Thursday, January 20, 2011

Superhero Party - Part 2 ~

Entertaining | Kids Birthday Inspiration

The capes, the obstacle course, the Superhero art project and the bingo were so much fun - 
but now for the decorations! I had a little tough coming up with a "gender neutral" Superhero theme at first, but then I decided to just go with a little pink, blue and black - that way everyone was happy!


I used a few cardboard boxes I had on hand and painted two cityscapes for the backdrops.




A few treats...



(These cookies are SO yummy - I will be sure to post the recipe).

Of course a Funfetti cupcakes for all...

with a light dusting of decorative sugar.

In order to keep this post from being way to long, I will wrap up the decorations tomorrow....

13 comments:

Blessed Mommy of 2 said...

WOW, you did a great job! Love all the ways you displayed the goodies =)

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

What a great cityscape, Chelsea! You did a great job and I'll bet you were exhausted once this party was over! : )

Danielle said...

This is awesome!

Pam - diy Design Fanatic said...

Too cute! What a spread!

Emily said...
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Emily {Frilly Details} said...

Your kids are so lucky to have you as a mom! What an amazing birthday party you created for them! The capes are just too cute and all the decorations are perfect. And I love your idea for a book exchange.

Andrea said...

umm, can I be your daughter too?

KateB said...

totally awesome...makes me want to do a Wonder Woman theme for my next birthday party :):)

Miss Obara said...

I just LOVE it!! I want to be one of your kids. LOL. As always, you do great work!

SJ @ Homemaker On A Dime said...

This is awesome! Lots of work but it paid off. I'm your newest follower :)

lafamigliadesignllc said...

Great Party Chelsea! The kids will look back and love this! Monica

Sorta Fairytale Girl said...

so cute! love the theme, decorations, and sweets...pixie stix!! well done :)

Not Just A Mommy! said...

OMG! Followed over from Birthday Girl, you did an amazing job incorporating for both your son and daughter! You don't see that done very often, I would love to share with my readers!

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