We’re pretty bummed that the Star Gazing Party Hop is through — it’s always sad when the party’s over, and it’s time to clean up. So we thought we’d cheer you all up with a fun giveaway. We’ve got more than $400 worth of prizes, and there will be 11 lucky winners! Details on how to enter below.
Our Star Gazing Party Hop is nearly over. (I know, I’m sad too!) We have a few more projects to share and be sure to check back tomorrow for a fabulous giveaway. Today we’re starting off with the Constellation Flashlights game that was Paging Supermom’s contribution to the party.
Kids are bound to enjoy the overall splendor of looking at the stars, but it might be difficult for them to pick out the constellations among the utter vastness of the night sky. These Constellation Flashlights are a fun way to bring constellations to life, and closer to earth, for your little guys.
To make the Constellation Flashlight game you will need a flashlight of course — in fact you might want to have a few since these are bound to be a hit with the kids.
The Star Gazing Party Hop continues today with more dazzling decor ideas and some delicious goodies.
First up visit Lulu the Baker to learn how to make these Star Rice Cereal Treats. I love that they’re on a stick because you know everything tastes better on a stick…
Turquoise Mason Jar drinks really brighten up the party spread. Get the details over at Kate Landers Events.
Did yesterday’s ah-mazing Star Gazing party photos leave you wanting more? ME TOO! Today we’re digging in with five fabulous projects, each from a different blogger.
First up is the freebie party invitation from Confetti Sunshine. I adore the little star punches in the envelope, such a darling detail. Visit Sara’s blog to download and print the free template. While you’re there be sure to poke around — she is always blowing us away with her terrific ideas.
I am beyond excited to share this spectacular Star Gazing party with you all! We recently teamed up with 13 other party bloggers to create The Party Hop, where we each contribute a project to create one fabulous party.
When we were approached about the Party Hop, I wondered if it would work out — it’s hard to believe that a bunch of ideas from bloggers all over the country, who have never met in person, could come together so nicely — but Sara over at Confetti Sunshine did a splendid job coordinating and styling this party.