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Monday, March 10, 2014

FREEBIE - DIY St. Patrick's Day Party Hats

Oh My Lucky Charms! St. Patrick's Day is just around the corner, but you still have time to get in the spirit with these DIY Leprechaun Party Hats!  Great for a party or classroom activity!



What you will need:
Scissors
8.5 x 11 Paper
Printer
Tape or Glue
Free Downloadable File

Adobe Acrobat Reader required, which can be downloaded for free at www.adobe.com

Thanks for visiting! Enjoy!



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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Yee Haw! Cowboy Hay Stacks - Dessert Recipe

It's Party Tip Tuesday over at Moms and Munchkins where I'm sharing my friend Jamie's delicious recipe for Cowboy Hay Stacks!  Mosey on over and take a look see! They were a hit at Liam's Round Up!



While you're there, be sure to check out the Farm Animal Party Cheryl created for her little guy!

Thanks for visiting!





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Monday, February 24, 2014

DIY Hobby Horse Bubble Wands

Last week I shared many details from my son's recent Cowboy birthday party (Liam's Round Up) including the handmade Hobby Horse Bubble Wands.  These party favors came about a bit by accident, I was perusing the internet on the search for a free Hobby Horse pattern and came upon the wonderful tutorial by Hopeful Homemaker.  I thought how cute would my dessert table look with miniature Hobby Horses on display? Well, one idea evolved to another and I ended up with Hobby Horse Bubble Wands!




Instructions:
Visit the Hopeful Homemaker's blog and follow the wonderfully detailed "How to Make a Stick Horse" directions with the following exceptions:
  1. DO NOT enlarge the Hopeful Homemaker's pattern, just print at 100%.
  2. I decided on minky fleece and yarn, instead of felt because that's what we had readily available. However you can use almost any fabric you want if you use yarn as the mane.  You could even use bandanna fabric, how cute would that be?
  3. Substitute a bubble wand for the dowel.
  4. Tie the stuffed horse head to the bubble wand with a scrap of fabric, do not glue it on. This allows the head to be removable so it doesn't get wet when the kids blow bubbles.


Giddy Up! Now the whole gang can ride off into the sunset with their new Hobby Horse Bubble Wands!



Have fun and thanks for visiting!










This tutorial and corresponding instructions are intended for personal use only. Not for commercial use. 

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