Friday, July 30, 2010
Thursday, July 29, 2010
There is so much more to their site that I need to explore yet. I absolutely love the clean and fresh lines of what they all did to their home. Very lovely!
Tomorrow is the little guys actual birthday. So as promised I will post more pictures from his Lego party then. Enjoy your Thursday!
Sunday, July 25, 2010
Again, I took a lot of photos so I'll share more photos of the party itself. Here are the decorations and other details.
Paper LEGO's that hung from the light above the table. I saw this idea on Stephmodo's blog site. They were so simple but, one of my favorite decorations!
These hang'n LEGO guys I created. One said "Happy Birthday", "6" and the other two plain.
These guys have Bakerella to thank. For some reason the black and blue editable pens weren't working that great so they got cheerful faces of green and red.
I made the LEGO cake which was the hit! My son was so excited that he had to open the refrigerator to show everyone when they first got to the party. A lot of time, love and a battle went into that cake. But, in the end I was very pleased how it turned out. I got the idea off of the Betty Crocker site.
Blue, red and yellow were the three main colors I used. They just screamed LEGO's to me. Leyton even pointed out that when the table was set it looked like a giant LEGO. Too cute!
I made this pull pinata using a large shoebox. This was my first attempt of making one and it actually worked!!! I'm sure the boys would have loved one to hit but, since this was going to break open downstairs I was thinking "safety first".
And finally the gift favors. I found LEGO shaped candy at a local candy store - score! I bought blue lunch bags at Michael's Craft store and added a tag that had the children's names on it using the LEGO font I found here.
Friday, July 23, 2010
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