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August 27, 20139:32 am
I just wanted to say that I LOVE your party animals so much – I just made some for my daughter’s 3rd birthday party (circus theme), but I glued them to wood blocks & tied a single white helium balloon to each one to give as favors. The kids went crazy for them, plus they looked super cute lining the back of the food table throughout the party!! I love the idea of expanding on the party animals theme – and may just need to incorporate some of these ideas next year!
August 27, 20139:34 am
We love the elephant feet! They look so fun, cheap and easy!
We gotta get some kids soon to have an alibi for throwing animal-themed parties!
Love from Europe,
Birdy and Bambi
August 27, 20139:40 am
Those elephant feet are so clever!
August 27, 201310:25 am
I love the idea of caramel popcorn with sprinkles. How fun! I would also add in animal crackers!
August 27, 201312:25 pm
I don’t have any kids… but I definitely want to use all these ideas for a party, anyway! That party popcorn looks right up my ally.
August 27, 201312:32 pm
my husband and i are obsessed with animals! we are always watching animal videos and love meerkat manor. i would love to have a 40th birthday using this theme. i’m sure i could find animal party hats and other animal props for a picture booth.
August 27, 20132:23 pm
Have you seen the Animal Alphabet theme by Wonderful Collective? So cute from top to bottom!
August 27, 20137:28 pm
adorable–those elephant feet are way too cute!
August 28, 201311:44 am
Cute ideas! My sister and I made these Marzipan animals for her son’s birthday cake. He loved them and has talked about them for months! (http://www.marthastewart.com/929957/marzipan-menagerie-cake-toppers-how)
September 2, 20133:01 pm
I definitely think animal crackers should be part of the party as well. And how about some animal-themed party games?
September 3, 20134:26 am
We did a party animal theme for our daughter’s 2nd birthday last year and it was inspired by her love of animals in addition to your little party animals with hats, which we of course had to do. We also included animal crackers, animal shaped rice crispy treats, and our daughter’s favorite sandwich: nutella and peanut butter served on Pepperidge Farm’s goldfish sandwich bread. Also, I found great “pick your nose” cups, featuring animal noses… the kids loved them!
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