Shout Out Sunday

Here are a few of my favorite party ideas from fellow bloggers...

Moore Minutes threw a Light Up the Dark party where she shared how to make these fun Glowstick Lanterns.  I can't get over how COOL and fun these look.  What a great idea these would be to line the path to your house or around the table at your party.  We are planning one last BIG hoopla before school starts and these will definitely make an appearance at our party.

A Creative Princess shared how she made the Magnetic/Chalkboard Bingo games for her grand kids.  I'm so glad that she kept going through the craft mishaps that happen to all of us to make this fun game.  This is a great idea for all the summer road trips we go on, or would make a fun party favor for a kids birthday party.  You could make it in any theme with the same printables.  What a clever idea to magnetize everything, even the chalk!  LOVE it!

I'm Topsy Turvy shared this Dr Seuss party invitation for her daughters birthday.  I can't say WOW! enough times on this amazing invitation.  She wrote and printed this whole invite to look like a Cat in the Hat book with the party information inside the story.  With pretty good instructions on how she made this, it doesn't seem like it's for the faint of heart crafter, but if you are looking for an AMAZING invitation, this would be a real hit!

Brassy Apple shared how she made this Angry Birds Game.  Although I've never played it myself (but yes, I have it on my phone for my kids), I know how popular Angry Birds are right now and this game would be great to have at a birds themed party.  It would also be a fun afternoon activity...with alot of supervision I'm sure. I can only imagine the chaos that would ensue giving my kids slingshots and rocks!  I can just see their brother(s) becoming those naughty pigs! But I know they'd have a blast playing this game.

How to Nest for Less showed how she made this Football Wreath.  Football has already started in our home.  The "Perfectionist" will start high school football this year and has been unofficially practicing since before spring last year.  This week we will go into FULL football swing and I admit, I'm READY!  As easy and simple (but looks time consuming) as this wreath looks, I am going to spend an afternoon catching up on my Cupcake Wars with this as my project.  Can't Wait!


  1. I thought the same thing about the homemade Angry Bird game. My kids would absolutely LOVE this, but I can already invision my daughter telling me her brother hit her in the head with a rock.. =)

  2. THANK YOU for the lovely feature!! I'm now a follower of your blog and can't wait to see more from you.

  3. Thank you so much for the feature! I'm so glad you like my invitation! The whole party was SUCH a blast to throw!