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Star Wars/Astronomy Party at Pottery Barn Kids - Space, Star Wars, Astronomy
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  • 17 September 2011
  • Pottery Barn Kids / Chandler / Arizona / United States
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The Dessert Table
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Last minute garland with leftover materials
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Galactic Cookies
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sparkling pretzel lightsabers (VERY popular)
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Glowing candy meteorites
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Peanut Butter Planet Pops

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Teri W says...

@ 12:41 on Feb 14, 2012

Hi, Could you please give me the instructions on how to make the glitter light sabers and the stellar play dough...Your are so creative! Thanks, Teri

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Teri W says...

@ 12:42 on Feb 14, 2012

are the shooting star lollipops edible? wow! If they are, could I also get instructions to make those as well...Thanks so much! -Teri

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Nicole W says...

@ 21:24 on Feb 14, 2012

Yes, the shooting star lollipops are edible! They're pressed sugar embellished with disco dust (edible glitter). Follow the method shown on my blog here: http://tradewindtiaras.blogspot.com/2011/06/diy-project-how-to-make-molded-sugar.html . The glitter play dough is available here: http://tradewindtiaras.blogspot.com/2011/10/diy-project-how-to-make-glitter.html . I don't have a tutorial for the light sabers, but I just dipped pretzels in colored chocolate and sprinkled with disco dust, then made a little fondant handle.

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