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Summer Party Hop

Hi friends, Sandy here and today I am doing a fun blog hop... Summer Parties. If you just popped by, you can start at the beginning with Shannon.  

 For me and my family, that means birthday parties.  We have 5 different ones of the summer. I wanted to share with you one of my favorites...  A Tangled b-day party that I did for my 6 year old. She kicks off the summer parties.  DIY parties are the best and believe me, everyone notices the details... well, at least the women do, lol.

Using my best pal... Cricut, I was able to make a couple cute banners...

Here some"lanterns" and tower (you just have to watch the movie)...

Of course a party wouldn't be complete without the cake ( made by a very good friend)...

And don't forget the presents and fun games...

 (these are little orange boats on the skillets) relay races

 summer party = water fun

 ending the night with a sleep over, mommy playing Barbies...

 doing our nails...

 and making a cute card project...

Hope you had fun at our party!  You can hop over to see Christine now.

Full line up

Hope you have a blessed day and thanks for stopping by,


  1. OMG what a fun party!!!! I want to come and get my nails done too :)

    Thanks for sharing!! Glad to be in this hop with you

  2. Looks like everyone had a great time! Very fun. Love all the projects. Thanks so much for sharing.

  3. looks like a great time! the banners came out great!

  4. I agree-looks like everyone had fun at your partyu, and it's true--people do notice the details!! Yours are great!! (Loved the movie-only watched it 19 times with my granddaughter).

  5. really cute stuff! thanks for being in the hop!

  6. Wow the kids look like they had lots of fun. And your card is so cute. TFS AJ-

  7. wow, you really know how to throw a party, I"m stealing some of those ideas for my son's summer party :) All your decorations looked fantastic.

  8. Wow, what a great time everyone is having! Love all the banners. Thanks for sharing.


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