Amy N created
Celeste S says...
@ 05:02 on Apr 16, 2013
I love this party. I am from Tallahassee too and would love to ask you a few questions!
Jeremy N Brittany B says...
@ 14:45 on Jul 15, 2013
what are these?
@ 14:46 on Jul 15, 2013
Did you make this or did you buy this somewhere?
@ 14:47 on Jul 15, 2013
Same thing did you make or buy this? If you bought it where did you get it from?
@ 14:48 on Jul 15, 2013
hehe this is cute too :) Again, can you tell me where you got it? Sorry, I'm stationed in Germany and can't just go to stores and look like back stateside :)
@ 14:49 on Jul 15, 2013
what are those?
Amy N says...
@ 18:25 on Jul 15, 2013
They are gum balls :)
@ 18:27 on Jul 15, 2013
They are gummy snails. I believe Hairbo was the company who makes them. I googled gummy snails.
@ 18:28 on Jul 15, 2013
I wish I could take credit for this one. My sister in law painted it on banner paper. Then I glue it to two snowboards taped end to end together. The dimensions fit perfect in my doorframe. I cut out the center for the dog door.
@ 18:29 on Jul 15, 2013
That should have read showboards.
@ 18:32 on Jul 15, 2013
This was a bit challenging. I took wood letters and experimented with glue and moss. The end result I used hot glue....it was the only thing that worked. I would drizzle hot glue on the letter and then dip it in a bag full of loose moss. It took several coats. It was a labor of love but turned out so cool. I hot glued it to my walls.....I know. Thankfully my walls look fine today! :)
@ 18:34 on Jul 15, 2013
This I ordered on ETSY! Vinyl letters...easy on not so easy off! I had to reprint some spots. All for a look! Ha
Kris F says...
@ 16:46 on Aug 06, 2013
do you have a template for these snails? they are adorable
@ 13:06 on Aug 12, 2013
No I created it by drawing a snail shape (that seen in green) on cardstock. Then I cut one inch wide blue strips in varying lengths. I hot glued them all together and then added the m and m tin in the center. Hope this helps! Thanks!
@ 12:37 on Aug 31, 2013
what did you use for the pond punch? I was thinking grape kool-aid?
@ 13:32 on Aug 31, 2013
oh and how did you get them on the ball? DId you just hot glue them and use it as a decoration piece or did you find another way for them to stick so people could still use the gum balls?
@ 16:04 on Aug 31, 2013
I actually used apple juice and used a few drops of food coloring! I think grape juice would be just perfect though.
@ 16:05 on Aug 31, 2013
I used hot glue on a styro ball. I added them one at a time trying to alternate colors. This was a fun project but definitely not edible or salvageable. One thing I wish I would have done in hindsight is paint the styro ball green first. That way no white would show.
Allison H says...
@ 13:28 on Sep 05, 2013
Where did you find the doggie balloons and grass?
@ 12:05 on Sep 06, 2013
I bought the balloon animals at chasing_fireflies.net and the grass I bought at stumps.com or shindigs.com. But I bet if you google you can find them in other areas.