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The backdrop was a tablecloth I scored at Target for 90% off! The donut
Since this was an early morning party I thought donuts instead of cake would be fitting
Breakfast Burritos for the adults and Silver Dollar Pancakes on Skewers for the kids
I made the easels from colored popsicle sticks...the chaulk boards I purchased off of Amazon
various colored tableware was from Walmart @ $1 a pack
Got all the supplies for these from Joann's when they had a 75% off sale!



Katie O says...

@ 23:14 on Aug 15, 2011

I LOVE THIS! Seriously, you're brilliant! The backdrop is AMAZING with those paint cans! Truly inspired! And I love the breakfast part of it! Seriously, I am just in love with it.


Tiffany H says...

@ 05:02 on Aug 16, 2011

Thank you Katie! I confess that this very site was the inspiration for MOST of my ideas!! LOVE Catch My Party!!


Christine W says...

@ 12:15 on Feb 18, 2012

Can you tell me how you managed to suspend the paint cans? I am having an art party for my son next month and love how you set up the table with the cans of paint. Sooo colorful. Just love it.


Jamie S says...

@ 17:25 on Jul 05, 2012

Favors_thumb How did you make these? They are adorable!


Tiffany H says...

@ 20:30 on Jul 05, 2012

Favors_thumb I used Wilton candy melts and a piping bag. Drew the shape on the back if the wax paper the flipped it and piped the melted chocolate on. The colored "paint" are m&ms :)


Patty H says...

@ 12:23 on Jan 30, 2013

How did you suspend the paint cans?


Amy A says...

@ 04:56 on Feb 06, 2014

Tessa_s_3rd_birthday_party_2011_020_thumb hi I would love to know how to make the pouring paint cans as centerpieces -

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