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Crafts, cake and fun!

Idea

Party Highlights

  • Desserts

    6 Layer Rainbow Cake, Chocolate Covered Paint Brush Pretzels, Rice Crispy Bar Paint Brushes, Rainbow Pudding Cups, Rainbow Popcorn

  • Party Favors

    Art Supplies

  • Activities / Games

    Canvas Art, Self Portrait & Made Candy Necklaces

  • What People Ate

    Nacho Bar, Salad, Taquitos, Flauntas, Fruit Salad, Beans, Rice

  • What People Drank

    Punch

  • Best Moment

    The Rainbow Cake!

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31 comments

  • Marylee L

    Marylee L wrote:

    I would love to do this.. how do I do it?

  • Alixandria A

    Alixandria A wrote:

    I LOVE this and my daughter does, too. She has decided to do this for her birthday and I'm wondering if you can tell me where you got your printables from? Did you make them yourself and if so which font did you use?

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    Robin R wrote:

    Same question? Loved this party and idea!

  • Rene C

    Rene C wrote:

    Love the party - how did you manage to get the paint cans to stay on their sides mid air?

  • Cynthia L

    Cynthia L wrote:

    I love the paint can!

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    Joe A wrote:

    Love this party look and style....Having an art party this week for our kids 5th birthday. Could really use your help. Where can we buy the printables? Would love to get these ideas out.

  • Harmommy5

    Harmommy5 wrote:

    I used Power Point to create the signs. I also used free clip art I found on line. I used the following fonts: KG Only*Hope & Juice ITC For the "floating paint cans" I used a bucket, some rocks and a wooden dowel. I positioned the dowel in the bucket. Placed rocks in the bucket to keep the dowel vertical. Draped a Dollar Tree plastic table cloth over the dowel and then hung the paint bucket on top of the dowel. No glue needed! It was really easy and pretty inexpensive.

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    Jodi H wrote:

    the sour cream and the guacamole dip are mixed up lol Love this idea.

  • Alixandria A

    Alixandria A wrote:

    Thank you SO much!! Her birthday is this coming Saturday and it's going to be AWESOME! :D

  • Amy H

    Amy H wrote:

    Great party! What exactly is in the edible art kit?

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    Tina W wrote:

    LOVE this party! The paint can contraption is genius! My husband will be so happy I don't have to put (more) holes in the ceiling. Thanks for the font breakdown too. I'm sure your daughter and her friends totally had a great time.

  • Harmommy5

    Harmommy5 wrote:

    The Edible Art Kit made candy necklaces. Gummy lifesavers and fruit cereal rings. Easy and fun for the kids!

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    Shital R wrote:

    I love your art party theme. I wanted to know where you bought the paint palettes and how did you make the rainbow popcorn? Did you add food coloring to the popcorn once it popped?

  • Harmommy5

    Harmommy5 wrote:

    Thank you so much! I ordered the paint pallets from Amazon and the popcorn, too! I just did not have enough time to make my own popcorn. I saw several recipes on Pinterest on how to make it with jello powder so that each color has a different flavor.

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    Shital R wrote:

    Thanks so much!

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    Heather B wrote:

    Love this party! Where did you get the rainbow plates from,

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    Amber W wrote:

    Where did you happen to get the sprinkles for the cake? I am looking for large, round sprinkles for a polka dot themed party and can't seem to find them. Thanks!

  • Harmommy5

    Harmommy5 wrote:

    I bought the rainbow plates from Party City and the sprinkles from Michael's or JoAnn Fabrics.

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    Alice M wrote:

    Did you just color regular vanilla or white chocolate pudding?

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    Alice M wrote:

    Would love to know how you made the paint cans stand up. Dowel? Thanks!

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    Alice M wrote:

    What a great party!

  • Harmommy5

    Harmommy5 wrote:

    I just used colored cereal rings, gummy rings, etc and plastic jewelry string.

  • Harmommy5

    Harmommy5 wrote:

    Exactly! I used a dowel and stuck it in a foam block from the $ Tree. Then I put it into a box with some rocks in it to keep it steady. Super easy :)

  • Harmommy5

    Harmommy5 wrote:

    Oops! Ha ha ha...

  • Harmommy5

    Harmommy5 wrote:

    Thank you!

  • Harmommy5

    Harmommy5 wrote:

    Yes, vanilla pudding with food coloring.

  • Jennifer V

    Jennifer V wrote:

    Did you make the self portrait printable yourself? Love it! Is it just an 8.5x11 horizontal?

  • Harmommy5

    Harmommy5 wrote:

    Yes I did. Yes, it's looks bigger in the picture, but it was just an 8.5x11 paper.

  • Catrina W

    Catrina W wrote:

    Where did you find the paint trays?

  • Harmommy5

    Harmommy5 wrote:

    I bought the paint trays at Michael's.

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    Meredith B wrote:

    Is any of your paper signage for sale?

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