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Did you know that latex balloons are biodegradable? Latex isn’t plastic, it’s a natural product made from the sap of rubber trees and collected through a tapping process very similar to the one used for collecting the maple sap used in maple syrup. But mylar balloons, plastic balloon clips, and curling ribbon aren’t biodegradable. So hand tie your balloons and use a cotton or other natural fiber balloon string. Because who wants a balloon to spoil the fun?

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fabric banner tutorial

directions:

1. I cut some leftover fabric into 6″ by 10″ triangles
2. Then I organized the triangles into the pattern I wanted
3. I sewed extra-wide double fold bias tape onto the triangles
4. 72 feet of fabric banners…
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car p cake stand
I love cake stands. Here is the one I used at this party. It’s just the right size for a six inch cake or a jumbo cupcake. And it’s from Crate & Barrel.

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car p treasure hunt
One easy way to start out your party activities is to have a treasure hunt, no matter the ages of your guests. Your clues can rhyme, or not. Either way it’s fun. At the end of the “hunt” your party guests can find cupcakes to decorate hidden in the oven (not turned on of course) or some bracelets to put together wrapped up like a present. You can also use a treasure hunt at the end of the party to divert attention and get some extra energy out as you are trying to wind things down. And then the party goers could find the party favor instead. For the party in this photo the kids found a half of a car picture at each clue spot. Each child got one as we went along and then after the treasure hunt the kids found the other child with the match and they put their simple puzzles together.

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car p wooden car
I like to use non-plastic activities at parties and things that aren’t “Made in China,” whenever possible. For the car party the kids assembled some wooden cars that they also colored. Or you could paint them, or whatever. These cars are made by Maple Landmark in Vermont.

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