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I am by no means a cake making professional.  However I LOVE making and eating cakes.  The majority of the time I use boxed cake mixes.  Usually this is because I have lots of treats to make for my son’s birthday and I am trying to save on time.  Every once in awhile, it is nice to slow down and take the time and make a cake from scratch.  Today we are going to look back over a few of the more FUN cakes and cupcakes I have made.

This first cake I made for bunko.  It was the second time I tried to do block cakes.  I like tender, moist cakes and those tend to crumb up when you ice them.  That’s what happened with these cakes, they sort of crumbled.  So while they do not have clean edges, it still turned out cute.

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These cupcakes I made were for the Christmas party at my son’s school.  They took a little extra time to creat but were pretty easy overall and looked amazing!

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The style of these next cupcakes were for showers.  I found this idea while browsing pinterest for ideas.  The first set were for a baby shower and the second for a bridal shower.  In case you were wondering, yes….it is a pain in the behind to tie all those little ribbons on the cupcakes.  Though after awhile you can find your rhythm.  And of course you must match your frosting to your ribbon string for a full effect.

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Sometimes simple is better, especially when it is for a class party.  Grocery stores sell some very cute kits to quickly decorate cupcakes if you are tight on time.  The ones below came with the picks, sprinkles and cupcake liners that I matched with store bought confetti cake and matching frosting.

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For some reason, teachers are always associated with apples.  So what better treat to make for teachers than these apple cupcakes.  These ones weren’t actually apple flavored but I am sure you could work that in.

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This next cake turned out so pretty.  I found the cake idea while sitting browsing a magazine at the doctor’s office.  Isn’t that where you find some of the best recipes??  I made it for a 4th of July BBQ.  To me watermelon and BBQ go hand in hand!

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The next cupcakes I made for an end of school year swim party.  Both the apple cupcakes above and these cupcakes were found in the book, What’s New Cupcake?  This book is full of fun ideas, some more difficult than others but worth the effort.  These were just too cute!

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This next cupcake was another pinterest find.  My husband loves to fish and this was an easy way to get my young son involved in decorating the cupcakes.  He put the pretzels on then I would draw the fishing line and then he placed the fish.  My husband loved them!

IMAG0716Next is the infamous Kit Kat Cake, perhaps one of my best pinterest finds.  I first made this cake for a birthday party for my friend’s daughter.  She was protective of the cake and was upset when her grandfather asked me to make one for another party.  I have made four total with cake #5 set to be made this Friday for a dessert auction.  I may just have to buy it myself.

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The first time I made the cake using vanilla cake and chocolate frosting.  The birthday girl wanted a rainbow cake.  I am a lover of chocolate and I found that using a chocolate frosting was just too much.  So I now make them using Duff’s Zebra cake mix and vanilla frosting unless otherwise requested.  As far as cake mixes go, his products are the best!

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We made one for the teachers of his preschool when we were leaving the school.

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And yet another for a friend’s BIG 3-0!! (my son: the master at photo-bombing)

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Ok- so maybe this isn’t technically a cake, but I did use a bundt pan so I am counting it.  I found this idea on Pinterest.  I don’t really look anywhere else these days for inspiration.  Why should I when I get Pinspiration?  Pretty basic cake: rice krispy treats with M&Ms mixed in at the last minute so they don’t melt.  Then you push the mixture into a greased bundt pan.  Once set, turn it out and drizzle in the chocolate of your choice.  This Christmas dessert went fast.

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The next is a very simple yet lovely looking cake for a school Valentine’s party.  I took cake mix and baked one square and one round cake.  You cut the round cake in half and put each half one side of the square to make a heart shape.  Then frost and decorate.  For this one I also dyed the cake pix hot pink using Duff’s Electric Color Gels.

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The next cake is the prettiest cake I ever made.  Of course I had the help of my husband who helped me cut the layers of the cake.  The rest was all me, and Martha of course.  This recipe was found through a google search.  I came across Martha Stewart’s recipe for Ultimate Coconut Cake.  I almost didn’t make this cake.  It is a very intimidating recipe and there are a lot of steps.  It was worth it.  This cake was a thing of beauty.

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For a friend’s birthday, I took the same cake but used chocolate frosting instead.  It was tasty too, no real coconut this time.

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My friend threw her daughter a roller skating party last year, like real skates not blades.  I had recently ordered the Pampered Chef Easy Accent Decorator.  So this was my first time piping.  For fun accents I used the Duff’s Stuff  Cake Tattoos.  The skates were a bit more difficult.  Most things I came across used the Wilton Skate Cake Mold.  Then after some random searching, I came across a project to teach a child to learn how to tie shoelaces.  So I followed the project to make the shoe part of the skates.  I used chocolate donuts for the wheels and marshmallows as stoppers.  Then I found those awesome glow in the dark shoelaces.  This cake was a hit!

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The next cake was made by request.  It was just a “please make me a cake for my birthday.”  So I had the freedom to create anything. Since this was for a 10th birthday, I wanted something fun but not childish.  After searching Pinterest, again, I blended two ideas together.  I decided on a purple hombre cake surrounded in sprinkles.  The birthday girl loved it!

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This year for Christmas, I found this cake on guess where????  That’s right, Pinterest!  I actually made it incorrectly and had to run to get more cake mix.  I had accidentally used black food coloring instead of green.  Oops!  Take the time and read the labels.  Lessoned learned.  I loved this cake!!

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This last item isn’t really a cake but it is made with cake batter and was too good not to share…  Cake Batter Blondies!!  Try them out today!

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As you can see, I like to have fun with baking.  If you’ve been wanting to try a new recipe, I say go for it!  Baking brings people together, so heat up your oven and invite some friends over.

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The saying is true.  The best things in life are free.  Friendship and love are two things that are incredible!  And both must be freely given.  If they aren’t, then it isn’t friendship and love.  For me,  baking is a way to show my love to my friends.  I love baking.  It could be my love of carbs and sugar but I love to bake.  I don’t understand when someone says they don’t like sweets.  DOES NOT COMPUTE!  How can someone not like sweets?  But I don’t like mushrooms or black olives, maybe it is the same kind of thing.

Last week I posted a couple of baking recipes, one for M&M Cookies and one for Sweet Potato Bread.  You can check out last week’s post for reviews on both!  During this past week, a customer dropped off a crate of raspberries and blackberries at my husband’s workplace.  So he brought some home and asked, “can you do anything with these?”  My first thought was my favorite Berry Cakes with Cinnamon Whipped Cream.  However I didn’t feel like whipping cream and I wanted to try something new. (Though these cakes are marvelous and super easy to prepare.)

So I did what anyone would do, I searched Pinterest.  I love being able to see pictures of the recipes first.  After filtering through a few different posts I came across this one for Mixed Berry Clafoutis. (I think you say it like clay-foo-tee, I don’t really know.)  This recipe looked easy enough, it came from an amazing blogger who created both the M&M Cookie recipe and the Sweet Potato Bread, and I had everything on hand.  Let me tell you—these are AMAZING!!!  Such a fancy name for such an easy dessert!  I think I used too many berries in mine, I know I used over the two cups that was called for in the recipe.  And they could have been cut in half.  It doesn’t really matter.  They are delectable and delicious served both warm as intended and completely cold straight from the fridge.  TRY THEM TODAY!!!!!

Mixed Berry Clafoutis

Mixed Berry Clafoutis

And while you are munching on these tasty little goodies, check out these ideas for dinner:

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FRIDAY

SMOOTHIE: Peach Monster Smoothie

DINNER: new recipe alert!!!  We are going to try Pizza Arrabbiata from this month’s Cooking Light Magazine.  Spicy pizza with pancetta sounds like a win to me!  I will serve a mixed green salad with balsamic vinaigrette alongside.

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SATURDAY

SMOOTHIE: Slammin Sunrise Green Smoothie

Slammin Sunrise Berry Blast Monster Smoothie

Slammin Sunrise Berry Blast Monster Smoothie

DINNER: My husband has a class on this day so we it will be a little bit of a mix and match meal.  Everyone will get an artichoke for dinner.  I have a huge pot that I am able to steam 3-4 artichokes in.  I love it.  I serve artichokes with my everything sauce (recipe to follow).  To go along with the artichokes I will have Banging Shrimp, I will make my husband a burger slider, and my son will get a corn dog.  Favorites all around!

EVERYTHING SAUCE (I can eat this with almost everything!)

Equal parts sour cream and mayonnaise, blended chipotles in adobo to taste, a pinch of salt and a splash of lime juice.  Stir together until combined.  It can be eaten immediately but is better over time.

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SUNDAY

SMOOTHIE: Banana Fudge Smoothie with a touch of peanut butter

DINNER:  My husband had a meat guy come by his work last week.  This is the third time this salesman has stopped by.  The first time we were a bit skeptical but we still purchased some salami and summer sausage.

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Salami, Summer Sausage and Crusty Bread

OMG!!!  This meat is amazing!!  The second time the guy stopped by we just got summer sausage.  We were still working on the salami chunk.  My son LOVES the summer sausage.  So this time we grabbed two summer sausages since we go through it so fast.  We just finished the salami but opted not to get that.  However, when my husband came home form work, I saw that he got hot links.  The thing is, this salesman is like a wholesaler.  You don’t just get a few links.  You get about 20.

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Two Summer Sausages and Hot Links!

So for this night, I will boil then grill the hot links and serve them with grilled onions on a nice roll.  To offset the heat a bit, I will serve the Cucumber Salad with the links.

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MONDAY

SMOOTHIE:  Banana Berry Monster Smoothie

Banana Berry Smoothie

Banana Berry Smoothie

DINNER:  new recipe alert!!!  This one looks good and came with the title FOOL-PROOF!  So why not give it a try.  Fool-proof Turkey Meatloaf and I will serve it with Perfect Mashed Sweet Potatoes and maybe some broccoli.

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TUESDAY

SMOOTHIE: none

DINNER: A grilling favorite that I haven’t made in FOREVER!!!!  Grilled Chicken Kabobs.  But these aren’t normal chicken kabobs.  Oh no!!!  They are bacon smothered chicken kabobs.  You put the bacon in a food processor then cover the chicken with the yummy bacon bits.  This ensures nice juicy chicken and crispy bacon in nearly every bite!!  For the veggies I just have them sit in a little bit of olive oil, salt and pepper.

Grilled Chicken Kabobs

Grilled Chicken Kabobs

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WEDNESDAY

SMOOTHIE: Cinnamon Apple Monster Smoothie

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Cinnamon apple smoothie with a touch of whipped cream

DINNER: leftovers

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THURSDAY

SMOOTHIE: none

DINNER: leftover

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With all the baking I have done in the last week or so I don’t know if I will be trying anything new this upcoming week.  It’s been awhile since I experimented with a savory crusty bread but I don’t see one working out with the dinners I have planned.  I know I don’t need anymore cookies or sweets for awhile.  Who knows?  I am sure something will pop up that I just HAVE to make!

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Every now and again I am going to post an article on Pinterest hits and misses.  These will all be my opinion only.  So any mistakes I made are mine and mine alone.

Those of us who are fans of Pinterest know what it is like.  You see a pin, be it recipe or craft, read the directions and think no problem! That looks so EASY!!!  Only to have it fail, miserably.  Sometimes you succeed beyond your wildest imaginations!!!  And sometimes you may go, “eh…it worked out but not worth the trouble.”

I am a Pinterest addict.  And no, I do not want to seek help for my addiction.  I wear it proudly.  The only problem I find is that there is not nearly enough time (or calories) in the day to make and eat all the food I pin, or all the crafts, or to buy all the outfits.  And that is just the tip of the iceberg.  I thought every once in awhile we could gather here and discuss some pins I have tried.  I am happy to say I have had way more successes than failures.  Most of my failures have been recipes and that could also be attributed to personal taste.  I won’t highlight those.  But other times…like today’s failure, is actually quite easy to laugh at.

I saw this post about skinnytaste’s chocolate covered bananas.  They looked SO good and it was a hot day and these were a skinny version!!!  Win all around.  And they tasted amazing.  They just didn’t look so pretty.

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So now on to my first HIT aka success.  I chose this one because it was one of the first pinterest crafts I ever attempted.  This particular craft used to show up on pinterest ALL THE TIME.  Now as Pinterest gets many more users, I see it less and less.  The pin itself states that if you do this to your iPhone/iPod headphones, they will not get tangled.

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AND HERE IS MY VERSION:

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I get compliments on these all the time.  You might notice some tape at the bottom.  Since I used metallic thread, it didn’t stay in a knot as normal string would have.  I did buy regular string to make my son a pair of these headphones but I have yet to start the project.  For starters, he doesn’t use these kind of headphones.  And secondly, they took FOREVER!!!  Ok, maybe not forever.  It just seemed that way.  It could have been because of the metallic string.  I think it would go quicker if I was using various colors.  I did buy normal string in camouflage colors.  I still plan to do it one day.  And in case you were wondering…no, they do not get tangled on their own.

The success I found in this project gave me the confidence to attempt many others since.  Go get out there….look through your pins….and get crafting!

The first day of spring snuck in on us between St. Patrick’s Day and Easter.  However, now that we are in April it feels more like spring.  The weather is warmer, a little sunnier, the outlook brighter.  However, this is my least favorite time of the year.  All you fellow allergy sufferers can sympathize with me.  As I was driving through the neighborhood today, I saw a yellow cloud being blown down the street.  Pollen is not my friend.  I think it’s about time to up the medication dosage.

And a quick non-food related note: I opened an Etsy shop!  delivEARingMemories  I LOVE LOVE LOVE Disney and Disneyland.  Obviously, I threw my son a Disneyland themed birthday party.  I originally set up the shop to sell my pictures of Disneyland since there is a market for them.  And I am getting there.  There are edits and groupings and having to find a print lab.  So in the meantime I have made jewelry from vintage Disneyland tickets.  And they are simply gorgeous!  Check out the shop and let me know what you think.

Vintage Ticket Necklace

Vintage Ticket Necklace

Map Pendant

Map Pendant

My favorite- a Vintage Walt Disney world Magic Key ticket turned pendant

My favorite- a Vintage Walt Disney World Magic Key ticket turned pendant

This past week I made my favorite Coconut Banana Bread.  It has been three months since I have even tasted its deliciousness, let alone made a batch.  I usually make mini-loaves so I can freeze them and not overindulge in this super moist, delectable bread.  And it smells heavenly while baking.  Definitely my favorite bread.

two batches of Coconut Banana Bread

two batches of Coconut Banana Bread

This morning I came across this bread recipe for a Sweet Potato Bread.  It took everything I had not to run to the kitchen and make this bread.  The only that stopped me was that I had some coconut banana bread lying in wait to be eaten.  So I do have plans to make this bread in the upcoming week.  As soon as I eat the rest of my banana loaf.  ***This is a really good recipe.  I am not used to spiced bread since I am not a carrot cake fan.  I made four mini loaves so I could share the bread and not eat every last crumb. I had overcooked the sweet potato some so I had to through out some chunks that wouldn’t mash.  And I initially though that I had overcooked the loaves as they appeared really dark brown but they are so moist, soft and tasty.  I will be making this bread again.

One of my besties in coming in to town at the end of the week.  I plan on making coconut macaroons for her.  I recently found out they are one of her favorite types of cookies.  Goes to show you can always learn something new about your friends.  However this is a secret recipe that I cannot share with you.  However, this friend of mine also let me know about coconut M&Ms.  I hadn’t really ever paid attention to them despite being a coconut lover.  So I bought a bag.  They have stayed closed in my pantry.  I have been saving them.  Saving them for these M&M Cookies.  I made these cookies with regular M&Ms and they are INCREDIBLE!!!.  Definitely a recipe that deserves the title “THE BEST.”  Give them a try, you won’t be sorry.  And, so you don’t eat the entire batch in one sitting, you can freeze the dough and pull out a couple at a time.  It’s perfect! ***Using coconut M&Ms was a delicious choice!  But you must like coconut.  I have a friend who kind of likes it and she wasn’t fond of the coconut flavor.  I promised her that for her birthday I would use peanut butter M&Ms with this recipe.  I am not sure I can wait until October though.  

Plain M&M Cookies

Plain M&M Cookies

Coconut Macaroons, Brownies and Coconut M&M Cookies

Coconut Macaroons, Brownies and Coconut M&M Cookies

 

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FRIDAY

SMOOTHIE: Pineapple Mango Green Smoothie–for this smoothie I make a few changes.  Instead of measuring individual fruits, I just use 2 cups of frozen mixed tropical fruits and add a dash of coconut extract.  Now if I could just magically transport myself to Hawaii!  I drink this so fast every time!!

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I devoured this green smoothie. Extremely tasty with the coconut extract.

DINNER: We have a roll over recipe form last week.  I had more leftovers than anticipated so from last week we are making the Pork and Ginger Wonton Stir Fry.  I will still serve this as planned with Cucumber Salad.  The coolness of the salad should balance the heat of the stir fry.White-writing-29491444-516-350

 

Pork & Ginger Wonton Stir Fry

Pork & Ginger Wonton Stir Fry

 

SATURDAY

SMOOTHIE: Pumpkin spice Green Smoothie.  A can of puree lasts for about three smoothies so this will be it for a few weeks.

DINNER:  new recipe alert!!!!  This came from my Cooking Light Magazine: Pan-Grilled Chicken with Chorizo Confetti.  (I will probably grill my chicken outside if it isn’t raining.  I love cooking on a real grill!)  A reviewer of the recipe served hers with black beans which sounds delicious.  Or maybe a side salad with a salsa-vinaigrette.  I will also be making a Jalapeño-Cheddar Crusty Bread.  It’s my personal favorite.  I need to try a few new savory recipes like bacon-cheddar, but sometimes you have to stick with what you know.  ***While I did make the crusty bread, my dinners got moved around and I never did get to try this chicken recipe.  Maybe in the next week or two.

jalapeno cheddar loaf in stages

jalapeno cheddar loaf in stages

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SUNDAY

SMOOTHIE:  My favorite Banana Fudge Green Smoothie!  Look for the recipe on my prior post Monster Mash.

DNINNER:  Since my friend from Boston is in town visiting her folks and we will be having a BBQ!!  So what goes best with BBQ??  Why cole slaw of course.  Never buy store-made cole slaw again!  This recipe is super simple, you make it a day in advance and tastes amazing!!!

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MONDAY

SMOOTHIE:  The one that started them all, Skinnytaste’s Monster Green Smoothie.

DINNER: new recipe alert!!!  Chicken Pillows!  These look a lot like my favorite Chicken Crescent Roll Casserole but with slightly less sauce and cheese and a little more crunch.  I can’t wait to try them.  I will serve it with these green bean fries (another new recipe).

 

Chicken Pillow with Parmesan Green Beans

Chicken Pillow with Parmesan Green Beans

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TUESDAY

SMOOTHIE: none

DINNER: From the hilarious and yummy cookbook 50 Shades of Chicken, we will be feating on Sweet Potato Hash.  This is a delicious recipe, especially for the sweet potato fan!

Chicken and Sweet Potato Hash

Chicken and Sweet Potato Hash

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WEDNESDAY

SMOOTHIE:  Strawberry Cheesecake Monster Smoothie

DINNER:  One of my personal favorite recipes, Buffalo Chicken Potato Skins!  I am undecided as of right now if I will be making the crockpot buffalo chicken that is the base for this recipe, or just cook some chicken and add buffalo sauce, either way these skins are scrumptious!!

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THURSDAY

SMOOTHIE: none

DINNER: leftovers

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We have gone to the jungle, ridden a pirate ship, seen how to make a volcano, gone down the bayou and been to Disneyland.  Birthday #5 takes us to the Carnival!!!  I honestly can’t remember how we came to this idea at all.  I know I came up with it,  I created a binder to house all my ideas, and I got Thomas to agree.  The binder thing….it started with this party.  Basically my head gets so full of ideas that I can’t sleep.  Once I get these ideas down on paper, my brain can settle.  However, part way through planning this party is when someone introduced me to Pinterest.  What a revelation!!  I was now able to keep track of all my ideas in one place for this party, rather than a list of bookmarks.  Sometimes all you need is a visual reminder rather than the actual steps it takes to produce that idea.

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Once again I went with my two favorite online party supply stores, Oriental Trading and Shindigz.  Sometimes they have the same stuff, sometimes they have different stuff, but both together can help take your party to new heights at a great price.

I had all my signs designed by an etsy store, Frosting & Ink.  She did an amazing job and worked well with me for customized signs.

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The weather all week before the party was AMAZING!  And then the night before the party, scattered showers appeared.  So we had to move the games into the garage.

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5th birthday 023The games of course were free and no matter how well they were played, the kids received tickets.  When the kids arrived at the party, I passed out their boxes to hold all the tickets. At the end of the party they got to claim their prizes!! (Basically a build your own goodie bag.)

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There were other activities as well.  We had face painting, a magic show, balloon animals, a piñata, and they could hold a snake if they wanted to or take a turn on the pachinko machine.

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And of course we had the hottest party accessory….a photo booth!!!  I called Lowe’s and asked for an old refrigerator box early in the morning.  The best they had that day was a stove box so I took it, kids can fit in a stove box.  I painted the outside a light cream color and the inside red.  I bought some photo booth props on etsy and we were ready to go!

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trying out the box before the party

trying out the box before the party

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One unique idea I got a decoration for his birthday came from Pinterest.  We made a number 5 out of wallet sized pictures of my son.  It hung on the coat closet door in the main entry way.

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The food!  What better food is there than carnival food??  I had the fryer out for this party!!  We made corn dogs, french fries, mozzarella sticks–nearly anything I could fry–I did.  I had the crockpots out with chili, nacho cheese and hot dogs.   The next day I has a food hangover but oh man did the chili cheese fries and hot dogs taste amazing!!!  And then there was the candy table.  We had licorice, cotton candy, animal (circus) cookies, and five flavors of popcorn!!!  I ordered them online at Popcornopolis which has amazing popcorn.  We made original buttered popcorn and then I purchased, Zebra (my favorite), cupcake, cinnamon toast and kettle corn.  I was just happy to get to use my Disney popcorn containers!!!

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Next up is the cake!  I found the idea for the cake on Pinterest.  It was basically modeled after a circus/carnival tent pattern.  I made the banners myself out of scrapbook paper and some string.  It is that easy.

5th birthday 188This was the first time I threw a kids party for my son’s friends from school.  Rather than make two cakes, I make a bunch of cupcakes for the kid party and saved the cake for the family party.  I had the cupcakes boxed up and ready to give out as the kids were leaving the party.

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You can see the boxes for the background that the cupcakes were housed in.

You can see the boxes for the background that the cupcakes were housed in.

These bumper cars won't fall off the edge of the table.

These bumper cars won’t fall off the edge of the table.

Here is a shot of the cake table in its entirety:

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Happy 5th Birthday Thomas!!!!

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His actual birthday fell on the day after the party.  And since I am a believer that birthdays should be celebrated at least all week long, I made him special birthday pancakes for breakfast.

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He got a new bike for this birthday, and he wore his helmet all through breakfast.  It was his birthday so who am I to argue?

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