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February 05, 2010



Congrats on your win. As always you deserve it.
My sweet little girl is so dreaming of a fairy party this April so, of course, I'd love to win.


My Toddler is turning three in May. We are going to do a letter them. I know sort of odd but he is all about those ABC'S

Erin Compton

My son will be turning 2 at the end of April and hopefully we'll be able to throw the party at our house this time. Since we live near the lake I'm thinking sailboats, and dogs that ride on sailboats, since everything barks according to my boy.


Did you ever do a post on Theo's party? (I don't want to be in the draw for the prize ... but congratulations!)


Hi, I found your blog on Kara's Party ideas and wanted to say I thought you did a fabulous job! Thank you so much for sharing all your wonderful ideas. My twins are turning 2 at the end of the month and their party is a safari theme and my daughter will be 6 in April and her party theme is Hello Kitty. I'm finding it challenging, but rather fun putting that together without using too many "licensed" products. :)


I don't have a kid, so please don't count me in. Just wanted to say that of that three parties, I liked yours best. Because it is so unique and it is so hard to throw parties for a boy! Hey, maybe you can guestblog over at Made by Rae and MADE, they are doing a month full of things to make for boys! Your party would be a hit!


We are actually doing my daughter's "Turning 3 Under The Sea" today! Complete with a Mermaid Crown that I learned from this blog!

And sad as it is, I already have her NEXT birthday in the works! It's a circus theme!


Congrats! I entered that contest too. Thanks for the second chance to win. My daughter will be having a "berry sweet" second birthday.


My little girl will be 3 this summer, so I'm thinking of having a garden party with flowers and cupcakes. Very girly!
Thanks for the generous giveaway!

The Meal Planner

Yay!! You do the most incredible birthday parties, and I couldn't wait to hear about Aurora's. Congratulations on your win!


Hi! We are doing a Three and Thirty party. I am turning thirty a week before my son turns 3. We are doing a carnival theme.

Brina Rohloff

adorable! i think my daughters 2nd birthday in July will be cupcakes and polka dots- some of our favorite things!


I always do homemade parties for my daughter and this year she will be 7 and really wants a circus party. I love your party pictures.

Emily Kidd

My son will be turning 2 in June and he loves cars, so we will be having a car theme. I love the idea of making cars out of cardboard that the kids can put on and "drive" around.


I will probably plan a princess themed party for my daughter - but it's not til October. She's very much into pink and princesses right now. But I don't think I'd come close to what you did for your son. So cute and creative.

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