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Nina`s 2nd Paul Frank Birthday Party

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Nina`s 2nd Paul Frank Birthday Party was fun. She loved this monkey ever since she turned one. One day I caught her kissing her tee shirt which had this monkey on it and that's how I came up with her second birthday theme. The party was fun and Nina enjoyed the most. I made all the decorations, favor bags, brownie holders and the lollipops myself. We had 50 adults and 20 kids and they all had a ball.

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Party Highlights

  • Desserts

    Paul Frank Cake, Brownies

  • Activities / Games

    Clown who made balloon animals and a magic show.

  • Party Favors

    Paul Frank stickers, Felt pencil, rubber glow balls, bubble maker and chocolates

  • Best Moment

    When Nina saw the hall decorated with Paul Frank goodies. She screamed in delight.

  • What People Ate

    Turkey Rollers, Kettle Corn Popcorn, Chocolate chip cookies, Meatballs, Spring rolls, Chips-Salsa, Pizza

  • What People Drank

    Punch,Chocolate milk, soda, tea and coffee

  • Most Touching Moment

    When Nina came and hugged her mom, saying " Thank You mama. I love you" Its so nice!!"

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2 comments

  • Carrie O

    Carrie O wrote:

    Can you give me some advice on how you made the favor bags, brownie holders and the lollipops? Thanks!

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    Sue K wrote:

    Hi Carrie, All of the stuff was very simple to make. Favor Bags - I got a pack of 12 yellow colored paper bags from Michaels. Made copies of Paul Frank logo I got from Etsy and then cut and pasted blue polka dot 2 inch ribbon (which I had from baby shower) at the bottom of the bag. Lastly, put a clothes-clip to close the bag. For the brownie holders - First I cut off the ends of earbuds and stuck one end of them with round shape foam stickers from Michaels. I put Paul Frank stickers (from Target) on the foam sticker and stuck them on the ear buds. The other end of the ear bud goes into the brownie. For the lollipops - I bought raspberry marshmallow lollipops from Michaels and then stuck Paul Frank stickers on them. Tied a simple red ribbon for the finishing touch. Hope this helps..