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I’m loving these very cool Party-in-a-Box treats created by our very own contributor Amanda Jane Jones. See all the details right over here on her site!
all photos by Amanda Jane Jones
November 1, 20112:05 pm
What a great idea! And the styling is done perfectly!
November 1, 20112:09 pm
if only I had ideas like this. I’m planning an “Olivia The Pig” party for my little girl’s third bday. perhaps some corn husks and pig noses for the guests? hah. good lord.
November 1, 20112:14 pm
Lovely design – I love the facts sheets and the colour combo.
I do party in boxes as well: http://www.etsy.com/shop/APartyinaBox?ref=si_shop
Iva | in my studio
November 1, 20114:28 pm
I love the design and colour scheme. cute litle boxes too!
November 1, 20115:07 pm
Jordan, thank you so much! What an honor to have the party in a box featured on your lovely blog.
November 2, 201112:27 am
This is so so awesome!!!!! I’m totally pinning this from her site. With the industry my husband is in there is always the possibility that we may move away from friends and family so this could definitely be something we would do if that were the case.
Hannah @ Sparrow + Spark!
November 2, 20111:03 am
November 3, 20111:55 am
amanda is one of the most creative little ladies ever, i think. and when combined with cree, such wonderful things arise.
November 3, 20114:24 am
This is a great idea, might give this a go with a christmas twist!
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