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Monday, December 10, 2012

Red and White Candy Cane Party Decorating

 
Ready to see our Candy Cane Party decor?



A sheet was hung on the wall to provide a white backdrop.



I used those amazing Command hooks and stuck them to the wall.
Perfect for draping a sheet temporarily.



The cupcake garland was created from an idea I saw on
this great blog-
Homespun with Love.

I used cupcake liners from IKEA and Wilton and threaded them with Baker's twine.



The old window came from 
this post.

I wrapped up my daughter's birthday gifts in red and white striped wrapping paper found at IKEA.  Red ribbon from Costco.



The little sacks were found at IKEA.
 
 
 
The mini bags hold red mittens, chocolates
and candy canes...of course. 
Red mittens found at Michaels.
 
 
Sparkly red letter stickers, round tags and baker's twine
were found at Joanns.




I decorated a mini tree with red ball ornaments,
red netting, ribbon, red stars and mini candy canes.



Hanging from the chandelier--
red and white paper lanterns and candy canes.
Paper lanterns found at Target.

 



And for the table...
I used a white tablecloth and covered it with wrapping paper and ribbon.



I always have a people ask me if my daughter enjoys having a birthday in the month of December.
Yes! Of course she does! 
The minute Christmas decorations go up, she gets all excited!
She sings Christmas songs all year long!
She's started a collection of NOEL ornaments
that hang in her room.
(Her middle name is Noel.)

She has had a few 'holiday themed' birthdays-- 
Angel party, Gingerbread party, Snow party.
However, some parties have had nothing to do with the holidays-- Princess party, Swimming party, Rockstar party, Bowling party.


I'm sure if you asked her,
she wouldn't want to change her birthday month!

 
Stay tuned for the Candy Cane party!








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Chocolate Chip Candy Cane Dipped Cookies














Easy, Decorated Styrofoam Trees











Candy Cane Sugar Cookies












A Candy Cane Cake














A Candy Cane Party

8 comments :

  1. This is soooooo adorable! I love that her name is Noel!!! How beautiful! What a fun and festive party! Very clever and creative!!! LOVE everything! xoxo

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  2. Looks wonderful Michelle !!! I pinned it on my Kids Christmas Party board!

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  3. Oh my! This is breathtaking! You are the party queen! :)

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  4. I think this is just beyond beautiful - it beats anything I have up for the holidays and she got this for a party - love it all!

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  5. Oh my goodness I love every sinlge stinken little detail! So cute.

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  6. Everything looks great! We are gearing up for a Mustache Bash for the baby's first birthday on Sunday. I hope my decor looks even half as good as your candy cane stuff. Nice job.

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