Wednesday, December 29, 2010

...Ni Hao Kai Lan Party continues...

... so there's more...

Our thank you goody bags were chinese take out boxes filled with Kai Lan ping pong paddle, jump robe, a chinese finger trap, a chinese yo yo, and some asian candy. The kids loved it.

For the cake I made cupcakes and put them on my infamous cupcake stand. That sucker somes out for every birthday and holiday. The picks were just images from Google back with a blue cardstock punched with scallop edges. They were than glued to toothpicks with ribbon tied in bows around it. The 3 candle came from the Dollar Tree, love that place!

We than played "Pin The Glasses On Ye Ye" The game is a free printable at That game actually turned out to be really fun, even some adults played... it's not so easy when you get spun around 3 times!!


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Bailey's Ni Hao Kai Lan Party!

So my little girl celebrated her third birthday asian style with a Ni Hao Kai Lan birthday party. I made a lot of the decorations and decor for her party that I would like to share...

First were the center pieces. They are just images fron Google that I copied and printed on white cardstock of Kai Lan and her friends. I backed them on red cardstock and glued them to bamoo screwers. I tied bows around the screwers and stock them in a soup can. The soup can I wrapped with the cutest asain paper I found and my scrapbook store. I think they turned out super cute and only cost me about a dollar to make.

...and what's chinese food without chopsticks. I got red ones from my local asian market for about a dollar for 6 pairs. I cut some retangles out of my scrapbook paper, added some slits, and pulled the chopsticks through. I added the three just from a scallop punch and a circle punch.

... next are these yummy fortune cookies and made. I bought the cookies and the asian market too. I dipped them in melting chocolate and added some cute sprinkles. Totally easy and totally cute!!

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