Cookie Monster party

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It’s hard to believe that my little cookie monster is 2! After seeing a messy cookie face a million times I decided to do a cookies and milk party.  What is a cookie party with out the cookie monsterSmile

I used tissue paper wadded up to make my 3D door sign for the party.

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After naptime the birthday boy was excited to see all his cookie monster decorations.

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The guests enjoyed cookies and cupcakes with milk. I set out ice cream for the guests to create their own ice cram sandwiches too. I created labels for the cookie jars by using chalkboard vinyl.

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My favorite was the icebox cake made from a Martha Stewart recipe.

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I used a cake pan to create this special jello mold.

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The children dined on milk crates and helped create the table runner.

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Everyone went home with boxed up goodies, recipe cards and a mini cookie jar with cookie crisp cereal.

 

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The little kids went home with a cookie sippy cup, bowl, fork and spoon set, milk carton of goldfish and a personalized sand bucket. The older kids got a personalized cinch sac to hold all their treats from the piñata.

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My favorite part was a photo op with the birthday boy sporting a milk mustache.

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Comments
  • http://www.luluandjunebug.blogspot.com/ Heather L.

    What a cute party!  I love all the details.  The jars with the eyeballs are adorable!  Great job!

  • Desperatecraftwives

    I LOVE this party! Such great details. I am sure your guests were very impressed.
    Blythe
    http://www.thedesperatecraftwives.blogspot.com

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