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My 3 yr old loves Panda Bears, so I had to make up this party to please the birthday princess, so I for Jul 4th ( her b-day) we celebrated with Pandas. Hope you find inspiration for your Panda lover too.
All projects are on budget of $100. I made paper fans from Joanns scrapbook paper. I looks for asian prints. I bought lanterns from dollar tree and the panda puppets. I printed panda feet out of poster boards to post on walls, tables and floor.
I made for the birthday girl a panda print sundress and foam panda visor. The fabric was purchased at Joanns - but it has since been discontinued - boo!
The cake came from Betty Crocker.com everything is on the site for you to follow. I cheated and bought bakery cupcakes for the kids to make their own Panda Bears with junior mints
The food was Pizza (not very asian but Jul 4th the chinese restaurant was closed), asain wings and chinese cole slaw salad (I guessed to recipe from our local Cub Foods Store). And an fruit salad with lime and ginger dressing.
Don't forget the chopsticks and fortune cookies
the birthday girl
cake and cookie and cream ice cream. cupcakes
Activities / Games
no structured activties, the kids just played outside and we did fireworks at dark.
gift opening she got a glo-e Panda Bear - it was a hit
What People Ate
Pizza, asian cole slaw,fruit salad,hot wings - Panda gummys, fortune cookies
What People Drank
Most Touching Moment
singing happy birthday and seeing the look on the b-day girls face at how cool here Panda cake was.
the kids making their own Panda cubs. They really could have cared less about decorating the cupcake - they just wanted to eat it.