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Just a few more pics and some repeats of my favorites from the Wizard of Oz party.

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Lions and Tigers and Bears. Oh my! For the take home favors the girls each got a basket with a simple red gingham fabric square tucked in the bottom. I put their courage medal, heart necklace, and their diploma inside along with a Toto cookie.

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I’ll get you my pretty, and your little dog too. It was a toss up on what dessert to serve for this Wizard of Oz party. The party guests were already decorating candy houses and how much sweet stuff do kids need? But in the end we decided that we had to have both the Toto cookies and the Wicked Witch of the West cupcakes: one dessert to eat at the party and one to take home for later.

These darling Toto cookies were made by A Dozen Eggs. I love the detail on every single one.

These witch cupcakes were a pain, but a local bakery came through and did everything but the cone hats. I couldn’t find chocolate ice cream cones anywhere. So to improvise we dipped the regular sugar cones in chocolate. But they were very melty outside…

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Recipe: my mom’s party lemonade

2 liter Sprite
1 can frozen lemonade
3 cans water
1 package kool-aid lemonade
1 cup sugar
fresh or frozen berries
lemon slices
lots of ice

Directions: Mix everything together in a large drink container. This punch is super sweet, but always a hit at a party.

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Follow the yellow brick road. This Wizard of Oz party included enough time for a picnic lunch.

The birthday girl wanted to eat macaroni and cheese, jam sandwiches and fruit. So I incorporated it all by calling the mac & cheese “Yellow Brick Road,” the heart shaped jam sandwiches referenced the Tin Man trying to earn his heart, and then of course I included a platter of fruit. The girls also drank a yummy lemonade (recipe tomorrow).

There is more of this party still to come. And don’t miss out on the past posts, click on the Wizard of Oz tag below to see it all. You know I didn’t take these pictures, right? All photos by Nicole Hll Gerulat.

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