Sunday, December 18, 2011

5th Birthday Tea Party

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Firstly, you can't have a tea party without fancy friends wearing fancy hats and gloves.
We helped each girl make flowery fascinator hats and bedazzled gloves before we began.

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Aren't they gorgeous!!

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Now we were ready for The Tea Party...

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Lola heard it was a Girl's-Only party so she showed up for the festivites.

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Look at my dashing Mr. Kiggins, having a tea party with the girls.
He carted around 3 different tea pots with our little guest's choice of Chocolate Milk, Strawberry Milk, and Apple Juice.
What an amazing father and husband my Mr. is.

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A party fit for a princess.

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Happy Creating!!

2 comments:

  1. The fascinator crafts is such a great idea! So cute! I was curious what you used for the base and how did you attatch it to the headband.

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    1. I've been meaning to post a tutorial on the fascinator hats. It's super easy and turns out darling! For the base I collected plastic container lids from yogurt, sour cream etc. They were about 3-4" in diameter. I then covered the plastic lids in fabric (I used white) and secured it using a glue gun. I then attached the lids to white plastic headbands (found at Hobby Lobby) with the glue gun. Happy Creating and Good luck!

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