3.18.2010

Owl Party

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Owl parties have been popular for a while now & after a few requests for an owl invite, I came up with a few variations, check them out in my shop. This theme is fun for everything from a first birthday to an older kids night owl sleep over or even a daytime pj party, who doesn't love pjs!

Menu: Night time munchies-popcorn, junk food, chips, etc. (oh how my kids would love this menu, okay me too!!)

Decorations: There are darling owl pillow all over the web (etsy, amazon, etc.). They would be fairly simple to make with some inexpensive felt (you could sew or even hot glue them together). Owl pillows would be a fun craft/favor for older children to make.

How cute are these round felt owls? Here is the tutorial . They call for styrofoam balls which can be surprisingly pricey! I have modified crafts which have called for them before by using shaved down styrofoam squares (cheaper, sometimes you can even find them at the dollar store!), or even a wodded up old shirt or rag (using duct tape to form a ball shape) as well as a cheapo dollar store ball (note you can't use hot glue on these though as they will melt, but you could probably wrap with duct tape a few times to avoid this problem).

COMING SOON: NIGHT OWL/EARLY BIRD PRINTABLE PARTY PACKAGE!

11 comments:

  1. Anonymous3/26/2010

    Love the owls! Are those cake pops next to the owl slippers? if not, what are those?

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  2. LOOOOOVE! Seriously love!

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  3. please, suscribirme, my email is mariajesuspardoromero@hotmail.com, thank you.

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  4. Love the board! Owls are so the new black, and I've become a recent fan of yours, so I feel honored my owls made the cut :)

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  5. Anonymous5/21/2010

    hiii link to invitations aren't working i would love to get some :)

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  6. Anonymous8/07/2010

    Do you have recipe details for the cake and the cupcakes. This is great! We are using this theme for my daughter's birthday!

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  7. I don't have the recipes. Fot both they used almonds, cupcakes the nose is a cashew & eyes are butterscotch or orange lifesavers & a chocolate chip (I think)! Thanks, Carli

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  8. I know that Owl parties have been popular in this times, the this kind of movies are so cool, I feel so happy with the idea!22dd

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  9. ha ha s cute, I just adore the Owl parties, it's a great initiative because it has been popular as a social event where a group of kids meet to talk, eat, drink, dance, etc., often in order to celebrate a special occasion but without alcohol! that's the main point behind. 23jj

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  10. Anonymous5/11/2011

    lovve this! will be doing this for my sons 1st bday coming up. Im wondering where can i get those invites?
    Megan

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