Monday, June 11, 2012

These aren’t the droids you’re looking for…


Star Wars Party, Part 2. Come on in and join the party!
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The sign on the door and the Yoda canvas were made with my handy dandy Silhouette SD and a free jedi font. The poster used to be in our game room, until we downsized. And since Logan is wanting a SW themed room, the signs, and posters will be re-used!
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The “Cloud City Cakes” were topped with a light grey icing, white chocolate Legos (mold from Amazon), and flags from the stickers.
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The boys made light sabers from pool noodles and duck tape. I made a back drop from $1/yd WalMart fabric, glitter glue and cut outs of  a Death Star and Tie Fighters. The Jedi robe was repurposed from Mr. Whimsy’s Monk costume.
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Getting the party favors, along with the paper goods, mostly just “happened.” The stickers were with the Hallmark party supplies at WalMart. Also at WalMart, I found the mini Lego sets and then after Easter, the Easter Eggs on clearance. The Star Wars fruit snacks came from Kroger.
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I picked up plain goody bags, made tags in Word, and glued the tags to the Lego paper.
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And then upon completion of their Jedi training, each Padawan received a certificate.
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I had so much fun planning Master Whimsy’s party! Next I will show you what I did for Pagie’s pre-K graduation!
Have a great week!
Love, Whyt

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2 comments:

  1. Cassie, The boys had a blast! And when your 8 yo says it was the best day ever, well, what's a momma to do?!?!

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