Thursday, March 3, 2011

Angelina's 5th ~ Birthday Party ~ and ~ DIY~Yummy-Gummy Pots

Last weekend  it was Angelina's 5th birthday Party. I am finally able to share the party pics with you.  Things have been really hectic around here with lots of party planning: Angelina's 5th birthday Party,  Ashton 1st birthday Party next week and my baby Sarina's 2nd Birthday Party in 2 weeks. I really haven't had time to seat in front of the computer, but the good news is that  I will be able to share lots of pictures and DIY party projects with you in the following weeks so please stay tunned. 




Angelina's party was hosted at the MiniMania indoor playground centre.  There was really not to much time to decorate as we had only 15 minutes before the party to do all the set up. But even with not much time, the table looked adorable. The cake was delicious and it was made by Daisycakes.

As always I decorated the table with balloons and my so popular yummy-gummy pots.  The Party supplies were purchased at party Packagers {Hurry up... Her Highness party supplies 50% off,  aren't they cute? they will really match with any pink and purple barbie or princess theme}



I think these deliciously sweet yummy-gummy pots have become my signature party decor, my clients always request to have them for all of their parties. Since I always get a lot of compliments on them, I tought it would be fun to share how I made them.
They are so easy to make, you can get your kids involved too {They are also very easy to snack so make sure you have lots of extras...}  They can be made in any color or candy combination to match your party decor. I don't think you will need any instructions to make them but if you 'd like, you can follow the photo sequence I took while making them for Angelina's birthday party.

{To make 1 yummy-gummy pot : Around 20 gummy skewers you need}
1 big bag of  Marshmallows
1 big container of Gummies
   20 Skewers or Wooden sticks
1 roll of Clear Cellophane Paper or 20 clear candy bags
Curling ribbon
1 Pot or Vase
1 Floral Foam or Styrofoam
Tissue Paper or Napkins
Optional: 1 1/2" Circle or Scalloped Punch








Look how cute they look with matching Pink and Purple Thank you tags. Did you notice I wrapped the floral foam with a party napkin for a perfect match.  If you need them, you can download my Pink and Purple Thank you for being so SWEET! Printable tags here. You can use these tags as cupcake toppers too. 



 Have fun making these for your next party!

3 comments:

  1. Can't wait to make these for my daughters birthday this month! Thanks for all the great ideas!

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