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    Jennifer H wrote:

    I had a local shop embroider my daughter's name on the onesie and then I ironed on ribbon and decals.

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    Jennifer H wrote:

    Pinwheels from $ store

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    Jennifer H wrote:

    Bib & bloomers I made. You can find the leggings, bib and bloomers at Hobby Lobby for cheap!

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    Jennifer H wrote:

    I started planning this birthday months in advance, so I was able to grow real grass. Stuck in my favorite photos of my daughter for centerpieces

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    Jennifer H wrote:

    Cut out a number one from poster board and covered with thick butcher paper and decorated

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    Jennifer H wrote:

    The large leaves are from IKEA

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    Jennifer H wrote:

    $ store finds, still tried to stay with ladybug theme

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    Jennifer H wrote:

    Birthday cake and smash cake

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    Jennifer H wrote:

    I made ladybug cupcake stands. Filled old babyfood jars with peanut M&Ms for favors

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    Jennifer H wrote:

    IKEA leaves, home made #1, and I made the balloon towers.

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    Jennifer H wrote:

    Very easy...blew up balloons and taped them to PVC pipe. The top ballon is filled with helium

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    Jennifer H wrote:

    Free candy printable, printed on big white label paper, mints from Sams club

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    Jennifer H wrote:

    Put milk chocolate chips in strawberries for more of a "labybug" effect. Next time, I would use smaller chocolate chips!

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    Jennifer H wrote:

    I found a free water bottle template and made it my own!

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    Jennifer H wrote:

    "Bug juice" - grass and wooden ladybug in the bottom

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    Jennifer H wrote:

    Babybel cheese... didn't have time to poke holes in it to make it look like spots

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    Jennifer H wrote:

    Blew up large photo from Costco for center, found ladybug clings at Meijer. This whole theme was inspired by "Ten Little Ladybug" book

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    Jennifer H wrote:

    Spray painted clothes pins white and put on foam sticker ladybugs

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    Jennifer H wrote:

    Patch of grass (rug) from IKEA, wings from $ store (put black dots on), party hat from Oriental Trading for $3-4!

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    Kim J wrote:

    Love this!!

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    Kim J wrote:

    how did you make the balloon towers?

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    Jennifer H wrote:

    Really it's just balloons, tape and PVC pipe. I bought PVC pipe for $2 at Home Depot. The base is actually some old speaker stands that the pipe fit perfectly over, but you can probably make a base to hold the pipe. Then I blew up balloons and just taped the ends to the pipe. The top ladybug balloons are filled with helium and I just taped the string to them on. I made this the night before and it took me a little over an hour. It was actually quite quick. Good luck!

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