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My daughter wanted a rainbow and unicorn theme party for her 6th birthday. We served desserts and appetizers, played games, ate sweets and cake & ice cream, and had a really good time on a budget! Everything was homemade and therefore cost very little. It is a party she is sure to remember!
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21 comments

  • Johnnie Anne S

    Johnnie Anne S wrote:

    how do you make these?

  • Heather T

    Heather T wrote:

    I cut oranges in half and hollowed them out. Filled them with Jello and let them set. Then I sliced them into wedges.

  • Angie C

    Angie C wrote:

    is the unicorn image a sticker or something you printed? If printed can you share the image? Thanks

  • Heather T

    Heather T wrote:

    I did a google search for "rainbow unicorn" and went to images. It's one of the first ones. If that doesn't work let me know and I'll see if I saved it on my computer.

  • Natashia F

    Natashia F wrote:

    very nice... looks delish

  • Natashia F

    Natashia F wrote:

    wow this is so original

  • Natashia F

    Natashia F wrote:

    cool

  • Natashia F

    Natashia F wrote:

    your party looked great... im sure your little one aand friends had tons and tons of fun. great job!!

  • Angie C

    Angie C wrote:

    Did you use a normal hairdryer? If not do you think a normal one would work?

  • Angie C

    Angie C wrote:

    are these in the plastic tubes?

  • Angie C

    Angie C wrote:

    how did you do this?

  • Angie C

    Angie C wrote:

    no luck on finding te image. If you have it would you email me? jajmcarter@verizon(dot)net. Thank you so much!!

  • Angie C

    Angie C wrote:

    did you use scrapbook paper nd glue this?

  • Heather T

    Heather T wrote:

    Angie, I emailed you with all of the information I had.

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    Robyn A wrote:

    How do you make the rainbow pebbles Treats?

  • Heather T

    Heather T wrote:

    They are made exactly like rice crispy treats except you use Fruity Pebbles rather than Rice Crispies.

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    Robyn A wrote:

    How do you make these amazing fruity pebbles treats? So cool

  • Heather T

    Heather T wrote:

    Just make them the same way as Rice Crispy Treats except use Fruity Pebbles instead.

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    Deborah S wrote:

    This is the exact party my duaghter wants for her 5th bday! Thank you for sharing and inspiring me! I have really been struggling for fresh and low budget ideas.

  • Heather T

    Heather T wrote:

    I'm glad you found some ideas here! This is the best time of year to get supplies for this party too since all of the back to school supplies are so cheap at Target! Crayons are only 25 cents a box if you are planning to do the crayon melt! All of the hats, etc came from Haloheaven.com. They are super inexpensive too! Have fun!

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    Lynne C wrote:

    Great idea!

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