote:

    where did you get this prop?