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I made Hudson's invitations with pre-cut card stock from Micheal's Craft store, and a robot rubber stamp from papersource.com. I also used an embosser tool on the stamp.
I tried to have lots for the kids to do at Hudson's Robot Party, we had kids of all ages. I made robot bodies for the kids, and adults to dress up in, along with some robot antenna headbands. We took polka dot wrapping paper and taped it to the wall outside for pictures to be taken in front of. I had some boxes that had not been decorated yet that the kids could color on and take home with them. I had a table with card stock and all kinds of foam sticker shapes for the kids to make their own robots and color the paper. I made homemade play dough and sprinkled star confetti into it and had that on a table outside. We had a rocket ship tent out back, a water table, and other colorful toys.
I made the robots and stars on the cupcakes out of fondant. I saved lots of empty silver cans to place things in, like the marshmallow pops. I bought the blue candy to melt for the marshmallow pops at Micheal's and used silver sanding sugar from Williams Sonoma to sprinkle on top.
For the party favors I bought the wind up robots and robot tattoos from oriental trading company. I also had glow sticks, and stretchy robots that I had found along the way at a small toy store. I used the small round silver tins (you can find at Micheal's in the wedding favor isle) to hold "nuts and bolts". This consisted of chex mix, pretzels, M&M's, and cheerios. I placed a round robot sticker on the top of each one (found at papersource.com) and labeled each one "nuts and bolts".