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I’ve posted a bunch of great pictures over the past two weeks of this Raggedy Ann party. If you missed them, click on the Raggedy Ann Party tag at the bottom of this post to see them all. And I’d like to thank Nicole Hill Gerulat for taking these awesome pictures.





How I made these sandwiches:
1. I cut a piece of thick paper into a square, the size that I wanted the sandwiches to be.
2. I cut each piece of bread to the size of the cardboard, removing the crusts.
3. I spread jam between two pieces of bread and made the sandwiches.
4. I measured the size of the bread/cardboard and cut scrapbooking paper to about 3/4 the size of the bread and long enough to wrap around the sandwich.
5. I folded the paper where it bent around the sandwich to make a crease, then I taped the paper together.
Have I confused you yet?


I found the cups in this picture at my local thrift store (for a deal). I cut regular length red-striped straws in half to fit in the cups. I put heart shaped ice cubes in the juice as well, but they melted too quickly to get a good picture of them.

You won’t want to miss a single photo from this party, so click on the Raggedy Ann Party tag below to see all of the party posts.





I love this “raggedy ann” sign. I made it using 12 x 12 scrapbooking paper. Red for the scalloped circles, four patterned papers for the inside circles and some solid and patterned paper for the letters. I have an Accucut die cut machine that I use to cut it all out. If you would like to make one, I have a paper banner tutorial that you can refer to for instructions, but I don’t string the ribbon through the whole sign anymore. I use a tiny hole punch and brads to connect the circles instead.
You won’t want to miss a single photo from this party, so click on the Raggedy Ann Party tag below to see all of the party posts.





This Raggedy Ann party definitely needed some adorable cakes. These are 6″ fondant cakes made by a local cake decorator, Kimberly Fluhrer.

You won’t want to miss a single photo from this party, so click on the Raggedy Ann Party tag below to see all of the party posts.





My sweet mother made the cute little 10″ Raggedy Ann dolls for this party. I found fabric for the dolls’ dresses at local fabric stores. I guess the doll pattern is discontinued, but you can still find some floating around the internet–like here.


If you are struggling coming up with a party theme, look to the favorite books and toys of your childhood. You never know, they just might make a comeback.

You won’t want to miss a single photo from this party, so click on the Raggedy Ann Party tag below to see all of the party posts.





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