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  • Desserts

    Robot Cake and Robot Cake Pops

  • Activities / Games

    Pinata, Rocket Ship Bouncer, Slide, Claw Machine, Water and Sand Table

  • What People Ate

    Pizza, Pasta & Salad

  • Funniest Moment

    When the kids broke the first pinata and instead of candy it was filled with bouncy balls!

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24 comments

  • Amy N

    Amy N wrote:

    So cute!

  • Christine S

    Christine S wrote:

    ADRAINA,This party is amazing. Do you mind if I share on my blog? www.simplyiced.blogspot.com. I am sure my friends and followers will be blown away. Very very creative...I am totally boown away by many features of this party.

  • Adriana G

    Adriana G wrote:

    Thank you so much! I would not mind at all, you can find my whole album on flickr at http://www.flickr.com/photos/baby_makes_three/sets/72157626623363165/ I also have a blog at www.umeandbabymakesthree.blogspot.com

  • La Shon G

    La Shon G wrote:

    Adriana- This Robot is amazing!!! Where did you have this made?

  • Adriana G

    Adriana G wrote:

    La Shon, my dad actually built it, he is very creative! It's made of cardboard boxes; the robot lights up and his head and right arm move too!

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    Christy F wrote:

    Wow, AMAZING job!!! You are my hero!!!

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    Christy F wrote:

    Wow, AMAZING job!!! You are my hero!!!

  • Adriana G

    Adriana G wrote:

    Awe, thank you Christy!

  • Malvis C

    Malvis C wrote:

    I love the 'fire' coming out of the rockets!

  • Malvis C

    Malvis C wrote:

    Nice!

  • Malvis C

    Malvis C wrote:

    Adorable.

  • Adriana G

    Adriana G wrote:

    Thank you Malvis!

  • Adriana G

    Adriana G wrote:

    Thank you Malvis!

  • Adriana G

    Adriana G wrote:

    Awe, thank you Malvis!

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    Sonja B wrote:

    Where did you get these or how did you make them?!?!

  • Adriana G

    Adriana G wrote:

    Sonja, The rocket ships are from Michaels Craft Store ($3.99 each), they are wood bird houses. I painted them and took them to the shop I order balloons from and they added a bendy stick and clear base, tissue paper and stars to make them blast off!

  • La Shon G

    La Shon G wrote:

    Adriana- Where do you get the jumbo round balloons?

  • Adriana G

    Adriana G wrote:

    LA SHON, I bought them from balloonmaniacs.com they have 17 and 36 inch balloons!

  • La Shon G

    La Shon G wrote:

    Awesome-Thank you Adiana!!

  • Nigza I

    Nigza I wrote:

    Oh my...So much eye candy! I love the theme and plan to have it for my sons 5th Bday party. You've given me lots of inspiration here and I'd love to know where you found the giant red robot. It is so awesome as is all the cute details of this party.

  • Sheenika W

    Sheenika W wrote:

    Where did you get the overlay that's on the table? How cool!

  • Adriana G

    Adriana G wrote:

    Sheenika, It's fabric I picked up in the Fabric District in Downtown Los Angeles. I don't know the name of the fabric but I can find out!

  • Jennie G

    Jennie G wrote:

    How did you do this? I would love to make this as a center piece to my tables. I love the flames coming out of the bottom but have no idea how you got that part to stand up. Please do share! :D

  • Adriana G

    Adriana G wrote:

    Hi Jennie, I painted the rockets myself (purchased at Michaels), but the stand was created by my balloon lady, unfortunately she is no longer in business to ask her. It looks like she used a clear plastic stand,they're typically used in small balloon centerpieces, and the flames are tissue paper!