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The $20 Party

My daughters birthday is coming up and I am challenging myself to throwing her a fabulous party for a mere $20.

What does this $20 include:

  • Decorations
  • Party Favors
  • Invites
What it does not include:
  • Food & Drink
  • Plates
Now of course I have the right to change the parameters throughout the course of this month, but I am basically going to try to use what I already have and borrow what I can to make this a fabulous party without the cost.

I am going to have a very decorative little shindig, awesome party favors for the kids, and an event everyone will be talking about for quite some time. So can I do it? Heck yeah!

So what is the theme?

Cat in the hat, What do you think about that?




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Comments

Beth said…
Oh, you could totally do it. I recently gave my daughter a Fairy party for under 15, and that included food, a goodies bag, and some fun crafts.
You could even make some Cat in the Hat hats out of some felt.
Jill said…
Great idea! I think it's definitely do-able and the thing is, kids never know (or really care!) how much money you spend!! I love that theme! So awesome!
Kristy said…
If you have any white and red fabric, then you can sew their goody bags out of that. Or you could use some red and white plastic bags, fuse them, and sew bags out of that. Fusing plastic is when you iron them between parchment paper. My blog and you tube channel has instructions on how to do that.

If you have some old cds, marbles, and water bottle caps, you can glue them to make a spin top. Decorate the cd with a spiral with Cat in the Hat colors.

With Dr. Suess the sky is the limit. Got an old record player? Do some spin art with the kids. You can use markers or paint.

I'm looking forward to your posts on it.
Adriana Iris said…
I think I will now follow to watch the outcome... TY you can do it and I need you to show me how. =)
http://adrianairis.blogspot.com/
Jill said…
Tag! You're it!

http://envirocraftiness.blogspot.com/2010/10/tag-im-it.html
Party favours are a waste of money. I'd scrap them.

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