Spa Birthday


Making Class Treats


Okay so we may have gone a bit overboard but it was so much fun!

String Cheese some washi tape for a scarf and then get out the sharpies and decorate to make super cute snowmen



We made rice crispy wands. Again so easy I make these for every holiday they are so versatile.

I buy the premade rice crispy treats at costco they come in a box of 52 I believe. Unwrap them dip them in candy melts (I buy from Michaels -follow bag directions) and then before candy melt hardens sprinkle with themed candy sprinkles. Buy some lollipop sticks and dip tyhem in the candy melts as well before sticking them inside the rice crispy treat and they will hold nicely.



Next we made snowman popcorn cups again washi tape and sharpies are neededIMG_20151217_172917160

Just decorate and fill with popcorn so yummy and cuteIMG_20151217_183456863

I fell in love with our cauliflower snowman. With his olive eyes, carrot nose and dried blueberry smile he was my favoriteIMG_20151217_191719624

Our snowman dip was insanely delish! IMG_20151217_174237481

  • 1 8oz Package Cream Cheese, Softened
  • 1 8oz Can Sweetened Condensed Milk
  • 1 Container Cool Whip
  • ½ Cup Chocolate Chips
  • ¼ Cup Candy Corn
  • Mini Pretzel Sticks
  1. In a large bowl, mix together Cream Cheese, Sweetened Condensed Milk and Cool Whip. Mix until well combined.
  2. Fold in Chocolate Chips and Orange Candy.
  3. Place the Mini Pretzel Sticks in so that they stick out of the top of the dip.
  4. Refrigerate until ready to serve.
  5. Store leftovers in an airtight container in the refrigerator.


And we cute out star watermelon. Because its yummier when its a cute shape!

What did you make for the holidays?

A Messy Party

Mikey wanted a messy slime party so I did what I could to create it for him. Above is Mikey’s Sukkah you can go here to learn more about it.

Here is a link to the templates I used for the disguises on A Mom with a Lesson Plan

I made a mud pit using Grow Dirt we hid GIANT bugs inside

the kids could sit inside and enjoy the mud and dig out GIANT bugs

There was splat painting visit HERE to see more splat painting and to see the materials used to create it

We also had spray painting visit HERE to see materials used and how to create this.

Visit here to see how I made our Colored Jello and for some fun ideas on adding to it.

Visit here to see how I made our Rainbow Pasta I added googly eyes to ours

Visit here to see more pictures of our Water Bead Pool

Visit here to see more pictures and for instructions on how to make my awesome BORAX SLIME

Visit here to get directions on how to make my STRETCHY SLIME

Visit here to see TONS of pictures of our Shaving Cream Slides

I filled a sensory tub with Baking Soda and put colored vinegar in squirt bottles os the kids could create Volcanoes

I added PVC pipes cut at various lengths with connectors and funnels for the kids to tinker with and create water ways

Our Water wall was also up and running it was a ton of fun for all the kids. Visit here to see how I made the water wall and to see more pictures.

And of course our KID WASH to get everyone clean after getting messy visit the Kid Wash Link to see how we made this awesome contraption and to see a bunch more pictures of it.

A Tent and some Disguises

I wanted a lounge area for Mikey’s party for when the kids just needed to take a bit of a break. So I created Mikey’s Sukkah.

It was so easy to create. The front is actually a supermarket Jose Cuervo display. the supermarket was taking it down so naturally I asked if I could have it. It became the front of the sukkah.

the kids loved it. I hung white sheets to create the outside frame and a small curtain rod to create the curtain in the front. Outside I had a basket of disguises which also became a huge hit at the party. They were actually a last minute decision I had some craft foam and a ton of chopsticks so I thought what can I do with these. I made them the night before on a whim and I am so glad I did!

Here is a link to the templates I used on A Mom with a Lesson Plan

Birthday Maze

Mikey is 3!!! He loves Spiderman so I made him a Birthday Maze to wake up to he had to make his way through it to get to his presents in the morning.

It was super simple just painters tape and some balloons. Mikey and Kaia both loved it and wanted it to stay up forever!