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We decided to have a joint birthday party for our two girls this year since their birthdays are three weeks apart. When I asked my oldest daughter what kind of party she wanted, she quickly replied that she would like a Hello Kitty party. Since we were having the party at a location outside our home, I wanted to make the party unique and pretty using affordable decor. Just because you have a party at a Kid's party location doesn't mean it can't be cute!

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11 comments

  • Love The Day L

    Love The Day L wrote:

    I love Stefanie's parties! She is SO talented. Lindi love-the-day.com

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    Alaya B wrote:

    are those lemon heads?

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    Alaya B wrote:

    what type of paper did you use?

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    Alaya B wrote:

    HOW? HOW DID YOU DO THIS?

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    Alaya B wrote:

    WHAT IS THIS?

  • Anna And Blue Paperie

    Anna And Blue Paperie wrote:

    Crayons I made using broken crayons and a Hello Kitty silicon mold. I included them in the favor bags.

  • Anna And Blue Paperie

    Anna And Blue Paperie wrote:

    Candy stickers using a paper punch. You can find out about them on my blog at www.annaandblue.blogspot.com

  • Anna And Blue Paperie

    Anna And Blue Paperie wrote:

    I use heavy card stock.

  • Anna And Blue Paperie

    Anna And Blue Paperie wrote:

    Yes!

  • Tess  M

    Tess M wrote:

    Awesome Idea !!!!!!!!! where did you find a mold at ?

  • Anna And Blue Paperie

    Anna And Blue Paperie wrote:

    Thanks much. I purchased the mold on ebay. Simply do a search for hello kitty mold. I have a tutorial on my blog on how to make them: http://annaandblue.blogspot.com/2011/02/tutorial-homemade-crayons.html

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