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Wednesday, January 2, 2013

The “Deets” of My Daughter’s Lollipop Plate

As I've promised on my post about my daughter's minnie mouse birthday party
here's the deets of it.
====>>>>The Lollipop Plate====>>>>
I just used a plate and a corkboard.
Okay, that part was easy.  But when it comes to sticking all the lollipops on that plate.

I don't know what was I thinking using a corkboard on this one... :( duh!
I should have thought of using an easier-to-poke-kind-of-material-like-styrofoam, you know...
Anyway, I used a knife to pre-poke the dots on the plates so I can easily poke in the lollipops.
That was a lot of pre-poking, lol!
For the love of my daughter! 
Tomorrow I will show you the sweets vase and my first ever cupcakes.
huggies***
rea



10 comments:

  1. What a fun birthday party. I can't wait to see more. Your lollipop plate is brilliant. I never would have thought to make one, let alone make one like that. What a sweet table setting. Can't wait to see more details.

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    1. yeah it was so much fun and a lot of work before and after too! thank you Amy :)

      huggies***
      rea

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  2. Looks like fun! I bet your daughter love it! I have been DIY-ing too for my daughter's birthday and I love it. It's cheap and fun :)

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    1. yeah, diy-ing some stuff to make it more personal is what i was aiming for anne :) a lot of work but totally worth it, especially when i saw those little eyes lit up seeing all those minnie mouse stuff!

      i totally agree with you, cheap and fun!

      huggies***
      rea

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  3. Lollipop plate...How awesome is that?!?! And your cupcakes look great. =0)
    Thanks for sharing! My Baby Girl just turned 2 years, and she would have loved a Minnie theme.
    ~Kim
    http://2justByou.blogspot.com

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    1. really your daughter also just turned two? when was her birthday? her's was on the 27th! it was really awesome to see my daughter's smile seeing all the minnie mouse stuff!

      huggies***
      rea

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  4. Rea
    What a fun birthday party. I can't wait to see more. Your lollipop plate is a good idea .iI never would have thought to make one, let alone make one like that. What a sweet table setting. Can't wait to see more details

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    1. thanks Angelica! it was a lot of work though :) I'm glad you like it!

      huggies***
      rea

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  5. Covering the plate was a good idea. I'll have to remember that for future birthday parties.

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    1. thank you Georgie :) it's fun to try it!

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      rea

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