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My son was MONKEY CRAZY at age 2. We read Curious George books, watched the PBS show, and saw the movie. He was not monkeying around come birthday time. He went banannas for this Curious George inspired birthday party!

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Party Highlights

  • Desserts

    Bananna birthday cake

  • Activities / Games

    Pinata and pin the birthday hat on Curious George

  • What People Ate

    We ate "concession foods" like hot dogs, hamburgers, brats, and picnic foods like potato salad, deviled eggs, fruit, and chocolate covered bananas.

  • What People Drank

    The adults indulged in beer and wine while the kids had juice boxes

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8 comments

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    Terica A wrote:

    hey, well look who i find :o) its me terica, Tyesmommy from cafemom

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    Terica A wrote:

    I so need to make me some of these, can I take them apart later and store them?

  • Christina P

    Christina P wrote:

    Hi Terica! Welcome to Catch My Party! You will LOVE this party site. It is my new addiction. ;) Christina

  • Christina P

    Christina P wrote:

    Ours are stacked in our garage. That's the nice thing about furniture made out of pickle buckets! LOL They are kind of a pain to make, but once you have them the hard work is over. I also love the fact that they can grow with the size of the kids. If the table is too low or the stool too short, just add another pickle bucket to give it lift. FABULOUS!

  • Glitz N G

    Glitz N G wrote:

    love this! where did you get the outfits?

  • Christina P

    Christina P wrote:

    Hi! I got the Man in the Yellow Hat costume from Ebay. A friend had the Curious George costume my daughter is wearing. Luke, the birthday boy, is wearing an outfit from Gymboree and a C.G. mask from the party store. I would try eBay first if you are looking for any of these costumes. Thanks for asking! Happy holidays, Christina

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    Michelle F wrote:

    Pleeease tell me where u found these fabulous decorations, ie the awesome trees!???

  • Christina P

    Christina P wrote:

    Hi Michelle! I wish I could give you an exact answer, but I actually "borrowed" the trees from my friend's mother-in-law. She has them throughout her home. While she vacationed in FL for the winter, my friend Paula and I took Paula's mini-van over to her MIL's house and we cleaned her out for the party! lol I am sure you can find them at stores like Target http://www.target.com/s?searchTerm=artificial+ficus+tree&category=0%7CAll%7Cmatchallany%7Call+categories or Home Depot http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Search?keyword=ficus+tree&selectedCatgry=SEARCH+ALL&langId=-1&storeId=10051&catalogId=10053&Ntpc=1&Ntpr=1 However, I think your best bet is to ask family and friends. I bet you will find a few to "borrow" on your own. Happy hunting! Christina