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Miranda's Lalaloopsy party was a huge success! I used a lot of ideas I found online, including in this blog and came up with a few myself.
This party inspired me to open my own Etsy shop selling printables and party plans!
When they decided they all wanted to do a red-carpet walk with their jewelry and face paint on.
When the kids improvised by taking the craft yarn and tangling themselves all up in it.
My daughter of course! She was dressed like Crumbs Sugar Cookie
Banana Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies Swirly Cookie Pops
Take home crafts that they made including Lalaloopsy masks, DIY Lalaloopsy paper dolls, button jewelry. Plus everyone got a flying disc made to look like a button with 4 dot stickers made to look like button holes.
Activities / Games
Sew-Fun Party Pass: All guests received a party pass to hang around their neck and a bag for all their prizes and crafts. They could do any of the activities on the pass that are “on your own” at any time. Organized activities were be done as a group. Activities included: ---Patch’s Button Hunt ---Lalahoopsy: Throw hoops over targets ---Spot’s Craft Corner ----Make your own masks ---DIY Lalaloopsy Paper Doll ---Pin The Silly Hair on Harmony ---Charlotte’s Face Painting Stop ---Jewel’s Jewelry Junction: make your own jewelry
What People Ate
Button Sandwiches Mac and Cheese (Flower Shaped Pasta) Chicken Fingers
What People Drank
Pink Punch Juice Boxes
As a result of this party and people telling me "you should do this professionally" I began selling party printables and party plans on Etsy! I love being able to customize items to help people everywhere personalize their parties!