Children need love, especially when they do not deserve it.

Harold Hulbert

Children's party

A children's party is a party for children such as a birthday party or tea party. Since medieval times, children have dressed specially for such occasions. Children's birthday parties originated in Germany as kinderfeste. Businesses that plan or arrange children's parties have become more common during the 2010s.

Oh Happy Day!

  • Free Printable Origami Unicorn Gift Tags
    Unicorns are simply the most awesome things ever. I dare you to disagree! Inspired by these magical creatures, I designed jumbo gift tags that you can download for free and use to brighten up your gifts! Download the artwork. Open in Adobe Reader (do not attempt to print from image viewer as colors may come out wrong) and print onto thick,...

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  • Miniature Mother’s Day Wreaths DIY
    Even though your love for Mom is BIG, these miniature wreaths are anything but! If you’re not going to be with your mom on Mother’s Day this year, send her this sweet little token in the mail. Even though it’s smaller than a piece of toast, the thoughtful message it sends is as big as...

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  • A Rainbow Baby Shower and Video
    I don’t think I’ve mentioned it here but I’m having a baby soon (ah!) and we collaborated with Balloon Time to come up with an Epic Rainbow Baby Shower. My team put together the most beautiful shower with lots of inspiration and DIY’s! We even made a video! The star of the party (besides my...

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  • Favorite Party Ideas This Week
    1. Top your Mother’s Day cake with the prettiest paper flowers. 2. Floral overload in this Flower Power Mother’s Brunch! 3. The cutest twist on a beloved party game. 4. Get ready for cinco de mayo with this pretty garland. 5. Perhaps a future party idea in the making?
  • DIY Maypole Cupcake Toppers
    As promised, here’s our second Maypole-inspired DIY project for the day- cupcake toppers! Materials Needed: Striped paper straws, scissors, 1/8” ribbon in 6 different colors, ruler, scotch tape, hot glue gun, 1/2” gumball Step 1: Cut the paper straw to 3” long. Step 2: Grab one of each strand of ribbon and cut to 5”...

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