July 29, 2010

Grace Summer Camp is in session!

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My sweet friend, Jen, threw the most adorable birthday party recently for her daughter, Grace Summer. Yes, that's right, Grace Summer got her very own Grace Summer Camp theme birthday party!
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Guests entered under the Camp banner (I'll get the Etsy seller's name from Jen soon). Once inside they had lots of fun activities inside individual craft station tents. Crafts included: making pet rocks; fun pillows made out of old legs of jeans, decorated and then stuffed with pillow stuffing; lightning bug jars made out of mason jars and a small square fabric in place of the center part of the lid and bug stickers on the outside.
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Judging by the sticky sweet hands the S'mores station was an activity in and of itself!
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Campers feasted on hotdogs, chips and fruit skewers for a picnic dinner. In lieu of cake, dirt cups made with a cupcake on the bottom, ice cream in the middle and topped with smashed oreos and gummy worms were the perfect dessert. Oh and don't forget about those s'mores, had roasted marshmallow jelly beans, gummy frogs and gummy soda bottles.
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I love what Jen did with the rustic touches like gingham, wooden accents, mason jars and metal containers.
Such a fun theme and such a great job, Jen! You're all witnesses. I won't hear of it next time Jen says "I'm just not creative or good at this." I'll hear none of that!

5 comments:

Shelley@DivinePartyConcepts said...

What a great idea!

Katie said...

Love this party! Such a cute theme :)

Susan Crabtree said...

this is such a fun & great theme-I love it! May have to borrow it for my boys!

Kinser Event Company said...

What a CUTE theme! I love the originality of it!

Dollie said...

The idea for the invitations is so creative and goes perfectly with the theme. I love the whole look of the party! We just held a Mad Hatter party as well and it was a great success!

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