Sebastian's Mickey Mouse 2nd Birthday Party

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    Hot Dogs with all the toppings!

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17 comments

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    Cristle M wrote:

    Were can i get this party stuff

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    Stephanie S wrote:

    Great party! Where did you get the Mickey Ears?

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    Letitia C wrote:

    cute, how did u make the bags.please let me know at pennywell152@bellsouth.net

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    Gracie F wrote:

    We're did you gt the Mickey center pieces ?

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    Tatiana B wrote:

    Almost everything from this party was hand made. I made the Mickey ears with birthday headbands I got at the Dollar Tree. I undid the staples and stapled the circles with tabs for the ears. The centerpieces were styrofoam balls spray painted black. I used toothpicks to attach the ears to the head. The head is attached to a wooden skewer which is also spray painted black. The clay pots are from Michael's which were spray painted red. I glued buttons to the pot and used another piece of styrofoam in the pot to keep in place and stuffed with paper shreds also from the dollar store.

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    Lizzette H wrote:

    Hi there! did you make the ears or did you purchase them?

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    Stefani P wrote:

    I so need to know how you did the mickey mouse ears. I am on a budget and need to make a lot of ears. thanks so much

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    Tatiana B wrote:

    I made the Mickey ears with happy birthday headbands I got at the Dollar Tree. Just use a staple remover to remove the happy birthday sign originally on them. The ears are made with black card stock and were cut with a circle cutter about 3.5 inches in diameter. I left a tab at the bottom so I could staple to the headband. If you don't have a circle cutter, you can just use scissors and find a large cup to trace the circle with. Hope this helps. Good luck with your party.

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    Yolanda M wrote:

    These look fantastic! After many failed attempts to make these, what kind of dipping chocolate did you use and how did you get the stick to hold? Wonderful party

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    Tatiana B wrote:

    I used Wilton candy melts I bought from Michael's. After dipping the Oreo I inserted the stick and placed it on wax paper to let dry. After the chocolate hardens the stick should hold. Good luck!

  • Emineh K

    Emineh K wrote:

    Hello Beautiful job. Can you please tell me or email (kach4mnm@yahoo.com) how you made the treat bags and Happy Birthday banner. Please! Thank you

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    Tatiana B wrote:

    The treat bags are black gift bags I bought from Party City. For the ears, I used a circle cutter or you can trace your own circle and cut from black card stock paper. I also cut red card stock for the pants and used 2 white circles for the buttons. For the banner, I used a template I found online to cut the banner pieces which are made with card stock. The letters are printed from a Disney font I also found online- it's called Waltograph and you can download it for free. Good luck with your party.

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    Pat G wrote:

    Where can I get the water bottles

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    Tatiana B wrote:

    I got the water bottle labels here: http://www.thatswhatchesaid.net/2012/mickey-mouse-water-bottle-wrappers/

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    MarĂ­a R wrote:

    Hi, what kind of spray paint/brand works for the syrofoam balls? I've heard that the chemicals in the spray paint eats the styrofoam.

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    Tatiana B wrote:

    I bought the spray paint at Michael's. I don't remember what brand it was but I did ask an employee that recommended the spray paint that worked best on styrofoam.

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