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CREATIVE PRESENTATION is always a huge plus when it comes to desserts, but sometimes that “so cute!” presentation can also mean “way too time consuming”, which is never a good thing in my book. Luckily that is NOT the case with these fun little mini parfaits, which were also inspired by the fabulous Bewitched party […]

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This gorgeous HONEYBEE GENDER REVEAL Party by Nicolle of Libby Lane Press is absolutely BUZZING with creativity and fabulous DIY details! Let’s start with the fabulous ripped fabric and lace backdrop, shall we? It adds such a wonderful, shabby-chic vibe to the dessert display and coordinates perfectly with lovely ruffled table cloth, which was made […]

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When I saw “Aliens Love Underpants”  come through in the email subject line for a party submission, I have to admit it immediately stood out… there’s one we hadn’t heard before! ;)  Come to find out it’s the name of a children’s book – and from the looks of this party – a super cute […]

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For Part 3 of the SPELLBOUND SWEETS Halloween table, we have some bewitched treat ideas that are much more “good witch” than “wicked”, but we don’t think anyone will complain! And that includes the party hostesses… these are super easy to put together! ;) Read on for the easy how-to details on these Bewitched Donut […]

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Next up from the SPELLBOUND SWEETS Halloween Table is this SPIDERY CUPCAKE TOWER, complete with glittery Momma Spider topper, Spider Kid toppers, and Baby “Spider Bites”, served on the side. Everything here is super simple, easy DIY – from the toppers and homemade cupcakes to the tower “server” itself. Download the free foldover cupcake labels […]

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Here are the first 2 projects from our SPELLBOUND SWEETS Halloween Table: the “Captive Candy” Treat Server starring an orange skeleton hand reaching out from a sugary grave, and “Wicked” Caramel Apples, which are simply homemade caramel apples with knobby twig “handles” for a “witch’s broom” effect. Both projects are easy & inexpensive! Side note […]

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