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September 27, 2008

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Amy @ parkcitygirl

So much fun! I love the pic of Aurora on the swing :)

Diana Cirne

This party is amazing! I'm 24 years old and I want one too!! So funny! So much love all around!

Channing

Wow. That is QUITE the party. I can't believe how much sewing you did for it. With 3 birthdays coming up I am feeling overwhelmed by your ingenuity. Want to come throw parties for my kids?? I LOVE that you threw a monster party for a girl. That's just too cute.

Koningskind

Wow, this was a big party.
The fun is visible so clearly of your photo's.

Michelle

Looks like so much fun! Awesome job!

Sara Cecil

I'm not sure how I originally found your blog, but I just wanted to tell you how amazingly creative and talented you are! I am in love with you whole monster party! I better not show this to my kids, or you will be adding three children to your family around birthday time! Thanks for sharing your creativity!

Stacey

What a great day...

Anne

You really created a lovely party - the pictures are great. Wish I was there!

Sam

Love the monster theme, and the games looked great fun. But I can't believe you made a little monster for everyone to take home.
How wonderful!
How terrifying!
We (my 8yr old son and I) are still trying to make our first monster plushie - I think we're a little slower than you, lol.

Paper Dolls for Boys

I love kids parties and this one looks like it was an absolute success! Well done, I can tell you put a lot of thought, heart and work into it!

Amanda

I love the decorations! I just found your site and it's great. And a monster party is a fantastic idea.

NICOLE

Oh, where did you get her 4 shirt?!?! My daughter is turning 2 next month and I made her one, but it is nowhere as cute as this one!
I think we'll be doing a monster theme next year. This year is all about the bugs! All her little friends are boys so we tried to stick to a gender neutral theme!
I love your blog!

M

I was wondering where you got the Monster Tin Lunch boxes? I love this party!

Cyndi

Hi, Where did you get the 4 shirt? Great party!

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