Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Cambria's Art birthday party........

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Cambria's party this year was so much fun.  She picked an art theme and we ran with it!  Cambria was so excited to have all her friends together to do one of her favorite things......paint & draw with chalks!   It was a perfectly gorgeous day & the park was the perfect place to party!  This party was on April 26th 2013....and yes I am finally posting it in July.  Oh boy.

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All set and ready to go......we covered long card tables with brown crate paper & decorated with simple mason jars filled with flowers.

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We made a huge paper mache pinata out of a punch balloon and lots of newspaper that the kids all wrote their names on and painted.

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Devin did a color mixing demonstration mixing food coloring drops in big vases of water......the girls were all giggling when he drank some of the water after they dared him to.  Funny girls!

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They each got to make their own chalk masterpiece

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And of course bust open the pinata!  The best part!

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She is one lucky girl to have all these adorable friends, we love our birthday girl!

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Happy 7th Cambria Nicole!



2 comments:

Misty said...

Piper would have been in heaven at that party! It seems our 7-year olds like the same things. Piper's party was with three friends at the Art Zone in L.A. Just craft projects, painting, and a water room. Isn't this a fun age!?

cj said...

What a cute idea! You inspire me oh so much! And Cambria has tons of friends! Woohoo!

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