friday faves: november 14

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It’s time for our #FridayFaves roundup!

As always, Friday means it’s time to share our favourite things from the Internet this week, and let me tell you, there’s a LOT of stunners out there – hard to pick just five!

Here’s what we loved this week:

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1. The most amazing machine in the world, a cupcake ATM.

2. This gorgeous cake, and more photos from this pretty modern palette from The Frosted Petticoat.

3. This clever and classic looking popcorn bar from Lark & Linen.

4. Another popcorn bar (clearly I’m obsessed!), this time a gorgeous gourmet one by calligraphy pros, featured on The Perfect Palette.

5. This adorable and super-fun superhero birthday cake from Queen of Bees.

And that’s it! Nothing like some pretty inspiration to jump start your weekend!


introducing: the party box

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We may have hinted at a big announcement a little while ago, but we’ve been crazy busy getting our first boxes out just in time for the first official party of fall: Halloween! We are SO excited to say that we’ve launched two Party Boxes in our Shop this week, and we’re offering them ON SALE for 50% OFF (actually my favourite words ever) as a special launch deal. To make it even sweeter, we’re giving you a sneak peek to see what each Party Box looks like all set up, AND give you some behind the scenes posts for the rest of the month!

There are a lot of ways to celebrate Halloween, but the most common are adult costume parties with fun drinks, gory puns (my specialty) and some solid scare tactics AND kid friendly parties that appeal to the inner ghoul in all your littles without giving them nightmares (ask my mom how many Halloween parties I ruined with horrible dreams about brains for dinner, I’m the worst). So we wanted to give people the option for either, a grown up party or a little fun pre-Trick or Treat time dinner for the kids.

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Included in the adultParty Box:

– 12 tall “Vampire Blood” glasses
– 12 cocktail “Poison No. 9” glasses
– 24 black and white straws
– 12 black paper dinner plates
– 24 gray cocktail napkins
– 12 vampire fang napkin holders
– 12 blank table tent cards (available blank or customized, please contact us directly about customizing your box)
– 6 “Family Portraits” for backdrop
– 1 black mesh hanging for backdrop
– 1 black “Lace Spiderweb” tablecloth
– 2 “Skull & Bones” candlesticks
– 12 “Skeleton Hand” favour bags w/ black ribbons
– 24 cupcake liners
– 24 “Spider Leg” food picks
– 5 wine bottle “Potion Labels”
– 6 “Arachnid” cupcake holders
– 1 plastic “Lab Rat”
– 1 “Witch’s Cauldron”
– 1 “Black Raven”
– 1 “Spider Chandelier”
– 1 invitation (available customized with your details and can be printed or emailed as a PDF)
– plus recipe and project cards to help you plan your Halloween menu!

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The best part is that not only can we give you a party delivered right to your door, but we can customize it with you too, so add little details (say if you want menus or signage) or adjust the quantity for your guest list. So not only do you get the party, but you get the party planner too!

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Included in the kid-friendly Party Box:

– 12 “Jack O Lantern” cups with straws
– 12 tall “Ghostly Images” glasses
– 24 black and orange straws
– 12 black paper dinner plates
– 24 cartoon napkins
– 12 vampire fang napkin holders
– 12 blank table tent cards (available blank or customized, please contact us directly about customizing your box)
– orange “Something Batty” backdrop
– 1 black “Lace Spiderweb” tablecloth
– 2 “Skull & Bones” candlesticks
– 12 “Spider’s Web” favour bags (come pre-prepared with 1 pencil, 1 eraser, 1 stamp, 1 lollypop, 1 sticker page, 1 spiky bouncey ball, 1 bubble container, and 1 spider ring, all Halloween themed)
– 12 “Eyeball” and “Rat” gummies in canvas bags
– 24 cupcake liners
– 24 “Spider Leg” food picks
– 5 bottle “Potion Labels”
– 1 “Haunted Mansion” cupcake stand
– 1 plastic “Lab Rat”
– 1 “Witch’s Cauldron”
– 1 “Black Raven”
– 1 orange, yellow and black tissue garland with skull accent
– 1 invitation (available customized with your details and can be printed or emailed as a PDF)
– plus, again, recipe and project cards to help you with menu planning!

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The best part is we’re going to share how we made some of the goodies you’ve seen in this sneak peak, so not only do you get a detailed look but you get some inside information on how to make these Halloween snacks!

Check back with us often, we’ll be adding more Party Box themes as we go. AND, we’re offering a completely customized option as well, so if you have a party idea in mind we can build a box specifically for you! It’s the best of both worlds.

What do you think? Can you think of a time you could have benefited from having a Pinterest-worthy party in a box show up at your door?

bbq cupcakes

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I don’t know about you but I’m insisting on holding on to the final dredges of summer in Canada. I left a restaurant tonight at 8pm AND IT WAS DARK. What is happening here? As part of my mission to enjoy these last few weeks of (official) summer, I whipped up another weekend BBQ snack perfect for entertaining. I’ve always had a soft spot for these BBQ cupcakes, and after making those hamburger cupcakes (and having three dozen of them eaten in a two day period I might add) I realized these little guys would be potluck gold! They were actually so easy to make, and they looked so fun people didn’t even want to eat them (but obviously they did, because they were chocolate, with chocolate BBQs, and gummy bears, like of course) and they were a cross-generation hit (this means my sisters and my grandmother approved of them equally).

Here’s how to make your own for your last backyard parties of the season!

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First of all, decide what colour you want your icing to be. A lot of people make these with a cream coloured icing and I don’t get it. It’s a BBQ. BBQs are dark. Charcoal is like a weird grey/brown/black. YOU’RE DOING IT WRONG PEOPLE! Just kidding but I’m a stickler so I mixed this crazy difficult and basically impossibly complex don’t ever do it new colour with grey and brown and black icing dye.

I sprinkled some black chocolate chips on top for “pieces” of charcoal. Clearly I’ve never seen a BBQ in my life. But for some reason it made sense to everybody at the party so I don’t know, let’s move past it.

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To make the “grill”, get some melting chocolates (you can use Candy Melts from Michaels or get baking chocolate at Bulk barn which tastes three thousand times better) and melt them. Pour them into a piping bag and quickly (so it doesn’t cool and harden in the bag) draw little grills on wax paper. Pop the paper in the freezer for about 10-15 minutes to make sure everything stays together.

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Pop the grills off the wax paper gently and stick them on your icing carefully. I found making two small “bumps” of icing on either side of the cupcake worked well for adhering the grill to the cupcake while leaving space underneath to see the little charcoal bits.

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Push two or three small gummy bears onto a toothpick. Lay them on each grill.

And that’s it! It’s such a great way to make your cupcakes extra sweet, and it’s a really easy project.

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Let us know how you’re soaking up the last bit of summer, and give these guys a try this weekend!

bloodshed and breaches

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Okay, so first of all, the title of this post is the name I decided on for our Shark Week party this year. I am still laughing about that. I feel like if you aren’t avid shark week fans (and shame on you if you aren’t, just kidding apparently that’s rude) that’s confusing for you, but basically sharks are the most amazing thing ever. And when they jump out of the water it’s called a breach. It looks like this:


SO MAJESTIC. Anyways, my obsession with shark week has been known to surpass my holiday spirit. This year I decided to have a shark week themed pool party. And now I’m sharing because it was SO MUCH FUN.

shark week headerSo it is a sad truth that most of our little get togethers are mostly advertised through Facebook these days. Still, I can’t accept not making some sort of little invitation. So I made a cover photo for the event page and then a more stylized invite:

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My friend Lindsey (you may remember her from this post) made these sweet little cupcakes. You can find the toppers on Amazon here.

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We had mostly snacks since it was a pool party. I figured we’d order pizza but we actually ate so much it wasn’t a huge issue. And we made sangria that looked like blood. AMAZING. I’d give you a recipe but we just poured whatever we found in. It was the best ever.

We bought some blow up sharks and tossed them in the pool. I also bought some flutter boards at the dollarstore and painted them silver. I cut out giant shark fins from foam boards and painted those too, then hot glued them to the boards to float in the pool. It was so funny. I wish I had a picture but apparently I missed that part. Must have been the mystery sangria.

Lindsey is also super handy with knives. She cut this watermelon into a shark.

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And then, because I’m super creative and not at all weird (there may have been whispers), I suggested we use a big chunk of watermelon as a shark victim. I called it “the dead thing” all day. But it looked awesome.

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Since it was outdoors we didn’t have many actual decorations. The pool was all decked out with shark themed toys so that added to the appeal, plus the food. But we did get some balloons! The idea was to string them all up around the pool and tape shark fins to them. The goal was also to get 36″ balloons. In reality, my friend Vicky was almost laughed out of the party store for asking for 6 of those giant balloons. Apparently you need a large truck for that. We ended up getting one giant one and then a few little ones. The shark fins were a cute touch though.

shark week balloonPlease note the shark fin on top. Amazing.

We also made jello shooters that were themed. It was the best part. We made them blue like the ocean and then let them set. When they were almost completely set I put a drop of red food colouring in so it sat on top and then shoved the paper shark fins in. It made the red spread out like blood. The blood theme is starting to seem weird but they were delicious.

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Of course we also had to make nacho dip (you can revisit my love for that here) but I got inspired with some triangular tortilla chips to make little shark fins in that too.

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We had a projector set up playing all the highlights from shark week, but we had so much fun sitting around by the pool on a Sunday afternoon I didn’t catch any of the shows.

Luckily I watched them all week. Otherwise that would have been tragic.

diy cone tray

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Okay so you may be asking, why would I ever make a cone tray. What exactly is the purpose of a cone tray? Where would you use a cone tray? These are valid questions. These are the same questions Justin asked when I informed him I wanted to make one. He still eyes it suspiciously, but I’m telling you once you have one it makes the world make sense.

In case you aren’t sold on why this diy is great, here are a few reasons why I think everybody needs a cone tray:

  1. If you ever are serving ice cream cones at a party or bbq and have to serve more than two. Actually more than one. What do you do with the first one while you scoop? Where should you put it? Where is the kid that asked for it? Where is the rest of the party helpers? Why are you alone hold a dripping ice cream cone and ruining your sundress by using your body as an extra hand while you scoop? This is a real life issue, and the cone tray solves everything. ca4395a57ebb51afd6526268d5a4a602
  2. Say you’re having a movie night and you want to serve popcorn. But you want everybody to have their own. But you don’t want to give everybody their own bowl (hello, who does those dishes after?) or make like 6 different bags of popcorn. It’s chaos. It’s anarchy. It’s why you need to learn how to make paper cones and serve popcorn in them – ON YOUR CONE TRAY.
  3. Say you want an adorable display of confetti throwing madness, so you make some pretty paper cones and put confetti in them but then want to serve them butler-style to your guests because everything is more fun that way – cone tray.4feea293e492e2c7d71df08ab6a3ba10
  4. Say you make better choices than I do and serve fruit in waffle cones like a grown up – how cute would those look on a special tray? 9951425228ee71eacb686137d413f14f
  5. Rose petals! 7a121e3d25cfc6571373745b01209037
  6. All of the above with different varieties of food because I’m incredibly creative and can play this game forever.

I’m going to go ahead and assume you’re convinced now. This is how you can make your own.

First, you need a piece of wood. I made mine very spontaneously. As in, imagine me sitting somewhere, thinking instantly I need a cone tray, and then insisting on making it that minute with no special supplies. I’m super fun to be around. Anyways because of that I used leftover floor hardwood. Honestly though any piece of wood would work.

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You also need a hole saw. I didn’t know what this was, but it’s like a hole drill bit you put on the end of the saw. Make sure you pick one with a diameter the fits a standard size cone.

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You can choose a design that works for you. I decided to make a bunch of holes on a relatively wide piece because I’m generally having groups of people over at a time. A more realistic number of holes would maybe be 4 or 5. I’ve never been a realistic person.

Anyways, have a grown up (haha) drill the holes for you if you aren’t familiar with a hole saw. I find them super confusing so Justin did it. That, and plus I’m not allowed to use power tools in our house after a minor infraction. So unfair.

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After you drill the big holes, use a relatively large bit to make two holes on either side for your handles.

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I used this pretty burlap-esque ribbon with polka dots because it was too sweet, and I painted my tray white because I figured it matched everything. But you can do whatever makes you happy.

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And that’s that! It really is a useful project, promise!

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how to: throw a last minute party

header lunchIt’s no secret that the Party Girl team is obsessed with celebrating even the smallest of moments. That’s why our meetings have typically been pretty intense, featuring new recipes we’re test running or diy projects we’ve worked on. But with us all busy with our day jobs, keeping up with our amazing social media community, plotting out new blog ideas, and working on the official launch of the first Party Box and it’s prototype photo shoot (!!!), our last meeting snuck up on me.I remembered the night before at like 8pm (while I was stuck downtown at the office until 9 I might add) and hysterically texted Justin a last minute grocery list (and then bribed him to do said shopping, and since I had to suffer through his movie pick that Friday night as a result you better have liked it girls!).

But what exactly can you do when you have no time to prep the night before and you work until 5 on the day of your 5:30 PG meeting? 

The answer? A LOT! Thanks to some easy project ideas we had on our list of posts to do I already had some ideas, and some go to favourites for last minute party snack pleasers. It turned out to be super cute, super delicious, and super easy! It got me thinking about how this set up could work for any last minute get together.

Your girlfriends are coming over on a lazy Sunday? Read this. Your grandmother is surprising you by dropping by for tea in three hours? Yay! We’ve got you covered. Read on for how you can pull off the perfect afternoon snack for any last minute party!

The Goods:

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1. Beverages

Obviously you can change this up depending on what kind of situation you’re in. Our last meeting involved some sangria, and it was amazing, but it also wasn’t super productive. There’s something about summer wine that makes it harder to talk about business permits and more fun to talk about our love lives. Weird. 

Anyways, this time I figured we needed something a little more meeting appropriate, so I stuck with juice. I bought this amazing juice container at Superstore for like $18 or something ridiculous. It’s two stackable dispensers that each hold 1 gallon of juice (or sangria, or whatever), and the third container at the bottom holds ice. It’s amazing. I love it. You may remember it from my birthday where we set it up with red and white sangria and made a sangria bar. I am just now considering how much wine is featured on this blog. 

This time I made ice tea and lemonade, which was perfect for a killer hot summer afternoon, and paired perfectly with the light snacks. 

2. Finger Cookies

Okay, so I am the product of a grandmother obsessed with the perfect snacks for entertaining, so sometimes my Miss Manners-esque education slips into my party planning. Finger cookies is absolutely my favourite lesson I learned from my grandmother. I have no idea why I love them so much, but they fit perfectly on tea cup saucers (that’s probably not the reason but it’s a fun perk; ever balance a cupcake on one of those? no, you haven’t) and they always look so pretty and girly. 

For this meeting, I made a couple different options and placed them on a lace doily (of course I did) on a cake plate. They looked adorable. I had some left over royal icing from who even knows what sugar cookie post at this point, and I dipped the ends of strawberry wafers, fortune cookies (the reason I have those is another post for the future) and Scottish shortbread fingers in them and then rolled them around in sprinkles. I actually couldn’t stop staring at them they looked so cute. The shortbread was the best. 

3. Desserts

I feel like this one speaks for itself. I love mini cupcakes. I actually do. You can eat so many of them and not feel bad, and they’re so fun and sweet. These ones were just little tiny vanilla cupcakes with buttercream icing. I made them yellow and blue because it was the most summery dyes I had in the cupboard AND because I had just made that footed vase with the sunflowers and it just was too perfect to pass up. 

4. Salt

This one is not pictured but its another party staple for me because a) I’m obsessed with nachos and b) the layered nacho dip is a specialty in our household that we’ve perfected to the point it needs to be showcased whenever possible. 

Everybody makes this differently, but I mix 1 package of cream cheese with about 3 generous tablespoons (the kitchen spoon variety) of sour cream and blend in the mixer until smooth. Then I spread it in a glass dish, pour salsa over it, add grated cheese and sliced green onions, and voila. My mother in law makes it with a layer of ground beef with taco spice in between the cream cheese/sour cream and salsa layers, and my friends make it with guacamole added in there somewhere. It’s all good. EVERYTIME.

5. Mini sandwiches

If you don’t look closely, maybe this looks like a lot of horrible sugary desserts (you’re wrong! how dare you!) and some weird girly snack fest, and okay you aren’t totally wrong because we love to eat and it’s damn good food, BUT there are substantial items on that table! Mini sandwiches are the best snack food you can ever learn to make. And they are WAY easier than real sandwiches, which is good because who has time for that? 

I learned how to make mini sandwiches after I had to read The Importance of Being Earnest in university and I couldn’t get over the scene with the cucumber sandwiches. I assumed they were this big fancy deal (and some recipes ARE ridiculous) but then I got the idea to make the easiest tea party snack ever and you’ll love me forever. 

I usually make more than just cucumber because not everybody is obsessed as I am. Some people think these are weird. Those people have questionable taste. Anyways, I always throw in some deli meat in half so they don’t feel bad. I buy a really long baguette at the bakery and then slice it all up into thin-ish slices perfect for mini sandwiches. Your bread choice is crucial. Just get a baguette. It’s already the perfect size and honestly you think you’ll do better with bread but then you’ll have to make weird shapes and get out cookie cutters and it just doesn’t make sense. On a quarter of the slices put some deli meat, mustard, mayo, whatever your guests are into. Put another quarter of the slices on top. To make a sandwich. You see? 

On the REST, spread some cream cheese. You can use any flavour but I stick to the original because the cucumber matches it perfectly. But if you want to be all risqué fine. Slice a cucumber up and place one slice on each cream cheese-covered slice of bread and combine into sandwich form. That’s it. You just made an English delicacy. You’re welcome. 

6. Fruit

Okay this can’t be understated, if you’re going to toss that many dessert options you need salt to tone it down (nachos). If you’re going to have nachos you need beverages to absorb the carbs. This is a real thing. Anyways, that’s the juice. If you have sandwiches you need something light and juicy and delicious to make you feel like you’re eating a meal even if you’re actually shoving seven mini sandwiches in your mouth. Enter: fruit. Fruit platters are like the best party trick ever. All your food tables should have fruit somewhere. EVERYBODY LOVES FRUIT. Unless you’re rich and/or desperate for time, don’t waste your money on a fruit tray. Just buy some berries, some grapes (are grapes berries? hmm…) and you’re good to go. You can also buy a watermelon if it’s summer and you don’t mind the time to cut it up (hint: I do). Berries are versatile. You wash them and throw them in a pretty tray. That’s it. You’re done. You’ve providing something colourful and delicious and good for you and you did it for the quarter of the cost of a professional tray with like zero fruit but a high calorie chocolate yogurt dip which, let’s be honest, is a weird concept. 

7. The “fun” item

If you like trying new things, every party needs to have one fun element that people look at immediately and go “holy crap that’s amazing I love that idea it’s so neat”. People don’t even need to EAT the fun item. Just by virtue of BEING there you have completed your party table. This is the best advice I will ever give you. At our fiesta party I made cactus cupcakes. They were gigantic and almost physically impossible to eat in a social setting, because they were in  clay pots and piled high with icing and a huge mess, but they looked adorable. People still talk about those cupcakes, even though I would see a small fraction ate them at the party (I sent them home with people, and the rest with my brother, who apparently I don’t count as people, because I didn’t want two dozen giant icing cupcakes in my life after my birthday). At our St. Patrick’s Day brunch it was the rainbow jello shooters that looked amazing but turned out to get everybody immediately wasted at 11 in the morning because each layer had a ton of alcohol in them (it was an IRISH brunch okay?) and I didn’t take that into account. But they looked so sweet! They fit the theme perfectly. THERE WAS A GOLD COIN ON TOP! This is the fun item in action.

At our meeting the fun item was the meringue nests. There are a couple of important things to note about this:

1) I found these at the grocery store in the wrong aisle (I was looking for wafers and it was this whole ordeal just never mind) and I was feeling righteous and putting them in the right place but I couldn’t find them (what is meringue? where does that go in a grocery store? come on people) and I just gave up and put them in the cart. It was a really strange “well if I can’t put them away I’LL JUST BUY THEM” moment that makes no sense but oh well. I remembered them the morning of the meeting and decided to use them. But how to display? Age old question.

2) I wanted to do this super cool chalkboard platter but I couldn’t find it in the Chapters across from my office on my way home from work (are you paying attention, this is 5pm and I’m not home yet to prep for the meeting, this is LAST LAST MINUTE people) so I popped into Dollarama on a whim and found a cheap wood cutting board and some black craft paint and thought why not? It turned out AMAZING. Actually I love it. It cost me $3 to make it and I wiped off the chalk with a wet cloth after and it came off fine. I can use it forever. For anything! SO SO SO fun. The moral of #2 is that you should go out right now and buy a cutting board and some black craft paint because it will make any last minute party look like you planned for days when in reality you got home fifteen minutes before your friends come over and whipped this all up. Yes. 

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I wanted you to have a closing image of those finger cookies because I don’t think I can accurately describe how sweet they looked. But that’s it! These 7 steps are literally all you need to toss together an emergency party. If you don’t have time to grocery shop you can amend most of these things from what you dig out of your cupboard, but your guests will never know! 

Unless you laugh about it and tell your friends the whole meeting how little time you put into it and then blog about it on a website you share with those friends. In which case that’s on you. 

Happy Tuesday! Hope you’re recovered from your long weekend 😉



jurassic cupcakes

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Good morning Party Girls! Hope you’re well rested after your Canada Day shenanigans. Today’s post is extra special fun because it incorporates two of my favourite things: cupcakes and dinosaurs.

I actually can’t even explain how much I LOVE dinosaurs, but I came up with this idea because my sister wanted to have a “danger” dinner. (Yes I know). I had a lot of super fun ideas, but for some reason everybody shot down “volcano cake”, which was  basically exactly what it sounds like, featuring a chemical explosion. I still don’t see the issue, but whatever. My siblings are equally fascinated with things that look like aliens that are famous for their deadliness, so when I suggested dinosaur cupcakes it was a big hit. I toyed with making dinosaur shaped cupcakes, but seriously, aint nobody got time for that.

Thus was born: the DINOSAUR TOPPERS! This actually is a horrible DIY because it’s so easy I feel like you’ll judge me for feeling like I even need to explain it. In the spirit of sharing despite the fact I trust you are all completely capable of puzzling this one out solo, here is a hopefully not at all placating completely adorable tutorial on how to make dinosaur toppers.

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  • plastic dinosaurs (I got these guys at the dollar store. It was a pack of maybe 5 or 6? I’m not sure of the exact number because my cat stole half of them. Oops.)
  • craft paint (also from the dollar store, I don’t know why but this is actually the best quality craft paint ever, so kudos to Dollarama for providing me endless supplies for $1.50 each!) ; I got white (as a primer) and gold because it was a GIRLY danger party, but you can go any route you’d like
  • some pennies (might as well use them somewhere, amIright?)
  • glue gun

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I used tweezers to hold the dinosaur while I painted it. The paint dries really quickly, but not quickly enough that you’re going to want to hold it the whole time, so put down some newspaper and don’t stress if a bit of paint rubs off, you won’t even notice when your tearing it off to devour the delicious cupcakes you make later!

I did a coat of white and then after it was dry used gold paint as my “colour” choice. I don’t know if you’d need the white or not, since the paint is actually VERY good quality and does a pretty decent coat, but I think for the price and the drying time might as well give it a shot.

While it’s drying, paint your penny the same colour as your topper. It’s going in the icing so don’t stress about it being perfect. I didn’t even use the white, just straight up gold paint.

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Once the penny is dry, add a dab of hot glue on the side that will go up (i.e. the side you painted, unless you were an overachiever and painted both sides). Stick the feet of your dinosaur onto the penny and gently push down to make sure both feet are surrounded by glue, and let the hot glue do the rest!

I used gold foil wrappers and some ivory tinted icing with little sprinkles for my cupcakes because I was aiming for a girly look (with dinosaurs, heck yes). You could do whatever fit the theme of your party, or just what you feel like if you’re making these for fun!

And that’s it! Pretty easy huh? You could definitely try it with really any theme. They had farm yard animals and wild animals (like from the forest…like bears and tigers…to clarify) at the store as well so there are a couple more ideas.

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Let us know what you think, and have a great Thursday!