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17 comments

  • Kayla T

    Kayla T wrote:

    kudos on this party! im throwing my sister a 30th party in wizard of oz, got a few great ideas!

  • Jen C

    Jen C wrote:

    love this idea

  • Jen C

    Jen C wrote:

    How did you make the witch legs?

  • Janessa And Adam C

    Janessa And Adam C wrote:

    Where did you get the printables of the wizard of oz charcters

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    Amy N wrote:

    I bought them at amazon.com!

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    Amy N wrote:

    I used playpatterns.net (Antionette Swetledge) for the props of the characters!

  • Janessa And Adam C

    Janessa And Adam C wrote:

    thank you!

  • Janessa And Adam C

    Janessa And Adam C wrote:

    do you no whatit was listed under because i can not find any wizard of oz! oh no!

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    Amy N wrote:

    I would just email her and ask. That is what I did! She is wonderful to work with! She gave me the options of the real characters from the movie or the computer generated characters that I used! She has everything! Hope this helps!

  • Nelly S

    Nelly S wrote:

    Your whole party was adorable! I was hoping you could give me info on where you got the beautiful tablecloth?

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    Amy N wrote:

    I found it on ETSY. :)

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    Janelle E wrote:

    Can you tell me where you got these standing characters?

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    Amy N wrote:

    I bought them at playpatterns.net!Antionette Swetledge is wonderful to work with!

  • Stacy C

    Stacy C wrote:

    love, love, love the entire party! details are everything and you nailed it! I am planning a Wizard of Oz party in January but in CT...and indoors at a bounce town place. What did you put inside the goody bags? (boys and girls) Thank you :)

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    Amy N wrote:

    I had placed a blue and white gingham fabric square in the bottom of each basket and filled with skittles and a rainbow lollipop. also think I put a mini bubble wand and a star wand in it. The baskets were small. The main favor was the aprons for the girls and the courage badges for the boys. Thanks for your kind words.

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    Monica N wrote:

    Where did you get the aprons?

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    Amy N wrote:

    I bought the aprons on ETSY. The store was Josettesaprons

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