I think things went well. Tucker seemed pretty happy with it. The kids were excited for all the sugar (and then they ran around the house like a wackos they are).
Here are a few pics…
The table! Stars are paper ball things were from Oriental Trading. Mickey balloons were from BrithdayExpress.com. Mickey stuff was from party stores around here.
He didn’t smile in the first picture, so I showed it to him and told him to smile. This is what I got (because he’s a goofball).
Didn’t want to buy a Micky pan and have to do all those stars, so I did this. The shape was fine, but the color didn’t work. I’ve used the color spray before and got a deep blue with the blue can, so I thought I could get black with the black spray. Not so much. Oh well. I knew that if I colored all the frosting black all the way through no one would eat it so this was my idea.
Treats and bubba teeth. It’s a fancy combo 🙂
Candy! Mini swirl pops are Oriental Trading and almost everything else is from the candy store. Pinwheels were three for a dollar at the dollar store (and I need to get more because the kids stole them).
Happy guy during the birthday song.
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The boxes were with the cake decorating stuff at Michael’s and the papers were on clearance. I’ve actually had this ribbon for a long time and I got it at Costco. If I’d had more time I probably would have drawn Mickey ears on all the dots (because I’m crazy like that). I cut the tags by hand from white card stock and hand wrote on them. The Mickey is a punch that I got.
This is what was inside. Tucker picked strawberry banana cupcakes and I made my butter cream icing. The toys are all from the party store. I sent the extra dozen cupcakes in so they could have one in class without having to open all the boxes.
Anyway, I’ll post more treats tomorrow!