Kristy Mangu
More ideas from Kristy
Lime Jello Lilypads with marshmallow flowers {cut marshmallow into fours & dip into colored sugar, add a dab of yellow frosting}

"The jello was simply green jello in clear cups with a marshmallow cut into fourths, dipped in colored crystal sugar to resemble a lillypad flower." you could also use a popped popcorn seed for the lillypad

Amelia's Side - Get HUGE daisies from Hobby Lobby and add in Daisy flower cupcakes.

This year my little soon-to-be four year old wanted more than anything to have a Daisy Duck birthday party. Last year was Minnie Mouse and next year will likely be

The Thomas the Train snack train I made for my son's third birthday. It was so easy and cheap to make. It's just 3, two packs of aluminum loaf pans from Walmart  at 2.50 each (mine came with plastic lids-great for leftovers), a roll of black electrical tape (.60 cents) and of course, Thomas. We had our Thomas, didn't have to buy one.

The Thomas the Train snack train made for third birthday party. It's just two packs of aluminum loaf pans from Walmart (mine came with plastic lids-great for leftovers), a roll of black electrical tape and of course, Thomas.

The Thomas the Train snack train I made for my son's third birthday. It was so easy and cheap to make. It's just 3, two packs of aluminum loaf pans from Walmart  at 2.50 each (mine came with plastic lids-great for leftovers), a roll of black electrical tape (.60 cents) and of course, Thomas. We had our Thomas, didn't have to buy one.

The Thomas the Train snack train made for third birthday party. It's just two packs of aluminum loaf pans from Walmart (mine came with plastic lids-great for leftovers), a roll of black electrical tape and of course, Thomas.