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Shout Out Sunday

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

Wayward Girls Crafts shared these Chocolate Covered Bears in a bride and groom design.  I love how simple these are but how they make such a beautiful treat.  I can see these at a bridal shower, or what about dipping the bride in different colors for prom dresses?  I think I may make a few of these for my Oscar party and let them be "extra guests" at the festivities.

City Girl Gone Costal shared this Fruity Bunting.  With all the Back to School parties going on, this apple bunting would go perfect hanging alongside the treats and school supplies.  I love the polka dots on the apples to give each piece a little pop of color.  I may have already had my school party, but I can't wait to do some 'fruiting' to my fruit themed kitchen.

Pams Party Planning and Pratical Tips shared her Cat Pizza Biscuits.  I love so many of Pam's great projects and these biscuits are no exception.  They would be a great treat for a cat party, or even a jungle themed party.  Heck, my boys may even want them just for dinner some night if I tell them they are Lions or Tigers.

Bacon Time with the Hungry, Hungry Hypo shared the tutorial for making Angry Bird Cupcakes.  I can't tell you enough how much I LOVE this cupcake. I love the use of different candies to decorate the face in such an easy fashion.  What's better than a cute cupcake with extra candy that was easy to make?  I HAD to pin this to my Angry Bird Party Pinboard and need to try and talk my boys into this party theme.  LOVE it, LOVE it, LOVE it.

Happy Hour Projects shared this Scrap-tastic Team Wreath.  I am a HUGE fans of wreaths lately as they really spice up my front door in a fun way.  I can't wait to make one of these in our school colors, or even one in fun holiday designs and colors.  I can just see several of these in my party and decoration stash already, especially with some cute embellishments.  Although hopefully I will learn a lesson from Happy Hour and won't out price the cheapness of this wreath with my decorations.


  1. Thanks for including my cat biscuits Kim! We had a lot of fun making them. They can easily be made into other animals as well, if you change the ear shape and smaile.

  2. Thank you for the feature. It helped brighten my day that btw started out with me spilling an entire cup of coffee on a lap top. Thanks I needed some good new.
    Hope your boys love the angry bird cupcakes as much as mine did.

  3. I am new to your blog and just wanted to take a minute and tell you I am really enjoying all the fun ideas